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12.09.2006.

Globe and Mail: Montenegro PM aiming for an economic boom

Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic set his sights on an economic development boom for Montenegro yesterday after cruising to re-election in the country he led to independence four months ago...

12.09.2006.

CNN International.com: Montenegro PM in easy victory

Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic easily won re-election on Sunday, repeating the success he scored in a May referendum that led the former Yugoslav republic to independence. The vote cleared the decks for what he says will be a period of "comprehensive reforms to adapt our standards to those of the European Union (and) keep the interest of foreign investors"....../CNN.com/

11.09.2006.

Euro News: First election for independent Montenegro

The people of Montenegro go to the polls today in the country's first general election since it declared independence three months ago. Polls suggest voters will overwhelmingly back the leaders who cut them loose from Serbia and that will spell victory for the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic. He is hoping his coalition with the Social Democratic Party will lead to an absolute majority in parliament to cap their victory in May's independence referendum...

04.09.2006.

International Herald Tribune:EU President Finland supports Montenegro's drive to join the bloc

Milo Djukanovic of Montenegro arrived in Helsinki earlier Friday for talks on his country's relations with the EU and the negotiations over Kosovo's postwar status. Djukanovic said EU membership was a foreign policy priority for his tiny nation of 620,000 people.

04.09.2006.

People`s Daily Online - Xinhua: Montenegro's president, PM meet Chinese state councilor on relations

Montenegro's President Filip Vujanovic and Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic have agreed with visiting Chinese State Councilor Tang Jiaxuan to further promote bilateral ties...

31.08.2006.

Interpol media release: Interpol Secretary General visits 100th country

PODGORICA, Montenegro Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble met with senior Montenegrin officials on a two-day mission, making the newly created country the 100th he has visited since becoming Secretary General..../www.interpol.int/

20.07.2006.

Noticias.info :Montenegro Becomes 179th ILO Member State

Noticias.info
Published 19/07/2006

The Republic of Montenegro has become the 179th Member State of the International Labour Organization (ILO) following receipt in Geneva of a letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Miodrag Vlahovic, stating, on behalf of the government, that the Republic of Montenegro formally accepts the obligations of the ILO Constitution...

19.07.2006.

Noticias.info objavljuje: Montenegrin Foreign Minister welcomes broad and durable mandate for new OSCE Mission

"We believe that the recently adopted mandate for the OSCE Mission to Montenegro, which encompasses all three dimensions of the OSCE - human, politico-military and economic and environmental - is broad enough to provide OSCE assistance and involvement in all important spheres of Montenegrin society...''

10.07.2006.

The Financial Times: Europe's undiscovered playground

By Eric Jansson

Published: June 24 2006

Fearsome black crags jut up toward the belly of our aircraft as we float in the direction of Podgorica, capital city of Montenegro, the world's newest sovereign state. From the air, it looks treacherous. A strange, bent universe of limestone spans the horizon: the Dinaric Alps. Weirdly shaped monoliths here and there break off into deep canyons, then rise again as highlandplateaux. Many call this magnificent former Yugoslav republic a Mediterranean paradise...

29.06.2006.

Viet Nam News: State recognises Montenegro

The Government of Viet Nam, with the desire to strengthen the friendly relationship and co-operation between Viet Nam and Montenegro to contribute to peace and security in the world, has recognised the Republic of Mongtenegro as an independent and sovereign State...