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11.03.2011. EP hails Montenegro's progress in EU integration EP hails Montenegro STRASBOURG, France - Members of the European Parliament (EP) adopted a resolution Wednesday (March 9th) praising Montenegro's progress in its EU integration process, but also voicing concern about corruption levels...


CorD: I speak Montenegrin - Igor Luksic, Prime Minister of Montenegro

CorD: I speak Montenegrin -  Igor Luksic, Prime Minister of Montenegro

Despite being at the helm of government for only two months, Igor Lukšić, the Prime Minister of Montenegro(, talks in an exclusive interview with CorD about his first informal visit to Belgrade, and the relationship between the once close countries...


The Telegraph: Milos - Classical guitar has a new hero

Listening to the debut album by guitarist Miloš Karadaglić, you find yourself wondering where on earth the classical guitar has been lately. As he moves from haunting compositions by Tarrega, Albeniz and Granados to the more abstract shapes of Carlo Domeniconi’s Koyunbaba suite, it’s as if Karadaglic is shining a brilliant light on the entire heritage of his instrument...


AFP: Montenegro emerges from recession, needs reforms: IMF

Montenegro's economy has emerged from recession but the government has to accelerate reforms in order to continue a positive growth, an IMF official said Tuesday. "Montenegro has emerged from the crisis and recession but now faces a twin-task -- one tackling still heavy legacy burdens and accelerating forward-looking reforms," Gerwin Bell, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission visiting Montenegro told reporters...


Interview of Prime Minister Igor Luksic to Reuters

PODGORICA, Jan 21 (Reuters) - European Union candidate member Montenegro will fight corruption as called for by Brussels but current government members are unlikely to face prosecution, the new prime minister said on Friday...


Prime Minister Igor Luksic's interview to Reuters: Montenegro mulls IMF loan, new Eurobond issue

PODGORICA, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Montenegro may turn to the IMF for a debut precautionary loan and issue another Eurobond in the next few months, its new prime minister said on Friday, as it seeks new investors abroad to bolster its economic recovery...


The Independent: Step carefully as you walk on the wild side

In Durmitor National Park, in north Montenegro, which is famous for the beauty of its mountains, there is a walk marked on tourist maps which leads through thick forest way up into the clouds, skirts the peaks of two mountains, and swings around and down back to where it began at the Black Lake, close to where communist partisans had their base in the Second World War. The official advice is that you do not need mountaineering experience, but you need to be careful...


The Telegraph: Montenegro - hiking to the heights of satisfaction

There was a moment some 7,000 feet up Kom Vasojevicki, a rough-hewn peak in the Komovi massif, when I wondered if we were both going to die. Here we were, alone on the rubble-strewn shoulder of a forbidding mountain in the highlands of Montenegro, not far from Albania but some distance beyond the point of no return...


The Washington Post: Montenegro has a new government

Lawmakers in Montenegro have approved a new prime minister and his government after last week's resignation of veteran premier Milo Djukanovic...


Bloomberg: Montenegrin Parliament Approves Luksic as New Prime Minister

Montenegro’s parliament approved Igor Luksic as the country’s new premier, taking over from Milo Djukanovic who retired after leading the tiny Adriatic republic for two decades...