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19.04.2018

Tivat - Duško Marković, Federica Mogherini: Montenegro is making great progress towards EU

Tivat - Duško Marković, Federica Mogherini: Montenegro is making great progress towards EU

Tivat, Montenegro (19 April 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini agreed earlier today in Tivat, following their official meeting, that Montenegro is making good progress in the European accession process and that it retains the role of a forerunner country in the region...



28.03.2018.

PRESS RELEASE: Montenegro declares one Russian diplomat persona non grata and withdraws consent on honourary consul of RF

PRESS RELEASE: Montenegro declares one Russian diplomat persona non grata and withdraws consent on honourary consul of RF

The Government of Montenegro has made a decision to declare a diplomatic representative accredited to the Embassy of the Russian Federation persona non grata and to withdraw the consent of the honourary consul of the Russian Federation in Montenegro. The Embassy of the Russian Federation in Podgorica was informed of the measures with a seven-day deadline for the diplomatic representative to leave Montenegro...



 

 

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20.04.2018.

PM Marković meets with leader of EUROCHAMBERS and representatives of WB Chambers of Economy: Business community is our partner

PM Marković meets with leader of EUROCHAMBERS and representatives of WB Chambers of Economy: Business community is our partner

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 April 2018) -- On the occasion of marking the jubilee of 90 years of the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro, Prime Ministe Duško Marković met with President of the Chamber of Economy Vlastimir Golubović, President of the Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (EUROCHAMBERS) and the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Christoph Leitl, and representatives of the chambers of economy of the countries of the region...

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20.04.2018.

PM Marković meets heads of inspection services: Budgetary revenues collection above planned, we need to resolve illegal taxi drivers issue

PM Marković meets heads of inspection services: Budgetary revenues collection above planned, we need to resolve illegal taxi drivers issue

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 April 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković noted earlier today at a regular meeting with heads of inspection services that the budget revenues generated since the beginning of the year are above the plan and above the last year's results, and that the overall economic results are good, adding that the Government responded to a great extent to the challenges of increasing budget revenues...

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19.04.2018.

Tivat - Duško Marković, Federica Mogherini: Montenegro is making great progress towards EU

Tivat - Duško Marković, Federica Mogherini: Montenegro is making great progress towards EU

Tivat, Montenegro (19 April 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini agreed earlier today in Tivat, following their official meeting, that Montenegro is making good progress in the European accession process and that it retains the role of a forerunner country in the region...

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19.04.2018.

Press release from 73rd Cabinet session

Press release from 73rd Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 April 2018) – In the framework of harmonisation with European legislation and fulfilment of the prerequisites for closing negotiations in Chapter 28 - Consumer and Health Protection, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed at its 73rd session the Draft Law Amending the Law on Surveillance of Products on the Market. It was noted that the amendments aim to achieve complete compliance with the general product safety directive...

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19.04.2018.

Statement by Culture Minister Bogdanović regarding European Commission's report

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 April 2018) -- Regarding the recently presented European Commission’s report, in the part relating to the media freedom, Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović stated: "We are paying special attention to the European Commission’s report in the area of freedom of expression. For every EU candidate country, the issue of media freedom is of paramount importance, so that interest of the public and all media stakeholders in that regard is understandable and desirable..."

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