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21.11.2014

EU's Johannes Hahn: Enlargement policy remains priority of new Europrean Commission

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Podgorica, Montenegro (21 November 2014) – “With the establishment of the new Commission under President Juncker, the enlargement policy and, therefore, the accession negotiations with Montenegro remains the priority”, European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn emphasised at today’s press conference following his meeting with Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović in Podgorica...



30.10.2014.

Loan agreement on financing construction of priority part of Montenegro's first highway signed

Loan agreement on financing construction of priority part of Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (30 October 2014) – Montenegro’s Finance Minister Radoje Žugić and Chinese Ambassador Cui Zhiwei signed earlier today in Podgorica the loan agreement between Montenegro and the Exim Bank on financing the construction of the Bar-Boljare highway, that is its priority section Smokovac-Uvač-Mateševo...



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21.11.2014.

Economy Minister Kavarić's interview to Italian portal Agenzia Nova

Economy Minister Kavarić

Montenegro confirms the strategic partnership in the energy sector with Italy and boosts cooperation in other areas with a new package of incentives. This is the message launched by the Minister of Economy of Montenegro, Vladimir Kavaric, in an interview with "Nova" during his recent visit to Rome, where he met among others the Minister of Economic Development, Federica Guidi...

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21.11.2014.

EU's Johannes Hahn: Enlargement policy remains priority of new Europrean Commission

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Podgorica, Montenegro (21 November 2014) – “With the establishment of the new Commission under President Juncker, the enlargement policy and, therefore, the accession negotiations with Montenegro, remain the priority”, European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn emphasised at today’s press conference following his meeting with Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović in Podgorica...

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20.11.2014.

Tourism Minister Gvozdenović in Belgrade: Regional cooperation key to sustainability and growth

Tourism Minister Gvozdenović in Belgrade: Regional cooperation key to sustainability and growth

Belgrade, Serbia (20 November 2014) – Tourism is a backbone industry for Montenegro’s and region’s growth and development and a means to improve bilateral cooperation in the region, Minister for Tourism and Sustainable Development Branimir Gvozdenović said during his meeting in Belgrade with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications of the Government of Serbia Rasim Ljajić...

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20.11.2014.

Prime Minister meets French VINCI Airports: Transport accessibility important for high-level tourism, potential partnership with airports in Montenegro

Prime Minister meets French VINCI Airports: Transport accessibility important for high-level tourism, potential partnership with airports in Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 November 2014) – One of the key preconditions for Montenegro to become a high-level tourist destination in Europe is transport accessibility and improved air traffic services, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović underlined in his meeting yesterday in Podgorica with Nicolas Notebaert, Chairman of the VINCI Airports Group, one of the largest airport operators in the world...

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20.11.2014.

DPM Marković in Brussels: Dynamics of implementing five priorities from EU package exceeds our expectations

DPM Marković in Brussels: Dynamics of implementing five priorities from EU package exceeds our expectations

Brussels, Belgium (20 November 2014) – Dynamics of implementing the five priorities from the EU package exceeds our expectations, among other things, thanks to Montenegro’s Assembly, which has put a set of anti-corruption laws into quick procedure, Montenegro’s Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Duško Marković said at the meeting of the Working Group of the Enlargement and Countries Negotiating Accession to the Union (COELA), which was held at the premises of Montenegro’s Mission in Brussels...

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