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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...
Prime Minister Milo Đukanović sent a letter of condolences to France's President François Hollande regarding yesterday's terrorist attack in Paris. In his letter, the Prime Minister has said that he took with deep sorrow the news of the terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where 12 people lost lives and 11 suffered injury. On behalf of the Government of Montenegro and in my own name I extend our deepest condolences to the victims' families and to the people of France. This horrible and mindless act is an attack on us all and on the democratic values we share...
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to visit Montenegro
Press conference on arrest of drug lord Darko Šarić
EU-Montenegro conference in Brussels to open negotiating chapters 23 and 24
Prime Minister Milo Đukanović in first official visit to Serbia since restoration of independence
PM Đukanović to attend second China–Central and Eastern Europe meeting of heads of government
Montenegro to host 2nd South Eastern European Government Communication Conference (SEECOM 2013)
German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Dirk Niebel to visit Montenegro
PM Đukanović to host EBRD's President Suma Chakrabarti
Prince Albert II of Monaco to pay official visit to Montenegro
PM Đukanović to host US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Philip Ricker
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Podgorica, Montenegro (30 January 2014) – At yesterday's meeting, Montenegro's Government adopted a decree on fostering direct investment in order to increase foreign and domestic investment and improve the employment policy, Minister of Economy Vladimir Kavarić stressed following the Cabinet meeting...
Podgorica, Montenegro (30 January 2014) – At yesterday’s Cabinet session, the Government of Montenegro adopted a revised management plan for Cetinje. This document outlines the 15-year development plan for the old royal capital and envisages, among other things, the nomination of Cetinje as UNESCO World Heritage site. The application will be presented today in Paris to the UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova...
Podgorica, Montenegro (29 January 2015) – Montenegro’s Cabinet, at today’s session, adopted the analysis of macroeconomic developments and structural reforms in 2014. Based on available data on economic activity, the analysis estimates that Montenegro, in conditions of slow growth in the region and euro zone, achieved GDP growth rate rate of 2% in 2014...
Podgorica, Montenegro (29 January 2015) – At today’s session, the Government approved Montenegro’s Programme of Economic Reforms for the period 2015-2017, which outlines the country’s medium-term economic policy, and represents, at the same time, its annual obligation from EU agenda in the context of economic management, Tijana Stanković, Adviser to Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy, said following the Cabinet meeting...
Freedom House issued a “Freedom in the World 2015” report evaluating Montenegro as a free country with a political rights score of 3 and civil liberties score of 2 (from 1 to 7 with 1 representing the most free and 7 the least free)...
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