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17.05.2018.

SOFIA: PM Marković meets with World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva

SOFIA: PM Marković meets with World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva During the meeting, the Prime Minister thanked the World Bank for the current development support, which among other things, contributed to our last year's strong economic growth of 4.4 percent. The Prime Minister especially emphasised the importance of World Bank's support in the fiscal consolidation process in Montenegro and the recently signed policy-based guarantee in the amount of EUR 80 million...

17.05.2018.

SOFIA: Prime Ministers of Montenegro, Netherlands agree on enhanced dialogue on continuing our integration into EU

SOFIA: Prime Ministers of Montenegro, Netherlands agree on enhanced dialogue on continuing our integration into EU

Sofia, Bulgaria (17 May 2018) -- Prime Ministers of Montenegro and the Netherlands, Duško Marković and Mark Rutte, agreed today at a meeting held in Sofia on the sidelines of the EU – Western Balkans Summit to be in an enhanced dialogue in order to exchange information on a regular basis, especially on the subject of our European integration process...

16.05.2018.

PM Marković visits construction site of Motorway: I expect additional efforts and commitment from all entities involved in Montenegrin historical construction project

PM Marković visits construction site of Motorway: I expect additional efforts and commitment from all entities involved in Montenegrin historical construction project

During today's visit to the construction site of the priority section of the Motorway, Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković expressed his satisfaction with the works carried out so far and requested additional efforts and commitment from all the entities involved in the project so that the activities were even more intensive, and our most important infrastructure project was completed as soon as possible and at the highest level of quality...

16.05.2018.

Deputy Prime Minister Simović in Novi Sad: Relations are excellent, businessmen, entrepreneurs to be creative, brave and innovative

Deputy Prime Minister Simović in Novi Sad: Relations are excellent, businessmen, entrepreneurs to be creative, brave and innovative

Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović announced today in Novi Sad that Serbia is the first and most important partner in terms of trade exchange, so that it is the result of good political and overall bilateral relations between the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro. DPM Simović invited businessmen and entrepreneurs to be brave, innovative, creative and to build pillars of further development of the economies of the two countries...

16.05.2018.

Novi Sad: Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović meet with Prime Minister of Province of Vojvodina Igor Mirović

Novi Sad: Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović meet with Prime Minister of  Province of Vojvodina Igor Mirović

Deputy Prime Minister Milutin Simović, President of the Chamber of Commerce Vlastimir Golubović and Montenegrin General Consul in Serbia Miodrag Kankaraš, met with the President of the Provincial Government of Vojvodina Igor Mirović and the delegation of the Vojvodina Chamber of Commerce. During the meeting, the possibilities of improving the economic cooperation between Montenegro and Vojvodina were considered...

16.05.2018.

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin to Denmark’s Politiken: Montenegro will be ready for EU by 2025

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin to Denmark’s Politiken: Montenegro will be ready for EU by 2025

In an interview to Politiken, ahead of the EU-Western Balkans Summit, DPM Pažin speaks about Montenegro’s reasons for wanting to join the EU, when it will be ready, about geopolitical and security challenges, progress in EU integration, fight against corruption and organized crime and other topics...

15.05.2018.

European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg rules in favour of Montenegro

In the case of Vujović v. Montenegro, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg found that there had been no violation of Article 6, paragraph 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Court's judgement is of particular importance due to the fact that in the specific case the European Court did not reject application based on procedural grounds of inadmissibility, it already entered the merits of the case and found that the State of Montenegro did not violate the applicant's right...

15.05.2018.

Montenegro set to contribute to European security cooperation

Montenegro set to contribute to European security cooperation

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 May 2018) -- As a future EU member, Montenegro is determined to contribute to the joint fight of the EU countries against organised crime and violent extremism, but it also expects EU assistance in fighting international security risks reflected in Montenegro, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin emphasised at a meeting with officials of the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the European Commission...

15.05.2018.

PM Marković at signing of contract for construction of two chairlifts in northern region worth EUR 12 million: You see that we deliver on our promises

PM Marković at signing of contract for construction of two chairlifts in northern region worth EUR 12 million: You see that we deliver on our promises

Bijelo Polje, Montenegro (15 May 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said earlier today in Bijelo Polje at the signing of the contract for the construction of two chairlifts worth EUR 12 million that these projects and this impressive investment will change Bijelo Polje, this region and Montenegro, and that the Government will do it best to ensure that the contract is executed within the set deadlines...

15.05.2018.

Montenegro pays first EUR 68.9 million tranche to A2A

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 May 2018) -- Government of Montenegro paid the first tranche of EUR 68.9 million to the Italian company A2A, thus acquiring 17.252.885 shares in the Electric Power Industry of Montenegro (EPCG). With 57.01% ownership in the EPCG, the State reaches 70.16% and virtually returns its ownership stake in the company to the level before the partial privatisation and recapitalisation in 2009.