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31.05.2019

PM Marković opens 2BS: It is important that NATO and EU remain committed to region

PM Marković opens 2BS: It is important that NATO and EU remain committed to region

Budva, Montenegro (31 May 2019) – Although the significance that NATO and the EU have to the Western Balkans does not need to be explained in more detail, it is important to emphasise the significance of their shared commitment to this region that is still in discrepancy between the past and the present, Prime Minister Duško Marković said at the opening of the 9th To Be Secure (2BS ) Forum in Budva...



29.05.2019.

Pristina - PMs Marković, Haradinaj: Montenegro and Kosovo cherish friendly and good- neighbourly relations, share European and Euro-Atlantic goals and aspire stronger infrastructure connectivity

Pristina - PMs Marković, Haradinaj: Montenegro and Kosovo cherish friendly and good- neighbourly relations, share European and Euro-Atlantic goals and aspire stronger infrastructure connectivity

Prime Minister Duško Marković said in Pristina after the meeting with Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj that relations between Montenegro and Kosovo are friendly, that the two countries remain consistent in achieving good-neighbourly, European and Euro-Atlantic goals, and when it comes to economic cooperation, they remain consistent especially in developing the infrastructure...



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17.06.2019.

Tourism Council's session: Impressive tourist growth re-positions Montenegro as top destination, Coordination Body for effective response to challenges established

Tourism Council

At today's session, chaired by the Council President, Prime Minister Duško Marković, the Tourism Council concluded that the tourist indicators in the first quarter of this year significantly exceeded the data from the record year 2018, which, alongside the fact that the activities on the preparation of the peak of this year's season are implemented or being implemented in accordance with the plan, indicates that 2019 will be a very successful tourist year...

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17.06.2019.

Ministers Nuhodžić, Stefanović: Criminals are not and will not be safe either in Montenegro or in Serbia

Ministers Nuhodžić, Stefanović: Criminals are not and will not be safe either in Montenegro or in Serbia

Minister of the Interior Mevludin Nuhodžić and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia Nebojša Stefanović noted today in Belgrade the high-quality cooperation between the Montenegrin and Serbian police in the fight against organized crime, adding that criminals won't be safe either in Montenegro or in Serbia...

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14.06.2019.

Works and protests on Bukovica river suspended

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 June 2019) -- Works on the building of small hydro-power plants on the Bukovica river are suspended until the Government re-examines all the documentation and reaches a final decision. It was concluded at today's meeting of Minister of Economy Dragica Sekulić and local residents of Šavnik municipality, representatives of NGOs, investors and representatives of local government...

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14.06.2019.

Cooperation agreement on "Creative Montenegro" project signed: By end of 2020, EUR 1 million for creative industries, cultural heritage

Cooperation agreement on "Creative Montenegro" project signed: By end of 2020, EUR 1 million for creative industries, cultural heritage

Cetinje, Montenegro (14 June 2019) -- Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović and UNDP Resident Representative in Montenegro Daniela Gasparikova signed the agreement on cooperation between the two institutions within the project "Creative Montenegro - Economic Valorisation and Creative Industries" in Cetinje earlier today.

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13.06.2019.

Press release from 125th Cabinet session

Press release from 125th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (13 June 2019) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Draft Law on the Restriction of Usage of Tobacco Products. The Government also passed the Draft Law Amending the Law on Contributions for Compulsory Social Insurance, which proposes to reduce the rate of contributions for health insurance at the expense of the employer from 4.3 to 2.3%. The proposal, together with the increase in minimum wage, is part of a complete solution designed to improve the standard of employees, while at the same time not slowing the growth of employment and the competitiveness of the economy...

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