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22.02.2018.

Authorities are intensively working on identification of person who committed suicide attack on US Embassy

The officers of the Police Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior are undertaking activities to identify the person who threw an explosive device into the courtyard of the US Embassy in Podgorica last night and then committed suicide. The police are intensively working to highlight the event...

21.02.2018.

Deputy Prime Minister Pažin: Government stands ready to support establishment of self-regulation, without any interference in its independence

Deputy Prime Minister Pažin: Government stands ready to support establishment of self-regulation, without any interference in its independence

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin spoke Wednesday at the opening of the conference on “Investigative Journalism and the Code of Ethics – Obstacles, Challenges and How to Attain Professional Standards”, hosted in Podgorica by the Montenegrin Center for Investigative Journalism and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, with the support of the EU Delegation in Montenegro...

21.02.2018.

Constitutive session of National Council for Coordination and Prevention of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases in Montenegro: WHO supports harmoinisation of tax policies of Western Balkans

Constitutive session of National Council for Coordination and Prevention of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases in Montenegro: WHO supports harmoinisation of tax policies of Western Balkans

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 February 2018) -- The National Council for Coordination and Prevention of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases in Montenegro assessed at today’s constitutive session that the Government of Montenegro has a clear vision and strategy for reducing chronic noncommunicable diseases and that it should continue to implement public health policies defined by the Master Plan for Health Development by 2020...

20.02.2018.

PM Marković hosts Acting Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovak Republic Ivan Korčok

PM Marković hosts Acting Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovak Republic Ivan Korčok

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 February 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted earlier today Acting Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Ivan Korčok. It was jointly noted that Montenegro and the Slovak Republic foster extremely close and friendly relations, further strenghtened by high-quality and open personal relations of the highest officials of the two countries...

20.02.2018.

DPM Simović opens South-eastern Europe Health Ministerial Meeting on Immunization in Podgorica

DPM Simović opens South-eastern Europe Health Ministerial Meeting on Immunization in Podgorica

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Financial System and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simović opened earlier today South-eastern Europe Health Ministerial Meeting on Immunization, organised by Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization in cooperation with the Government of Montenegro...

20.02.2018.

PM Marković hosts WHO Regional Director for Europe: Montenegro is strongly developing health care system

PM Marković hosts WHO Regional Director for Europe: Montenegro is strongly developing health care system

Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted Regional Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) for Europe Zsuzsanna Jakab. The interlocutors noted the successful cooperation between Montenegro and the WHO and assessed that the National Office of the WHO, established in Montenegro in 2008, is an example of an efficient and successful realization of technical support for one country. In this context, it was pointed out that the WHO has in the period 2016-2017 allocated nearly EUR 500,000 in support to Montenegro, as well as that the priorities of cooperation were agreed, which will be defined by the Cooperation Agreement for 2018/2019...

20.02.2018.

Director-General Goran Šćepanović at TVCG: Domestic products have quality and capacity for placement on foreign market

Director-General Goran Šćepanović at TVCG: Domestic products have quality and capacity for placement on foreign market

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 February 2018) -- Montenegro has high quality agricultural products for placement on the foreign market, but apart from quality, what is needed is marketing and connecting with big chains, Director-General for Multilateral and Regional Trade Cooperation and Economic Foreign Relations of the Ministry of Economy Goran Šćepanović highlighted while making guest appearance on National Broadcaster TVCG...

19.02.2018.

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2018) -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin informed representatives of national broadcaster RTCG and national media regulator, namely President of the RTCG Council Vladimir Pavićević, RTCG Director General Andrijana Kadija, President of the Council of the Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) Ranko Vujović, and Director of the AEM Abaz Džafić, about the basic intentions of the Government when proposing amendments to the Law on RTCG, an activity scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2018 by the Government’s Annual Programme of Work...

19.02.2018.

Government and Prime Minister respect Anti-Corruption Agency's decision

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković and the Government of Montenegro support the work of the Anti-Corruption Agency and respect its decisions, recognising not only the systemic role, but also the wider significance of the Agency in the context of Montenegro's obligations...

17.02.2018.

Foreign Minister Darmanović takes part in Munich Security Conference

Munich, Germany (17 February 2018) -- Minister of Foreign Srđan Darmanović took part in the work of the Munich Security Conference, the largest and most prestigious international security forum, which focused this year on political and security challenges facing Europe and the world: the preservation of the existing international order, fight against terrorism and radicalism, strengthening of cyber - security, deterring hybrid attacks and preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons...