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22.01.2018.

PM Marković marks start of contruction of ETC trade centre: Government remains committed to its priority – investing in Northern Region

PM Marković marks start of contruction of ETC trade centre: Government remains committed to its priority – investing in Northern Region Prime Minister Duško Marković laid today the foundation stone for the construction of an ETC trade centre worth EUR 3.5 million in Bijelo Polje, stating that the Government remains committed to its priority – investing in the North region of our country...

22.01.2018.

Montenegro's progress in safeguarding and promoting human rights and freedoms presented in Geneva

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2018) -- National report on the state of human rights in Montenegro was presented earlier today before the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, within the third cycle of the General Periodic Review of the Human Rights in the UN member states. Presenting the report, head of the Montenegrin delegation, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin pointed out that comprehensive national reforms, which resulted in a high level of protection and affirmation of human rights and freedoms, were the best recommendations to Montenegro for achieving key foreign policy goals, namely NATO accession and progress towards EU membership...

22.01.2018.

PM Marković: Government fully supports activities and work of Medical Chamber

PM Marković: Government fully supports activities and work of Medical Chamber

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted earlier today a delegation of the Medical Chamber of Montenegro, headed by Chamber' Chair Aleksandar Mugoša...

19.01.2018.

Neither Minister Purišić nor Ministry are accountable for death of girl J.B., case is politicized

Neither Minister Purišić nor Ministry are accountable for death of girl J.B., case is politicized

The autopsy findings showed that a girl J.B., who died recently, did not have diabetes nor was malnutritioned, and the Cabinet concluded that there was no subjective or objective responsibility of the Minister and the relevant Ministry. The investigation identified certain administrative omissions, which did not affect the outcome of the case; it was said at the press conference held today...

19.01.2018.

DPM Simović meets with EU counterparts in Berlin, agrees further support to Montenegro

DPM Simović meets with EU counterparts in Berlin, agrees further support to Montenegro

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simović attended last night's ceremony on the occasion of opening the Global Food and Agriculture Forum (GFFA) and the largest agricultural fair Green Sunday, at the invitation of Minister of Food and Agriculture of the Federal Republic of Germany Christian Schmidt. The events taking place in Berlin from 18 to 21 January...

18.01.2018.

Press release from 58th Cabinet session

Press release from 58th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 January 2018) - At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Decision on the Detailed Spatial Plan of the Transmission Line Corridor 2x400 kV Pljevlja 2 - Bajina Bašta for the section on the territory of Montenegro. The detailed spatial plan will determine the long-term basics of organising, using, arranging and protecting the infrastructure corridor, including other infrastructure systems...

18.01.2018.

Positive attitude about EU grows

Positive attitude about EU grows

Podgorica, Montenegro ( 18 January)-- Public opinion poll shows that more than three-quarters of citizens (76.5%) would go to the referendum on joining the European Union. According to the number of the citizens who would go to the referendum, those who at the time of the survey have a stance on this issue, 80.9% would vote for the entry, while "no" would round up four times less citizens (19.1%)...

17.01.2018.

PM Marković, DPM Dačić: Montenegro, Serbia foster good neighbourly relations, advocate for regatta principle in EU accession process

PM Marković, DPM Dačić: Montenegro, Serbia foster good neighbourly relations, advocate for regatta principle in EU accession process

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 January 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted earlier today First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Ivica Dačić. It was noted that Montenegro and Serbia foster friendly and good neighbourly relations and that both countries see room for their further improvement, especially in terms of economy...

15.01.2018.

Minister Vučinović visits municipalities affected by earthquake: Government provides assistance to most vulnerable, Commission to consider incoming requests

Minister Vučinović visits municipalities affected by earthquake: Government provides assistance to most vulnerable, Commission to consider incoming requests

Minister without Portfolio and Chair of the Commission for Estimating Damage from Natural Disasters Marija Vučinović visited four municipalities in the north of Montenegro, namely Plav, Gusinje, Andrijevica and Berane, which suffered the most damage in the earthquake that hit Montenegro on 4 January...

15.01.2018.

Government supports work of Media Commission, its reports to be considered at Rule of Law Council session

Government supports work of Media Commission, its reports to be considered at Rule of Law Council session

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 January 2018) -- The Government supports the work of the Media Commission and is ready to meet all its recommendations within the government’s remit and in accordance with the law, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin underlined. DPM Pažin hosted earlier today Chair of the Commission for Monitoring Actions of Competent Authorities in the Investigation of Cases of Threats and Violence against Journalists, Assassinations of Journalists and Attacks on Media Property Nikola Marković, who informed the Deputy Prime Minister about the problems that the Commission is facing in its work...