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14.03.2017.

Minister Pribilović discusses in Brussels Chapter 10 - Information society and media

Minister Pribilović discusses in Brussels Chapter 10 - Information society and media Brussels, Belgium (14 March 2017) -- Minister of Public Administration Suzana Pribilović met earlier today in Brussels with Roberto Viola, Director General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, for talks on Chapter 10 - Information Society and Media, which is expected to be closed by the end of 2017, and the progress made in the development of information society in Montenegro...

10.03.2017.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 March 2017) -- Within the process of harmonisation with European legislation, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Draft Law on Electronic Identification and Electronic Signature. The law aims to increase confidence in electronic transactions by planning a safe and reliable legal framework, rapid progress in key areas of the digital economy and the promotion of a single digital market by facilitating cross-border use of online services...

09.03.2017.

Berlin: Montenegro is making steady progress towards EU membership

Berlin: Montenegro is making steady progress towards EU membership

Berlin, Germany (9 March 2017) -- During the nearly five years of running the accession negotiations and implementation of fundamental reforms, Montenegro has shown a real commitment to European values and has made a significant progress not only towards membership in the EU, but also towards building a society based on European standards and quality of life. This was assessed at meetings attended by Minister of European Affairs Aleksandar Andrija Pejović, during his two-day visit to Berlin...

09.03.2017.

PM Marković satisfied with his visit to Monaco: Cooperation to enable better use of our resources

PM Marković satisfied with his visit to Monaco: Cooperation to enable better use of our resources

Monaco, Principality of Monaco (9 March 2017) -- Montenegro will strive, through intensive cooperation with the Principality of Monaco, to accelerate economic development, but also preserve the environment, Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković pointed up during his visit to Monaco, where he met with Prince Albert II, Minister of State Serge Telle and representatives of the Association of Honorary Consuls...

08.03.2017.

FMs Darmanović, Erjavec: Excellent relations between Montenegro and Slovenia, no outstanding issues

FMs Darmanović, Erjavec: Excellent relations between Montenegro and Slovenia, no outstanding issues

Ljubljana, Slovenia (9 March 2017) -- Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srđan Darmanović paid an official visit to Slovenia at the invitation of his counterpart Karl Erjavec. Two ministers agreed on that bilateral relations between Montenegro and Slovenia are excellent and without outstanding issues, based on traditionally good, friendly and partnership relations...

08.03.2017.

PM Marković on occasion of Government's 100 days: We responded to challenges in proper and adequate manner

PM Marković on occasion of Government

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2017) – On the occasion of Government's 100 days Prime Minister Duško Marković guested tonight on the show "Živa istina", which was aired on Prva TV and Radio Antena M. The Prime Minister said that the Government in the first 100 days did not have a chance to act in the circumstances of the usual fair play, but from the first day – dealing with complex issues that need to provide political, economic and financial stability – it worked devotedly and accordingly to electoral promises on its commitments...

07.03.2017.

Government supports new investment in Porto Montenegro

Government supports new investment in Porto Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2017) -- Government of Montenegro is committed to ensuring a favourable business environment that will enable the continuation and development of the ongoing, as well the arrival of new investments, said Prime Minister Duško Marković at a meeting with Managing Director of Porto Montenegro Oliver Corlette...

07.03.2017.

Minister Aleksandar Andrija Pejović: Government deserves grade 4+ for first 100 days

Minister Aleksandar Andrija Pejović: Government deserves grade 4+ for first 100 days

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2017) -- Minister of European Affairs Aleksandar Andrija Pejović said that the Government deserves grade 4+ for the first 100 days of its work, explaining that taking into account needs of the society, improving standard of living, creating new jobs, providing better business environment and attracting investors were recognised as the key tasks of its policy...

07.03.2017.

Opinion piece by PM Duško Marković on ocassion of Government's 100 days

Opinion piece by PM Duško Marković on ocassion of Government

One hundred days of the Government is a small jubilee. To date, the 41st Government of Montenegro “has spent” only about 7% of the time of its four-year term of office! On the one hand, it is not enough to be able to evaluate the effects of the strategic policies, but on the other hand, each working day the Cabinet is going through a sort of test and evaluation by national and international public...

07.03.2017.

Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović: Government’s 100 days of success

Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović: Government’s 100 days of success

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2017) — Deputy Prime Minister for the economic policy and financial system Milutin Simović remarked that the 41st Government of Montenegro did not enjoy a privilege of political calm in its first one hundred days of work and that in this period it delivered the main lines of its proclaimed policy...