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02.07.2015

Inviting Montenegro to join NATO-positive signal for stability of entire region, PM Sobotka notes

Inviting Montenegro to join NATO-positive signal for stability of entire region, PM Sobotka notes

Prague, Czech Republic (2 July 2015) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović began earlier today an official visit to Prague by meeting his Czech counterpart Bohuslav Sobotka. Czech Republic will support Montenegro’s efforts towards obtaining invitation to join NATO in 2015, Czech Prime Minister Sobotka underlined at the meeting with Prime Minister Đukanović...



24.08.2015.

PM Đukanović's interview for German Handelsblatt: Montenegro Aims to Halt Asylum Seekers

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No other politician in the Balkans has been in power longer than Milo Djukanovic. Currently serving his fourth term as prime minister, the 53-year-old led the small Adriatic country to independence from Serbia nearly nine years ago. But now he’s struggling to keep his countrymen at home in the economically depressed country. Many see a brighter future in Germany, Europe’s largest economy. Mr. Djukanovic has asked the European Parliament to classify Montenegro as a safe state of origin, in a move to halt the flow. Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa has made a similar request...



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28.08.2015.

PM Đukanović: Montenegro to receive EUR 45 million of EU grants for boosting rail transport and electric transmission

PM Đukanović: Montenegro to receive EUR 45 million of EU grants for boosting rail transport and electric transmission

Vienna, Austria (28 August 214) -- Montenegro will receive EUR 45 million of EU grants for the advancement of rail transport and electric transmission, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović told the press following the Western Balkans Summit, which took place in Vienna on Thursday...

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27.08.2015.

PM Đukanović speaks at Western Balkans Summit in Vienna: Balkans can ce new vitality and power in Europe

Vienna, Austria (27 August 2015) – The Berlin process has given new impetus to European policy for the Western Balkans and opened a new hope for the region, Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović emphasised earlier today at the Vienna’s Western Balkans Summit. He said that the Balkans and its human and natural resources can be a new vitality and power in Europe, provided that the region creates more favourable conditions for attracting investments and the EU helps enhance the recovery process, he pointed out...

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27.08.2015.

Government backs up parliamentary draft resolution on Montenegro's accession to NATO

Podgorica, Montenegro (27 August 2015) – At today’s session, the Montenegrin Cabinet gave a positive opinion on the draft resolution on the support of NATO integration delivered by the Parliament. The debate highlighted that, at the time when Montenegro expects to receive a NATO entry invitation, the Government assessed the parliamentary initiative as purposeful and very significant...

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27.08.2015.

Deadline for Application to Public Announcement for participation in procedure of awarding funds for fostering direct investments extended

Secretariat for Development Projects informs the public that the Government of Montenegro at the session held on August 27, 2015, has adopted the Amendment to the Public Announcement for participation in the procedure of awarding funds for fostering direct investments, by which the deadline for Application is extended until October 1, 2015 at 12:00 (noon) (local time)..

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27.08.2015.

Western Balkans Summit begins earlier today in Vienna

Western Balkans Summit begins earlier today in Vienna

Vienna, Austria (27 August 2015) -- The Western Balkans Summit began earlier today in Vienna. The summit is being held in the framework of the Berlin Process, which was initiated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Conference on the Western Balkans in late August 2014 in order to strengthen support to the European perspective, economic development and improved infrastructure links within the region and with EU countries...

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