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19.03.2019

PM Marković: Dialogue is prerequisite for strengthening partnership

PM Marković: Dialogue is prerequisite for strengthening partnership

Budva, Montenegro (19 March 2019) -- As a country that is firmly committed to multilateralism, the preservation of peace and boosting mutual trust, Montenegro sees dialogue as a necessary prerequisite for strengthening partnership in order to make the best use of countless potentials in different areas, primarily in tourism, culture, sustainable fisheries, clean energy, said Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković...



21.02.2019.

Western Balkans committed to clean energy transition

Western Balkans committed to clean energy transition

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 February 2019) -- Earlier today, ministers of the Western Balkan countries signed a joint statement pledging to switch to clean energy in the region. This confirmed the ambition to foster decarbonisation, renewable energy and energy efficiency, which will strengthen the Western Balkans' path towards the European Union. This has been achieved thanks to the cooperation with all relevant stakeholders such as the Energy Community, civil society organisations and international financial institutions...



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19.03.2019.

DPM Simović: EU Directive on unfair trading practices is historical breakthrough in agriculture

DPM Simović: EU Directive on unfair trading practices is historical breakthrough in agriculture

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 March 2019) -- The Government of Montenegro has been making continuous efforts towards systematic provision of fair conditions in the food market, since farmers face numerous challenges in an open market game. These are the challenges that European manufacturers face. The new Directive on unfair trading practices in the food supply chain, adopted by the European Parliament on 12 March, is a roadmap and framework for the Montenegrin agricultural policy," Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simovic told the press earlier today...

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19.03.2019.

DPM Simović, Ambassador Orav visit IPARD like beneficiaries: Encouraging results of non-refundable support

DPM Simović, Ambassador Orav visit IPARD like beneficiaries: Encouraging results of non-refundable support

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 March 2019) -- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simović and Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro Aivo Orav visited the entrepreneurs in Podgorica, Golubovci and Tuzi, who benefited from the IPARD like programme...

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19.03.2019.

PM Marković opens 16th conference of speakers of parliaments of AII countries: Dialogue is prerequisite for strengthening partnership

PM Marković opens 16th conference of speakers of parliaments of AII countries: Dialogue is prerequisite for strengthening partnership

Budva, Montenegro (19 March 2019) -- As a country that is firmly committed to multilateralism, the preservation of peace and boosting mutual trust, Montenegro sees dialogue as a necessary prerequisite for strengthening partnership in order to make the best use of countless potentials in different areas, primarily in tourism, culture, sustainable fisheries, clean energy, said Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković...

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19.03.2019.

European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg rules against Montenegro

In the case of Bigović v. Montenegro (No. 48343/16), the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has declared the application partly ill-founded under Article 35 (3) (a) and paragraph 4 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. In parallel, the European Court has found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention and Article 5 paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 of the Convention...

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19.03.2019.

Government welcomes beginning of grit removal, remedial of ecological black spot in Bijela

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 March 2019) -- The Government of Montenegro welcomes the beginning of the removal of grit from the former Shipyard in Bijela and ecological remedial within the protected environment of the UNESCO site. In this way, Montenegro demonstrates responsibility for the safety of citizens and the environment, as well as its ability to respond to the obligations under Chapter 27 - Environment...

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