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22.01.2007.

World Bank News: Montenegro Joins The IMF And World Bank

Montenegro has joined the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, boosting each institution's total membership to 185 countries. /web.worldbank.org/...

27.12.2006.

INTERVIEW OF DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER FOR EUROPEAN INTEGRATIONS, PROF. DR. GORDANA ĐUROVIĆ FOR EIC BULLETIN

DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER FOR EUROPEAN INTEGRATIONS, PROF. DR. GORDANA ĐUROVIĆ

When Montenegro is ready for EU, Europe will be ready for us too

We are now done with a lot of work.The technical negotiations on theStabilisation and Association Agreementwere completed on 1 December in theFifth round of technical negotiations. Wehave agreed on and concluded all of the139 articles of the Agreement, all sevenprotocols and seven annexes. The EC haspresented this document to the EUMember States in Brussels on 13December. We are expecting to receivetheir positive answer by mid January, andthe member states have already been fol-lowing our negotiations through all of itsphases, said Deputy PM for European Integrations, Prof. Dr. Gordana Đurović in the interview for EIC Bulletin...

01.12.2006.

SE Times:BiH, Montenegro, Serbia to join Partnership for Peace

Wrapping up a two-day summit in Riga, leaders of the 26 NATO countries invited Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Montenegro and Serbia to join the Partnership for Peace (PfP) programme - a key step towards membership in the Alliance. "Taking into account the importance of long term stability in the Western Balkans and acknowledging the progress made so far by BiH, Montenegro and Serbia, we have today invited these three countries to join PfP and the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC)," the text of the Riga summit Declaration said.

28.11.2006.

Southeast European Times: Montenegro sets its sights high

With its spectacular coastline and rugged mountainous interior, Montenegro has great tourist potential. Now that the republic has gained independence from the former state union with Serbia, some say it could become the next Monaco. Examples abound -- one need only think of Greece, Portugal and Spain -- of the economic benefits arising from international tourism...

17.10.2006.

Southeast European Times: For Djukanovic, one chapter closes, another begins

After suggesting in September that he is tired of political life, Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic this month confirmed his decision to step down. On October 5th, he and Svetozar Marovic, the deputy head of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), both announced their resignations, saying it is time for "the affirmation of new people". They will, however, retain senior leadership posts in the DPS...

27.09.2006.

AFIS News Articles: Montenegro Wants to Join War on Terror; U.S. Ready to Help

PODGORICA, Montenegro, Sept. 26, 2006 The newly independent nation of Montenegro wants to participate in the global war on terror, and the United States stands ready to help after the first meeting between senior officials from both nations took place here today....../AFIS News Articles/

27.09.2006.

Guarian: Montenegro May Want in on Terror Fight

PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) - Montenegro's prime minister indicated to U.S. officials Tuesday a willingness to have the tiny country's military participate in the U.S.-led war on terror but made no commitment on troops..../Guardian unlimited/

27.09.2006.

Reuters: Rumsfeld in Montenegro to discuss NATO, war on terrorism

PODGORICA (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld arrived in Montenegro on Tuesday to discuss how the newly independent country could help in the war on terrorism.../Reuters/

27.09.2006.

Voice of America:Montenegro Pledges Support to US-Led War on Terror

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld met Tuesday with Montenegro's prime minister and received the former Yugoslav Republic's support for the U.S.-led war on terrorism.../Voice of America/

27.09.2006.

Peoples Daily Online: Rumsfeld pledges U.S. support for Montenegro's NATO membership

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld pledged on Tuesday in Podgorica that his country would give its full support for Montenegro's membership in NATO as well as its Partnership for Peace Program...
/Peoples Daily Online/