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23.09.2018

PM Marković attends concert of Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović at Carnegie Hall in New York

PM Marković attends concert of Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović at Carnegie Hall in New York

Prime Minister Duško Marković attended the concert of young Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović on Saturday night at the Carnegie Hall in New York, and on that occasion promised her the State's support in her further career, saying that Montenegro is proud of young, successful people who represent us like this in the world...



27.08.2018.

PM Marković at WB6 informal meeting in Durres: There is no agreement on new obligations until those already taken are fulfilled

PM Marković at WB6 informal meeting in Durres: There is no agreement on new obligations until those already taken are fulfilled

Durres, Albania (27 August 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković told the informal meeting of the Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans in Durres that Montenegro welcomes the agreement between Macedonia and Greece, as well as the dialogue between Pristine and Belgrade, but that he believes that the focus should also be placed on economic issues, in particular on the fulfilment of obligations already taken at the summits in Trieste and London...



 

 

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24.09.2018.

DPM Simović participates in Academy on occasion of Miners Day: Valuable miners achieve valuable results

DPM Simović participates in Academy on occasion of Miners Day: Valuable miners achieve valuable results

Deputy Prime Minister Mr Milutin Simović took a part in the Academy on the occasion of the Miner's Day of Montenegro. This year is a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the opening of the mine "Zagrad" in Nikšićka Župa, which is celebrated as the Day of Miners in Montenegro. Roughly 8,000 tons of ore in the first year was dug in the first year, after which in the next ten years, other mines were opened: bauxite, coal, lead and zinc, brick clay and white bauxite. Today, is marked 66 years since the existence and work of the Coal Mine in Pljevlja...

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24.09.2018.

DPM Pažin: Montenegro counts on Romania's support, we'll be soon ready to close eight chapters

DPM Pažin: Montenegro counts on Romania

Montenegro highly appreciates Romania's long-standing friendship and counts on its support during the upcoming Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union from January next year, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said at a meeting with Minister of Justice of Romania Tudorel Toader, who is paying an official visit to Montenegro...

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24.09.2018.

Eighth meeting of Subcommittee on Justice, Freedom and Security will take place in Podgorica on 25 and 26 September

The eighth meeting of the Subcommittee on Justice, Freedom and Security will take place in Podgorica on 25 and 26 September. The meeting will be opened by the Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević and head of the Unit for Montenegro at the EC's Directorate-General for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Thomas Hagleinter..

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23.09.2018.

PM Marković attends concert of Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović at Carnegie Hall in New York: We are proud of young, successful people who represent us in world in this way

PM Marković attends concert of Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović at Carnegie Hall in New York: We are proud of young, successful people who represent us in world in this way

Prime Minister Duško Marković attended the concert of young Montenegrin soprano Tamara Rađenović on Saturday night at the Carnegie Hall in New York, and on that occasion promised her the State's support in her further career, saying that Montenegro is proud of young, successful people who represent us like this in the world...

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23.09.2018.

PM Marković wishes happy Montenegro's Miner's Day: You are pillar of economy and energy stability of Montenegro, your honourable profession deserves deepest respect

PM Marković wishes happy Montenegro

"The Miners' day is always an opportunity to remember that mining is one of the hardest and most risky professions, but at the same time it is an honourable profession that arouses deepest respect of the society and the community. The Montenegrin miners are pillars of economy and energy stability of our country" – the Prime Minister's congratulatory message reads. Prime Minister Duško Marković told the miners that the Government, in partnership with investors, implements development policies and the best models of using natural resources of Montenegro...

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