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16.12.2014

Montenegro takes another step closer to EU membership, four more negotiation chapters open

Brussels (16 December 2014) – The EU-Montenegro Accession Conference, taking place in the margins of the EU Council meeting in Brussels today, decided to push forward Montenegro’s EU accession talks by opening four new negotiation chapters dealing with statistics, customs, consumer and health protection and financial and budgetary issues...



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EU's Johannes Hahn: Enlargement policy remains priority of new Europrean Commission

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Podgorica, Montenegro (21 November 2014) – “With the establishment of the new Commission under President Juncker, the enlargement policy and, therefore, the accession negotiations with Montenegro, remain the priority”, European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn emphasised at today’s press conference following his meeting with Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović in Podgorica...



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16.12.2014.

Montenegro takes another step closer to EU membership, four more negotiation chapters open

Montenegro takes another step closer to EU membership, four more negotiation chapters open

Brussels (16 December 2014) – The EU-Montenegro Accession Conference, taking place in the margins of the EU Council meeting in Brussels today, decided to push forward Montenegro’s EU accession talks by opening four new negotiation chapters dealing with statistics, customs, consumer and health protection and financial and budgetary issues...

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16.12.2014.

Speech by Montenegro's Prime Minister Đukanović at 3rd China-CEE summit in Belgrade

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"It is my great honour and pleasure to greet you on behalf of the Government of Montenegro and wish you successful work of the important meeting dedicated to cooperation between the countries of Central and East Europe and China. I especially want to thank the Prime Minister of Serbia for excellent organisation of today's meeting and his traditional hospitality..."

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16.12.2014.

DPM Lazović, Czech Minister Mladek pledge support to improving cooperation between two states

DPM Lazović, Czech Minister Mladek pledge support to improving cooperation between two states

Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – On the sidelines of the Belgrade’s 3th meeting of heads of governments of China and Central and East Europe, Montenegro’s Deputy Prime Minister Vujica Lazović met with Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic Jan Mladek for talks on boosting economic relations between the two states...

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16.12.2014.

Đukanović - Vučić: Montenegro and Serbia set to improve bilateral cooperation in economy and regional infrastructure projects

Đukanović - Vučić: Montenegro and Serbia set to improve bilateral cooperation in economy and regional infrastructure projects

Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with his Serbian counterpart Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić in Belgrade.The meeting took place during the III Summit meeting between the People’s Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and the two officials discussed further development of bilateral cooperation...

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16.12.2014.

Đukanović – Li: Economic cooperation between Montenegro and China successful with outstanding prospects for the future

Đukanović – Li: Economic cooperation between Montenegro and China successful with outstanding prospects for the future

Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang in Belgrade. The meeting took place during the III Summit meeting between the People’s Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The meeting noted that Montenegro and China have exceptionally good bilateral relations, which are based on close friendship and are strengthened by thriving economic cooperation. Intensive political dialogue at the top level gave an additional impulse to the concretisation of economic cooperation, particularly through the project of constructing the priority section of the Bar – Boljare highway...

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