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09.07.2016

NATO welcomes Montenegro as a new member

NATO welcomes Montenegro as a new member

Warsaw, Poland (9 July 2016) – On the second day of the Summit in Warsaw, NATO adopted the Political Declaration, a key political document of the Alliance, which welcomes Montenegro as a new member and voices hope that the process of ratification of the Protocol on the Accession is to be completed as quickly as possible...



14.07.2016.

Statement on remarks by Spokesperson of Russian Foreign Ministry

Statement on remarks by Spokesperson of Russian Foreign Ministry

Undiplomatic language by the Russian diplomacy’s representative, whose style is more a problem of Moscow, is the best confirmation of what Prime Minister Milo Đukanović has spoken about. Her accusation about who is destroying friendly relations with Russia is absolutely unfounded. On the contrary, Montenegro is trying to improve those relations, and not in words but in action, as evidenced by the decisions made by the Government of Montenegro, such as the extension of the visa - free regime for the citizens of the Russian Federation from 30 to 90 days...



 

 

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21.07.2016.

Cabinet Session: Government's work, Information Society, peacekeeping missions, NGOs

Cabinet Session: Government

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 July 2016) – The Government of Montenegro at today's session adopted the Report on implementation of the Programme of the Government's work for the second quarter of 2016, the Report on the implementation of the conclusions of the Government for the first quarter of 2016. Prime Minister Milo Đukanović expressed discontent with the implementation of the Programme of the Government's work in the second quarter, saying that some ministries accomplished their tasks on time, while some are falling seriously behind...

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21.07.2016.

College for negotiations with EU: Negotiations success – constant of Montenegrin road towards EU

College for negotiations with EU: Negotiations success – constant of Montenegrin road towards EU

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 July 2016) – College for negotiations on Montenegro's accession to the European Union, chaired by Prime Minister Milo Đukanović, held today its regular session and discussed the results achieved so far, as well as dynamics of implementation of this year's commitments in the areas of rule of law, respecting chapters 23 (Judiciary and fundamental rights) and 24 (Justice, freedom and security), and the reform process in chapters 8 (Competition) and 27 (Environment), as well as other issues within its competence...

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21.07.2016.

PM Đukanović congratulates UK counterpart Theresa May on her appointment

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 July 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović congratulated, on behalf of the Government of Montenegro and in his name, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Theresa May on her appointment and wished her success...

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21.07.2016.

CORRECTION: Can Block II of Thermal Power Plant Pljevlja increase price of electricity in world by "four times"

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 July 2016) – Claims published by DAN daily on 21 July 2016 that electricity price must rise by nearly four times, or 376% by 2040 in order to make the construction of the Block II of the Thermal Power Plant Pljevlja cost-effective, with reference to the Feasibility Study for this project, are absolutely groundless and incorrect...

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20.07.2016.

PM Đukanović meets with EU Ambassadors: Montenegro remains fully committed to EU membership

PM Đukanović meets with EU Ambassadors: Montenegro remains fully committed to EU membership

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 July 2016) – Prime Minister Đukanović met today with ambassadors of EU countries. The meeting was organised by the Embassy of Slovakia in cooperation with EU Delegation in Podgorica, on the occasion of this country's six months presidency of Council of the European Union...

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