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18.09.2018.

International consultations on protection of underwater archaeological sites begin in Budva

International consultations on protection of underwater archaeological sites begin in Budva The Government of Montenegro is paying special attention to the underwater cultural heritage, recognising its potentials and financially supporting the research of our underwater and expert training - Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović and Secretary General of the Government of Montenegro Nataša Pešić said today at the International Expert Advice on the Protection of Underwater Archaeological Sites and education of professional divers in Budva...

18.09.2018.

Final Conference on Smart Specialisation Strategy: European Commission welcomes achieved results

Final Conference on Smart Specialisation Strategy: European Commission welcomes achieved results

The progress of Montenegro in the process of adopting the Smart Specialisation Strategy has been recognised by the European Commission, Head of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre Alessandro Rainoldi said today at the final conference S3.me - Smart specialisation: innovation, entrepreneurship and competitiveness...

18.09.2018.

Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević: Montenegro devoted to fulfilling the finishing scales for more chapters

Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević: Montenegro devoted to fulfilling the finishing scales for more chapters

Montenegro is committed to fulfilling the final benchmarks in chapters related to innovation, human resources, information society and social policy. "We are determined to maintain a good dynamics of implementing reforms and reach the standards of the most developed countries in Europe, " Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević highlited...

18.09.2018.

PM Marković hosts newly appointed Ambassador of Macedonia: Montenegro pledges full support to policy that required both vision and courage

PM Marković hosts newly appointed Ambassador of Macedonia: Montenegro pledges full support to policy that required both vision and courage

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted the inaugural visit by Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to Montenegro Mihajlo Trpkoski. It was noted that the relations between the two friendly countries are of high quality and content, that Montenegro and the Republic of Macedonia share the same European and Euro-Atlantic values ​​and that both countries see their future in the EU and NATO...

18.09.2018.

DPM Simović, Ms. Fiona McCluney: New projects with aim to mitigate impact of climate change in forests, water and agriculture

DPM Simović, Ms. Fiona McCluney: New projects with aim to mitigate impact of climate change in forests, water and agriculture

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Milutin Simović, with his associates, today spoke with Ms. Fiona McCluney Permanent Representative of the United Nations and UNDP in Montenegro. The aim of the meeting was to jointly examine the possibilities for Montenegro to apply for new grants from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the Adaption Fund (AF), through the preparation and implementation of projects aimed at mitigating the impact of climate change in forests, water and agriculture..

18.09.2018.

DPM Simović visits family enterprises in Nikšić: Entrepreneurs, Government and local autorithies united in new development steps

DPM Simović visits family enterprises in Nikšić: Entrepreneurs, Government and local autorithies united in new development steps

In the continuation of today's all-day visit to Nikšić, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Milutin Simović visited the plant for the processing and drying of fruits "Montenomaks" in Vir, the plant "Top constructions company" in Ozrinići and slaughterhouse and meat processing plant "Miniko" in Velimlje, and on that occasion, DPM Simović confirmed the optimism based on the quality of realized investments, a new range of domestic products and expressed new development ambitions...

17.09.2018.

PM Marković wishes happy Yom Kippur: Montenegro remains committed to preserving and respecting diversity as foundation of overall progress

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 September 2018) -- On behalf of the Government and his own, Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated the Jewish Community in Montenegro on the reconciliation day - Yom Kippur, noting that understanding for diversities and affirmation of forgiveness and friendship are the universal messages of this great holiday, and that the ability to forgive is the privilege of those whose faith overcomes all temptations and challenges...

17.09.2018.

DPM Simović visits eight entrepreneurs supported by IPARD: Investments create jobs and secure work for thousands of farmers

DPM Simović visits eight entrepreneurs supported by IPARD: Investments create jobs and secure work for thousands of farmers

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Milutin Simović, today in Nikšić visited eight entrepreneurs who successfully realised planned investments this year and received grants from the Ministry of Agriculture through the IPARD programme, which improved their production and competitiveness, opened a significant number of new working places and the possibility of expanding the cooperative network with Montenegrin farmers...

17.09.2018.

PM Marković congratulates citizens of Nikšić on Liberation Day: Successful projects at state and local level are guarantee of further progress

PM Marković congratulates citizens of Nikšić on Liberation Day: Successful projects at state and local level are guarantee of further progress

Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated the citizens and leadership of Nikšić on the Municipality Day – City's Liberation Day – 18 September, assessing that successful projects at the state and local level are a guarantee of further progress of Municipality of Nikšić and a better life for citizens...

15.09.2018.

Credit Rating Agency Standard & Poor's confirms stable outlook for Montenegro

Credit Rating Agency Standard & Poors published a new Report for Montenegro which confirmed the rating of our country, which is marked as "stable", while preserving the rating B + / B. Bearing in mind that the credit rating agency Standard & Poors has confirmed the rating given to Montenegro in 2017 for the second time, this fact points to the expectation that after the third such certification could increase the credit rating...