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15.01.2020

PM Marković: Montenegro advances well in EU negotiation process

PM Marković: Montenegro advances well in EU negotiation process

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 January 2020) -- Our country understands the situation of the European Union, it is already negotiating on the most stringent criteria so far, as a leader of integration it cannot be compared with the countries that are just beginning negotiations and the process changes should not be applied retroactively, Prime Minister Duško Marković stated earlier today. "Although we are not advocates of 'changing the rules in the middle of the game', to some extent we agree that the negotiation process should be made more concrete and measurable and its results clearer and more visible to both, the actors in the accession process and all citizens in Montenegro...



08.01.2020.

National Security Council: Montenegro has proven to be safe and secure state despite subversive activities in country and from its closest neighbourhood

National Security Council: Montenegro has proven to be safe and secure state despite subversive activities in country and from its closest neighbourhood

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 January 2020) – At today's session, the National Security Council informed the Police Directorate and other state authorities about activities undertaken to ensure a stable public order and peace during the New Year and Christmas holidays, as well as activities related to protests over the adoption of the Law on Freedom of Religion or Beliefs and Legal Status of Religious Communities, which represents a modern legal framework for the cultural and democratic emancipation of Montenegrin society...



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18.01.2020.

State Secretary for Political Affairs Radulović: There are no superior religious communities, Montenegro is pluralistic society

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 January 2020) -- State Secretary for Political Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Vladimir Radulović assessed the fact that the Law on Freedom of Religion or Belief defines and constitutes Montenegro as free, open and pluralistic society in terms of the rights and obligations of religious communities and believers, as its most important dimension...

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17.01.2020.

Government is elected at elections and not at processions

Government is elected at elections and not at processions

Metropolitan Amfilohije told the Montenegrin citizens and believers in Tivat that the Government should be overthrown if it does not withdraw the Law on Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Legal Status of Religious Communities. We remind the Metropolitan that the Government is elected in the Parliament by the will of the representatives of the people elected in the democratic elections...

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17.01.2020.

Bošković: Serbia openly interference in Montenegro’s internal affairs

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 January 2020) -- Attending the TVCG morning program, Minister of Defence Predrag Bošković emphasized that for the first time, in the events surrounding the adopted Law on Freedom of Religion, there has been an undisclosed interference of the state authorities of Serbia and some officials of that country to the internal political issues of Montenegro...

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17.01.2020.

Transport Administration signs EUR 20 million worth contract for rehabilitation of Rožaje – Špiljani road section

Transport Administration signs EUR 20 million worth contract for rehabilitation of Rožaje – Špiljani road section

The Transport Administration and the Austrian company Strabag have signed a contract on the rehabilitation and improvement of the road section M - 2 Rožaje - Špiljani. The value of the contract, concluded within the Programme of reconstruction of the main roads in Montenegro, is EUR 19,185,064.72, and the deadline for completion of works is 24 months...

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16.01.2020.

Press release from 152nd Cabinet session

Press release from 152nd Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 January 2020) – At its 152nd session, the Cabinet adopted the Draft Law on Roads with the Public Debate Report. The proposed law continues to align Montenegro's legislation with the EU's road infrastructure acquis, within Chapter 14 Transport Policy and Chapter 21 Trans-European Networks. The Law also regulates the area of road safety, in line with the positive practices of EU countries, which will significantly improve the road safety...

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