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Podgorica, Montenegro (14 September 2015) – The United States supports Montenegro’s membership in NATO provided that Montenegro continues pursuing reforms and boosts popular support for NATO accession, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović was told by US Vice-President Joseph Biden. The two officials spoke on the telephone earlier today. Prime Minister Đukanović thanked the US and Vice-President Biden personally for the continued support and attention they have provided to Montenegro, as well as for their understanding of Montenegro’s and the region’s European and Euro-Atlantic perspective...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration and the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro have announced a competition for the best photograph on the theme of “Values of Europe – a view from Montenegro”, with a view to organising an exhibition in Brussels, in cooperation with the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union...
Famous Latin American contemporary writer Mario Vargas Llosa to visit Montenegro
PM Đukanović and DPM Marković to host NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Montenegro to host Third International Ministerial IDAHO 2015 Forum
Adriatic Oil & Gas Summit in Budva, 10 – 11 March 2015
Agreement on long-term lease of "Lastavica" island in Boka Kotorka Bay to be signed on Monday
Prime Minister Đukanović to attend Munich Security Conference
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
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Podgorica, Montenegro (5 October 2015) -- Minister without portfolio Marija Vučinović hosted earlier today Head of Section for civil society, media and research in the European Commission Nicola Bertolini for talks on boosting relations between the Government and civil society, and developing the non-governmental sector in Montenegro...
Argentina, Cerro de Leones (5 October 2015) – A memorial honouring Montenegrin miners who had worked in stone pits of Tundil was unveiled yesterday in the city of Tundil, about 400 kilometres away from the capital city of Argentine. The unveiling ceremony took place in Cerro de Leones, known as a place where more than 100 families from Montenegro lived during the last century...
Podgorica, Montenegro (4 October 2015) -- At today's press conference, Interior Minister Raško Konjević and Chief of the Police Slavko Stojanović noted that the protests of the opposition Democratic Front (DF), scheduled for tomorrow in 14 Montenegrin towns, have not been approved, as the applications were incomplete and submitted in less than 5 days as required by the Law on Public Gathering...
Podgorica, Montenegro (2 October 2015) -- Contracts on the allocation of grant support in the amount of 50 to 65% of investment in agricultural holdings through IPARD-like 1 project were signed in Podgorica early today by 291 agricultural producers, mainly from the north of Montenegro. A total of EUR 10 will be invested in almost all areas of agricultural production, of which EUR 5 million will be returned to agricultural producers. The average contracted investment per household amounts to EUR 35.600...
Podgorica, Montenegro (1 October 2015) – In terms of improving the public administration asystem, the Government of Montenegro approved the Bill on Administrative Dispute. Having in mind that the administrative dispute represents a legal mechanism for supervising the public administration and an efficient tool for maintaining legality and protecting citizens' rights and interests, the Government noted that this law plays a crucial role in establishing an efficient authority system...
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