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20.07.2016.

DPM Lazović in interview with CdM portal: We are waiting for arguments by opposition ministers

Deputy Prime Minister Lazović: "The reason why it is not possible to postpone the agreement is that we would lose the possibility of providing funds for the construction of the Block II of the Thermal Power Plant Pljevlja, as the Czech Export Bank will not be able to finance thermal power plants projects with an installed capacity of less than 300 MW after 1 January 2017..."

18.07.2014.

The Independent: Montenegro: A deep-water destination for deep pockets

The Independent: Montenegro: A deep-water destination for deep pockets

There are a lot of people trying to sell you Montenegro. Kotor Bay, an inlet on its short Adriatic coast, is possibly the most heavily marketed corner of Europe at the moment. But the one person who really sold me on the place wasn't a hotelier, a developer, a billionaire investor, or a real-estate mogul, but a marine biologist...

03.06.2014.

The New York Times: Sprucing Up a Balkan Bay

TIVAT, Montenegro — A boom in luxury marina construction in the past five years is helping to clean up the environmental blight of disused naval bases and shipyards in Montenegro, the smallest of the six republics that formerly made up Yugoslavia...

25.07.2011.

The Travel Word: Raw Nature Revealed in Montenegro: Podgorica Ecotourism

The Travel Word: Raw Nature Revealed in Montenegro: Podgorica Ecotourism

While Thailand or New Zealand frequently make headlines by virtue of their natural wonders, one small corner of the Balkans has slipped below the radar for years. Set against the deep blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, Podgorica, Montenegro, is home to some of the most stunning gorges, peaks, rivers and valleys in Europe, if not the world. Even better, thanks to its relative distance from the tourist track, its centuries-old culture and traditions have remained largely intact...

06.06.2011.

FT.com: A star reborn

FT.com: A star reborn

Back in 1968 Paris Match rated Sveti Stefan one of the top 10 hotels in the world. Quite an achievement for a government-owned property in communist Yugoslavia, albeit a spectacularly picturesque one converted from a 15th-century fortified fishing village set on a rocky islet just off the coast of Montenegro. Inevitably its fortunes waned as Yugoslavia broke up and went to war. And by 2003, when I first stayed there, it was fairly dilapidated...

24.05.2011.

The Independent: 2011's tourism hotspots: What to do in Montenegro

The Independent: 2011

With 270km of Adriatic coast, Montenegro represents one of the most unique visitor opportunities in the world - a place where the country's early history is still being written, close enough to be a viable holiday destination for Europeans, and a safe place to visit...

19.05.2011.

Breaking Travel News: WTTC Summit 2011 – Montenegro set to be world’s fastest growing tourism economy

Breaking Travel News: WTTC Summit 2011 – Montenegro set to be world’s fastest growing tourism economy

Montenegro will be the fastest growing travel & tourism economy in the world over the next ten years with regard to travel & tourism’s contribution to GDP and employment, according to the latest economic impact research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and Oxford Economics...

18.03.2011.

Travelista: Four reasons why Montenegro is hot right now

Travelista: Four reasons why Montenegro is hot right now

Looking for somewhere warm to head to for our winter that will surprise you? Montenegro offers something for everyone is this packed little country – natural wonders away from the hordes, a plethora of beaches, gorgeous historic towns – all at cheaper price...

14.03.2011.

Balkan.com: Montenegro is a rising start in tourism

Balkan.com: Montenegro is a rising start in tourism

“Montenegro sees one of the most impressive improvements this year out of all countries,” reads the World Economic Forum’s “Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011..."

14.03.2011.

BBC: MEPs call for EU membership talks with Montenegro

BBC: MEPs call for EU membership talks with Montenegro

The EU has been urged to open membership talks with Montenegro as soon as possible, during a debate on 8 March 2011 on its future accession prospects. In November 2009 the European Commission said that the EU should grant candidate status to the ex-Yugoslav republic...