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23.10.2018.

Honourary Committee of 75th ESU Board Meeting holds its second session: Montenegro is ready for largest gathering of students

Honourary Committee of 75th ESU Board Meeting holds its second session: Montenegro is ready for largest gathering of students The Honorary Committee of the 75th Board Meeting of the European Students’ Union, which will be held in Montenegro late November, noted at the second session that all undertaken obligations were successfully fulfilled, as well as the planned preparations for the high-quality organisation of the largest student gathering in Montenegro...

23.10.2018.

PM Marković, Estonian Ambassador Daniel Erik Schaer initiate transfer of experience in public administration digitalisation

PM Marković, Estonian Ambassador Daniel Erik Schaer initiate transfer of experience in public administration digitalisation

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 October 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted a farewell visit by Ambassador of Estonia to Montenegro Daniel Erik Schaer. It was concluded that the two friendly countries have established high-quality relations, which are strengthened by NATO's partnership...

19.10.2018.

PM Marković: Montenegro's budget is stable, warning sent to local governments

PM Marković: Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 October 2018) - Prime Minister Duško Marković told earlier today that generating unjustified costs coming as a result of irresponsibility of local governments and their businesses needs to be stopped, as this endangers the sustainability of the state budget...

17.10.2018.

PM Marković visits construction sites in Kolašin, Mojkovac: I am not criticising, but commending efforts, results achieved

PM Marković visits construction sites in Kolašin, Mojkovac: I am not criticising, but commending efforts, results achieved

Earlier today, during the regular monitoring of the implementation of development projects in the north of Montenegro, Prime Minister Duško Marković visited the construction site of the ski resorts Kolašin 1600 and Žarski in Mojkovac, which are part of the Special Purpose Spatial Plan for the «Bjelasica i Komovi« region, for whose development It is planned to spend EUR 60 million by 2020...

15.10.2018.

PM Marković: Montenegro has no list of people declared persona non grata, Metropolitan Amfilohije announces Patriarch Irinej's apology

PM Marković: Montenegro has no list of people declared persona non grata, Metropolitan Amfilohije announces Patriarch Irinej

Žabljak, Montenegro (15 October 2018) -- Montenegro has no list of persons declared persona non grata, Prime Minister Duško Marković said commenting on today's statement by the Serbian Patriarch. "I have had no opportunity to hear this statement by Patriarch Irinej. It is obviously quite different from the one he made during his previous visit," said Prime Minister Marković...

14.10.2018.

PM Marković to pay working visit to Žabljak on Monday

PM Marković to pay working visit to Žabljak on Monday

Prime Minister Duško Marković will pay a working visit to the Municipality of Žabljak on Monday, 15 October, during which he will open the road section Kuće Stijepovića – Savin Kuk and multipurpose pitch for small sports (worth almost EUR 90,000) and attend the first ride of an electric minibus worth more than EUR 50,000...

12.10.2018.

PM Marković hosts representatives of PPF Group: Mutual interest in cooperation, especially in areas of digital economy and transport

PM Marković hosts representatives of PPF Group: Mutual interest in cooperation, especially in areas of digital economy and transport

Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted representatives of PPF Group, which recently bought Telenor in Montenegro and in several countries in our region. During his meeting with Director of Telecommunications in PPF Group Ladislav Bartoníček and Telenor leaders in Montenegro – Chairman of the Board of Directors Mike Michel and General Manager Sandra Štajner, Prime Minister Marković expressed satisfaction with the presence of a renowned group in our market and expressed the Government's full readiness to cooperation in expanding business to other areas of mutual interest...

10.10.2018.

PM Marković: We are developing infrastructure to boost economy, create new jobs

PM Marković: We are developing infrastructure to boost economy, create new jobs

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 October 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković visited earlier today the completed section of the new road from Podgorica to Golubovci, funded by the Government and the Capital City of Podgorica, and on that occasion noted that the Government and the Capital City have invested more than EUR 100 million in development infrastructure projects over the past three years and that it was agreed to invest further EUR 200 million in the time to come...

10.10.2018.

PM Marković: State symbols must be respected in every country, Government will persist in applying proposed amendments to law

PM Marković: State symbols must be respected in every country, Government will persist in applying proposed amendments to law

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 October 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said that the Government will persist in applying the proposed amendments to the Law on State Symbols and the Statehood Day of Montenegro, that the country is doing what all serious and democratic countries do, and that whoever does not respect the state symbols will have to pay a penalty prescribed by the law...

09.10.2018.

PM Markovic: Freedom of media and safety of journalists are not condition for Montenegro's accession to EU, but its moral, democratic obligation

PM Markovic: Freedom of media and safety of journalists are not condition for Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (9 October 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said that the Montenegrin society lacks the courage of journalists to search for the truth, facts and evidence, as well as the courage of the public to hear and face what the journalists have founded out. He added that regardless of all these, it is absolutely unacceptable to endanger the personal safety of journalists as a method of resolving any misunderstandings and dissatisfaction...