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22.03.2018.

Montenegro's Cabinet Session

Montenegro At today's 69th session, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković, the Government of Montenegro adopted the Draft Law on Sports, in acordance with the defined programme priorities. This law regulates activiies of public interest in the field of sports, rights and obligations of natural persons in sport, the way of establishment and work, as well as procedures for the termination of the work of sports organisations. The Draft Law prescribes provisions regulating children's, school, student and recreational sports, finalises the legal provisions on top athlets and prescribes the obligation to create a Categorisation of Sports, with defined criteria...

22.03.2018.

Press release from 69th Cabinet Session

Press release from 69th Cabinet Session

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 March 2018) -- Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurković publicly invited Montenegrin companies to propose to the Expert Negotiating team of the Government their conditions and models for participation in the construction of other sections of the Bar – Boljare motorway, on the principles of public-private partnership...

22.03.2018.

PM Marković meets with Head of OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission

PM Marković meets with Head of OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 March 2018) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković hosted earlier today the Head of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE/ODIHR) Election Observation Mission Cayetana De Zulueta Owtram...

22.03.2018.

Ministry of Public Administration to hold additional public consultations on key regulations of importance for work of NGOs

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 March 2018) -- In order to further strengthen the institutional mechanisms of cooperation between the Government and NGOs, the Ministry of Public Administration started the process of additional public consultations for two key regulations in this area, namely the Draft Regulation on the election of NGO representatives to the working bodies of the state administration and the holding of a public debate when drafting laws and strategies, and the Draft Decisions on the Council for cooperation between state administration and NGOs...

21.03.2018.

Prime Minister Marković: Montenegro is expecting financial support for priority infrastructure projects

Prime Minister Marković: Montenegro is expecting financial support for priority infrastructure projects

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 March 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said during the Questions to the Prime Minister session in the Parliament earlier today that he is expecting financial support from the European Union for the country's priority infrastructure projects, as they are of common interest both for the region and a broader perspective of joining the EU...

21.03.2018.

DPM Simović on IPA Water Capacity Building Project: Important step in field of water resources management

DPM Simović on IPA Water Capacity Building Project: Important step in  field of water resources management

The project "Strengthening the Capacity for Implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Montenegro", was presented today in Podgorica, which met 22nd March- World Water Day. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Milutin Simović assessed, this project represents an important step in areas of water resources management in Montenegro. It is a project supported by the IPA 2014 pre-accession funds in the amount of EUR 1.9 million implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture in co-operation with the European Commission. DPM Simović said that the realization of the project will improve water quality standards, improve the current state of water resource information and define models for sustainable water management in line with European Union standards...

21.03.2018.

Montenegro expects support from EU member states for reforms to finalise the negotiation process

Montenegro expects support from EU member states for reforms to finalise the negotiation process

In addressing representatives of EU member states today in Brussels, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin said that Montenegro, based on quality reforms, as well as building trust and cooperation within NATO, expects the EU support for reforms to successfully conclude the negotiating process. "These expectations, apart from the quality and good dynamics of our reforms, are based on the fact that we have built strong ties of trust and solidarity with our European partners by joining NATO and overcoming the recent serious security temptation," emphasised DPM Pažin...

21.03.2018.

PM Marković in interview with RTCG: Everything my Government is doing is result of plan and vision

PM Marković in interview with RTCG: Everything my Government is doing is result of plan and vision

Prime Minister Duško Marković gave today his first interview to the national broadcaster (RTCG), since becoming the Prime Minister. In a conversation with editor-in-chief RTCG's Channel 1, Aleksandar Mirković, the Prime Minister said that the Government made serious and good results in the first year and that everything that the Government is doing is in line with the plan and vision whose main goal is the valorisation of development resources and economically viable, stable and developed Montenegro where the standard of living of citizens will be significantly higher...

20.03.2018.

DPM Pažin: Montenegro seeks support from European partners to begin final stage of its strategic European path

DPM Pažin: Montenegro seeks support from European partners to begin final stage of its strategic European path

In addressing members of the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) today in Brussels, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin expressed the expectation that good quality of internal reforms, with a high degree of support from European partners, will bring Montenegro to the final stage of its strategic European path – the phase of closing negotiating chapters...

20.03.2018.

Montenegro is ready to open remaining chapters and enter final phase of EU accession

Montenegro is ready to open remaining chapters and enter final phase of EU accession

Montenegro is ready to open the remaining three negotiating chapters this year and to fully devote itself to fulfilling the conditions for completing the negotiations in all negotiating chapters in the coming period, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin said at today's meeting with the European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn at the headquarters of the European Commission in Brussels...