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01.10.2018.

Government will not allow any non-institutional interferance in economic citizenship programme, process will be implemented within institutions

Due to frequent inaccurate information, as well as unauthorised actions of individuals and companies regarding the intention of the Government of Montenegro to launch the programme of economic citizenship, we inform the public...

29.09.2018.

Prime Minister on results of Montenegro's economy: We are accomplishing what we announced - high growth rates mean new jobs, better standard of living

Prime Minister on results of Montenegro

New York, the USA (29 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said that according to the data published yesterday, the Montenegrin economy grew by 4.9% in the second quarter of 2018, which is the highest growth rate in the region and among the highest in Europe. This conforms the Government's the credibility and commitment to the economy growth, job creation and a better standard of living...

29.09.2018.

PM Marković about impressions from UN General Assembly session: Montenegro recognised throughout world as responsible state that promotes stability

PM Marković about impressions from UN General Assembly session: Montenegro recognised throughout world as responsible state that promotes stability

New York, the USA (29 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed satisfaction with the result of the participation of the Delegation of Montenegro at the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, saying at the end of the visit that the key characteristics of all the meetings he had as the head of the delegation is that Montenegro was recognised as a responsible member of the United Nations, which contributes to peace and promotes stability...

29.09.2018.

PM Markovic meets with UN top officials: Montenegro is based on principles underlying UN as well, you can count on us

PM Markovic meets with UN top officials: Montenegro is based on principles underlying UN as well, you can count on us

New York, the USA (29 September 2018) -- At the end of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Duško Marković met with top officials of the World Organisation, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and President-elect of the 73rd session Maria Fernanda Espinosa Garces, respectively...

28.09.2018.

PM Marković addresses UN General Assembly: Vision of today's Montenegro is focused on stability, prosperity of its citizens

PM Marković addresses UN General Assembly: Vision of today

New York, the USA (28 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković noted earlier today at the United Nations that Montenegro has progressed rapidly on the path of state-building based on the lofty democratic values over the past 12 years, since the restoration of independence, that it clearly and unequivocally confirmed its commitment to joint action within the UN system and that the country urges that problems in the world should be resolved through joint action within the United Nations and with the full implementation of the adopted multilateral agreements and the strengthening of the World Organisation's role...

28.09.2018.

PM Marković awarded with "Golden Medal" for contribution to restoration of Montenegro's independence

PM Marković awarded with "Golden Medal" for contribution to restoration of Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (28 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković was awarded with the "Golden Medal" and the statue "Il volto della poesia" for his contribution to the Montenegrin independence and the strengthening and promotion of the identity and culture of Montenegro. In the absence of Prime Minister Marković, Ion Deaconescu PhD.,President of Mihai Eminescu International Academy, handed the award to the Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović...

28.09.2018.

PM Marković meets with Montenegrin emigrants in the USA: multiethnic and multinational diaspora is our biggest asset, goal is not to send money home than to start businesses in Montenegro

PM Marković meets with Montenegrin emigrants in the USA: multiethnic and multinational diaspora is our biggest asset, goal is not to send money home than to start businesses in Montenegro

Prime Minister Duško Marković told the Montenegrin diaspora in the United States of America on Thursday that it made a great contribution to today's Montenegro, thanks to the diaspora today we have a country that we are proud of and that twice as many people from Montenegro live outside the country and that multiethnic and multireligious diaspora is the biggest strength of Montenegro that should be used not for sending money to the country but for development and investment...

27.09.2018.

Press release from 91st Cabinet session

Press release from 91st Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (27 September 2018) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet adopted the Ninth semi-annual report on the overall activities in the process of integration of Montenegro into the European Union for the period January - June 2018. The report, forwarded to the Parliament of Montenegro, contains basic information on the commitments undertaken in the context of the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement and the progress made in the negotiations, with a focus on chapters 23 and 24, the status of the negotiation process, as well as activities implemented in the context of political dialogue with the European Union...

27.09.2018.

PM Markovć at Socialist International's meeting: Values of multi-ethnic, multicultural harmony have won majority support in Montenegro, we are proud of that

PM Markovć at Socialist International

New York the USA (27 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković told a meeting of the Socialist International in New York that for more than two decades, a policy based on the values ​​of the Socialist International, namely peace, stability, coexistence, solidarity and multi-ethnic and multi-religious harmony, has been winning majority support in Montenegro...

27.09.2018.

PM Marković at UN: Montenegro has created institutional mechanism to provide effective response to problem of chronic non-communicable diseases

PM Marković at UN: Montenegro has created institutional mechanism to provide effective response to problem of chronic non-communicable diseases

New York, the USA (27 September 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said today at the United Nations that chronic non-communicable diseases (NCD) cause globally almost 80% of the population's mortality and that this trend is rising, and that the Government of Montenegro has adopted a number of strategic documents dealing with this issue with the aim of solving this problem. Montenegro has created an institutional mechanism to confirm the determination to provide an effective response to the problem of chronic non-communicable diseases.