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19.02.2018.

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2018) -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin informed representatives of national broadcaster RTCG and national media regulator, namely President of the RTCG Council Vladimir Pavićević, RTCG Director General Andrijana Kadija, President of the Council of the Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) Ranko Vujović, and Director of the AEM Abaz Džafić, about the basic intentions of the Government when proposing amendments to the Law on RTCG, an activity scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2018 by the Government’s Annual Programme of Work...

19.02.2018.

Government and Prime Minister respect Anti-Corruption Agency's decision

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković and the Government of Montenegro support the work of the Anti-Corruption Agency and respect its decisions, recognising not only the systemic role, but also the wider significance of the Agency in the context of Montenegro's obligations...

17.02.2018.

Foreign Minister Darmanović takes part in Munich Security Conference

Munich, Germany (17 February 2018) -- Minister of Foreign Srđan Darmanović took part in the work of the Munich Security Conference, the largest and most prestigious international security forum, which focused this year on political and security challenges facing Europe and the world: the preservation of the existing international order, fight against terrorism and radicalism, strengthening of cyber - security, deterring hybrid attacks and preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons...

16.02.2018.

PM Marković expresses condolences on death of Prof. Dr. Ljubomir Sekulić

On behalf of the Government and on his own behalf, Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed deepest condolences to the Association of the National-Liberation War and Anti-Fascists of Montenegro and to the family of deceased Prof. Dr. Ljubomir Sekulić, Honourary President of the Association...

16.02.2018.

Cabinet holds Special session on European agenda - fulfillment of obligations from integration process is duty of all segments of society

Cabinet holds Special session on European agenda - fulfillment of obligations from integration process is duty of all segments of society

The Government of Montenegro held a special session today on obligations from the European agenda. President of the Supreme Court of Montenegro Vesna Medenica, Supreme State Prosecutor of Montenegro and President of the Prosecutorial Council Ivica Stanković, President of the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Montenegro Adrijan Vuksanović and Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro Aivo Orav attended the session, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković...

16.02.2018.

PM Marković: In Kosovo, I worked on creating environment for ratification of border agreement, Montenegro shows it is not selfish and rigid

PM Marković: In Kosovo, I worked on creating environment for ratification of border agreement, Montenegro shows it is not selfish and rigid

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 February 2018) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković said that he has worked in Kosovo in recent days on issues that led to today's joint statement by President of Montenegro and Kosovo, Filip Vujanović and Hashim Thaci, which opens up space in Kosovo for the ratification of the State Border Agreement between Montenegro and the Republic of Kosovo...

16.02.2018.

Minister Bošković participates in Munich Security Conference

Minister Bošković participates in Munich Security Conference

Defense Minister Predrag Bošković participates in the 54th Munich Security Conference, which takes place from 16 to 18 February 2018. During the Munich Security Conference, which brought together many senior officials, there were many important topics covering issues of combating terrorism and radicalism, preventing proliferation of nuclear weapons, the role of technology in democracy, as well as the issues of development of EU and NATO security cooperation...

16.02.2018.

Sofia: Importance of further commitment to enlargement policy and support to candidate countries in process of EU accession

Sofia: Importance of further commitment to enlargement policy and support to candidate countries in process of EU accession

Sofia, Bulgaria (16 February 2018) -- Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović participated today in Sofia at informal meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of EU Member States and Candidates (Gymnich) within the Bulgarian presidency of the EU, and the main topic was cooperation in the field of security and defence...

15.02.2018.

Montenegro's Cabinet Session

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Podgorica, Montenegro (15 February 2018) -- At today's 62nd session, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković, the Government of Montenegro adopted the Work Programme of the Government for 2018...

15.02.2018.

Minister Bošković meets with Canadian and Croatian counterparts Sajjan and Krstičević

Minister Bošković meets  with Canadian and Croatian counterparts Sajjan and Krstičević

two-day North Atlantic Council (NAC) at the headquarters of the NATO in Brussels ended today. On the second day of the meeting, the ministers have analyzed the results achieved so far on strengthening the collective defense of the Alliance. Significantly significant progress has been made with regard to the implementation of decisions taken at summits in Wels and Warsaw. The meeting also focused on the further realization of individual activities envisaged by the concept of defense and deterrence... ...