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12.04.2018.

Press release from 72nd Cabinet session

Press release from 72nd Cabinet session Podgorica, Montenegro (12 April 2018) -- At today's 72nd session, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Report on the Implementation of the Programme of Work of the Government of Montenegro for the first quarter of 2018.n Today’s session passed the Regulation on the amount of financial assistance for foreigners seeking international protection of asylum seekers and foreigners under subsidiary protection. The regulation states that a foreigner seeking international protection, in exercising their right to settlement, may be granted financial assistance amounting to EUR 50 during their stay in the country...

12.04.2018.

Government fulfils 94% of its obligations in Q1 2018. PM Marković: We work in intense, committed and responsible manner

Government fulfils 94% of its obligations in Q1 2018. PM Marković: We work in intense, committed and responsible manner

Podgorica, Montenegro (12 April 2018) -- In the first quarter of 2018, the Government of Montenegro worked in intense, committed and responsible manner, Prime Minister Duško Marković said at today's Cabinet session regarding the adopted Report on the Implementation of the Program of Work of the Government of Montenegro for the first quarter of 2018, according to which the level of fulfilling obligations in the reporting period was 94%...

12.04.2018.

PM Marković opens Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje: Government will continue to invest significant funds in health facilities and equipment

PM Marković opens Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje: Government will continue to invest significant funds in health facilities and equipment

Cetinje, Montenegro (12 April 2018) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković opened today the Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje, worth more than EUR 220,000 and said that the Government and the Ministry of Health will continue to invest significant funds for the improvement of health facilities and medical equipment in order to provide the citizens with the best possible protection...

12.04.2018.

Montenegro is ready to contribute to strengthening of European system of human rights protection

Montenegro is ready to contribute to strengthening of European system of human rights protection

Copenhagen, Denmark (12 April 2018) -- The unique system of European human rights protection is a product of common values that we, as Europeans, are obliged to develop, nurture and protect, as a guarantee of freedom and European quality of life, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin said today, addressing the ministers of justice of the member states of the Council of Europe...

11.04.2018.

DPM Simović opens Home for Elderly in Pljevlja: Our task is to take best possible care of the elderly

DPM Simović opens Home for Elderly in Pljevlja: Our task is to take best possible care of the elderly

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 April 2018) -- Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović opened earlier today the Home for the Elderly in Pljevlja. He said on that occasion that the care for children, the elderly and those in need of help is a particularly important task for every government and for every state, and that only the societies that care about these categories of the population have a chance to progress...

11.04.2018.

PM Marković hosts Dr. Alice: Donation of resonance for children's diagnosis is more than gesture of humanity, it shows your attitude to our country

PM Marković hosts Dr. Alice: Donation of resonance for children

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 April 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted Dr. Nicholas Alice and his business partners on occasion of yesterday's handover of a new magnetic resonance device, worth over EUR 500.000, to the Institute for Children’s Diseases of the Clinical Centre of Montenegro, of which 400,000 euros is a donation provided by Dr. Alice...

10.04.2018.

PM Marković meets with graduates of Medresa: Quality education is best guarantee of respect for each other in multi-confessional Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 April 2018) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković told teachers, employees and graduates of Medresa "Mehmed Fatih" from Tuzi that the Government has been designing an education system for years, which will enable every student to acquire knowledge necessary for success in a professional career. He added that there is no better preparation for life in multi-confessional Montenegro than education that represents the best guarantee of respect for each other...

10.04.2018.

Minister of Science visits first Institute in Europe for hadron cancer therapy using Ion HIT in Heidelberg

Minister of Science visits first Institute in Europe for hadron cancer therapy using Ion HIT in Heidelberg

Minister of Science Dr. Sanja Damjanović paid an official visit to the Institute of Hadron Therapy HIT (Heavy ion therapy) in Heidelberg, the first project implemented in Europe, which has been successfully working since 2009. The program was organized by the Ministry of Science. The aim of the visit was to talk with the technical director, Dr. Thomas Haberer, in order to obtain information on the possible advanced technical specification of the future International Institute in South East Europe (SEEIIST), for which during this second meeting of the Steering Committee held in Tirana by unanimous decision, this option was chosen...

07.04.2018.

PM Marković wishes happy Easter: United and turned to closest ones, not against each other, we will do more for our community and state

Prime Minister Duško Marković, on behalf of the Government and in his own name, wished to all citizens of Orthodox faith one of the greatest Christian holidays –Easter, with the desire to spend the holidays in health and personal happiness, surrounded by the closest ones...

06.04.2018.

PM Marković wishes happy Ulcinj’s Municipality Day: Investing in building high class hotel will contribute to creating new jobs

"Development perspective of your city is encouraging, but it also obliges us to take a responsible approach in order to rapidly and sustainably make the best use of the potential of the city and address infrastructure issues. The enviable tourist tradition of Ulcinj is a reliable basis for further strengthening of the economy and attracting prominent investors. Investing in the construction of a high class hotel will enrich the tourist offer of the city and contribute to creating new jobs," the Prime Minister’s congratulatory letter reads...