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Prime Minister Milo Đukanović: "It is my honour to address you on behalf of Montenegro and once again confirm the unequivocal commitment of my country to the United Nations. Allow me to begin by congratulating Mr Peter Thomson of Fiji on his election as President of the 71st session of the General Assembly. We welcome your choice of topic in the course of the presidency, given the general and universal importance of implementing the sustainable development goals..."
Podgorica, Montenegro (16 October 2016) – Head of Montenegro’s Police Slavko Stojanović confirmed that a group of 20 persons was apprehended on the night between Saturday and Sunday. Mr Stojanović’s statement for the national broadcaster RTCG will be presented in its entirety...
DPM Marković to meet Director Angelina Eichhorst
Government of Montenegro to hold its 175th session on Thursday, 20 October
Eighth National Coordinators' Meeting for cooperation between China and CEE countries to be held
Communications managers in British government to hold Academy of Communication for colleagues from S
PM Milo Đukanović and Slovakian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Miroslav Lajčák to attend r
PM to visit Bar – Boljare highway
PM Đukanović to visit PHI SH "Dr Jovan Bulajić" in Brezovik on Monday
Cabinet session to be held Thursday, 6 October, at 12 pm
Minister Bošković to open Conference "English and Development“
DPM Marković to attend working breakfast on civil service competency framework
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Podgorica, Montenegro (21 October 2016) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today newly appointed Ambassador of France to Montenegro Christine Toudic. The Prime Minister, on behalf of the Government of Montenegro, and on his own behalf, wished Ambassador Toudic successful mission and expressed satisfaction with the traditional ties between the two countries, whose relations in recent years have been further enriched and modernised in recent years, representing an improved platform for mutual beneficial cooperation...
Podgorica, Montenegro (21 October 2016) -- Concerning the incorrect interpretation in an article published by daily Vijesti on 21 October 2016, referring to the working conclusion the Montenegrin Cabinet reached at its 175th session, the Public Relations Service of the Government of Montenegro states the following...
Podgorica, Montenegro (21 October 2016) – Five young civil servants from Montenegro have been selected to participate in the EU Scheme for Young Professionals in the Western Balkans, funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council. This programme is the result of an agreement made at the Paris Summit in July 2016 and illustrates the importance of public administration reform in the process of accession to the EU...
Podgorica, Montenegro (20 October 2016) — The Group of Friends of Montenegro in the European Parliament sent today a letter to Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović regarding the parliamentary elections held in Montenegro on 16 October 2016. “We congratulate the citizens and the authorities of Montenegro for the peaceful and orderly conduct of the elections on 16 October. We are pleased to note that according to the preliminary findings by the report of the OSCE/ODIHR the Parliamentary elections were conducted largely in accordance with international election standards,” the letter reads...
Podgorica, Montenegro (21 October 2016) – Discussing the apprehension and prosecution of persons suspected of forming a criminal organisation and terrorism in an attempt, the Montenegrin Cabinet, at yesterday's session, concluded that competent national authorities should bring this case to an end in a professional manner, thus protecting the state of Montenegro and its national interests...
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Deputy Prime Minister Dusko Markovic
Deputy Prime Minister Vujica Lazovic
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