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06.04.2017.

Press release from 20th Cabinet session: Loan arrangements, austerity measures, eGovernment, combating gray economy

Press release from 20th Cabinet session: Loan arrangements, austerity measures, eGovernment, combating gray economy Podgorica, Montenegro (6 April 2017) – At the session held earlier today, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Draft Law on fees on use of tobacco products and electro-acoustic and acoustic devices in restaurants and cafés, which allows owners or users to use tobacco products in one part of the facility, and the use of electro-acoustic and acoustic devices after midnight when organising outdoors and indoors cultural and entertainment programmes. The owners are obliged to pay the prescribed fee...

10.03.2017.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 March 2017) -- Within the process of harmonisation with European legislation, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Draft Law on Electronic Identification and Electronic Signature. The law aims to increase confidence in electronic transactions by planning a safe and reliable legal framework, rapid progress in key areas of the digital economy and the promotion of a single digital market by facilitating cross-border use of online services...

23.02.2017.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 February 2017) – Earlier today, the Montenegrin Cabinet held its 14th session, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković. In line with the country’s economic policy, reflected in higher economic growth, new jobs creation, increasing investment and exports, higher standard of living, while increasing competitiveness of the economy, the Cabinet passed the Decision on the Privatisation Plan for 2017...

16.02.2017.

Press release from Cabinet session

Press release from Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 February 2017) -- At the beginning of today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet condemned yesterday's violence in the Parliament. It was concluded that yesterday's events are cause for serious concern about aggressive and violent behaviour of a part of opposition MPs and undermining of the integrity of the Parliament, as a legislative authority...

29.12.2016.

Press release from Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 December 2016) – At the session held earlier today, the Montenegrin Cabinet discussed implementation of priority projects in the energy sector, namely the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the offshore of Montenegro...

22.12.2016.

Press release from 6th Cabinet session

Press release from 6th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 December 2016) – At the sixth session held earlier today, the Montenegrin Cabinet discussed the implementation of priority projects in the field of tourism. It was pointed out that the most of the projects are being implemented on schedule and in accordance with the investment programmes...

03.11.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet meeting

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 November 2016) -- At the session held earlier today, the Montenegrin Cabinet discussed the Draft Law Amending the Law on Budget for 2016 and the Draft decision on issuance of government bonds, but postponed the decision on these items. Cabinet tasked heads of working bodies to hold tomorrow a joint session and once again consider these issues in detail on the basis of innovative proposals, and then the Cabinet will reach a decision...

20.10.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

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...

29.09.2016.

Cabinet session discusses youth strategy, cooperation with NGOs, public administration reform, domestice violence

Cabinet session discusses youth strategy, cooperation with NGOs, public administration reform, domestice violence

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 September 2016) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Government adopted the Youth Strategy 2017-2021. In order to involve young people in decision-making process and implementation of public policies, the strategy sets out a formal framework for the systematic improvement of the status of young people in Montenegro and defines the long-term objectives and activities, as well as financial, administrative and other measures to achieve them...

29.07.2016.

Cabinet session: Environment, public adminstration reform, defence, economy

Cabinet session: Environment, public adminstration reform, defence, economy

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 July 2016) – At yesterday's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet approved the National Strategy for transposition, implementation and enforcement of the acquis in the field of environment and climate change. This is a strategic document for the EU accession process, as well as for the opening of the Chapter 27, one of the most demanding in the negotiating process...