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29.05.2018.

PM Marković meets ambassadors of Višegrad Group: We will be even more efficient in meeting EU agenda in new circumstances of full political stability

PM Marković meets ambassadors of Višegrad Group: We will be even more efficient in meeting EU agenda in new circumstances of full political stability Podgorica, Montenegro (29 May 2017) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said earlier today at a meeting with ambassadors of the Višegrad Group that the presidential and local elections have shown that Montenegro is stable on its European and Euro-Atlantic paths, and that in the new circumstances of a full political stability of the society, the Government will strengthen the efficiency of its work on the European agenda...

25.05.2018.

PM Marković: Žabljak is one of largest construction sites in Montenegro, with new jobs and new values

PM Marković: Žabljak is one of largest construction sites in Montenegro, with new jobs and new values

After visiting works on the road section to the Savin Kuk ski resort, Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed satisfaction with the implementation of this and other valuable projects, adding that Žabljak is one of the largest construction sites in Montenegro where new jobs will be created, as well as new value for our country...

24.05.2018.

PM Marković to open reconstructed Cultural Centre in Pljevlja

Podgorica, Montenegro(24 May 2018) - - Prime Minister Duško Marković will open reconstructed Culture Centre on Friday, 25 May 2018, in Pljevlja at 12:00. After the ceremony, Prime Minister Marković, Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović and Mayor of Pljevlja Mirko Djačić will publish press statements...

23.05.2018.

PM Marković hosts Leitner's owner: We got great partner for one of our strategic development projects in North

PM Marković hosts Leitner

Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted Martin Leitner, the owner of the Italian company Leitner, which is responsible for construction of a EUR 4 million worth ropeway from Podvrh to Đalović Cave and a EUR 8 million worth 6-seater ropeway at the location of Cmiljača...

22.05.2018.

PM Marković meets with Matthew Palmer: Montenegro continues to progress strongly, even more intense efforts in field of rule of law are expected in future

PM Marković meets with Matthew Palmer: Montenegro continues to progress strongly, even more intense efforts in field of rule of law are expected in future

Prime Minister Duško Marković met with Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State of the United States Matthew Palmer on the sidelines of To Be Secure Forum in Budva. The main topic of the meeting was the European perspective of Montenegro and the Region, as well as the overall progress of Montenegro in the reform process...

22.05.2018.

PM Marković opens 2BS Forum: Montenegro is on stable path, but Balkans is still ''unfinished job''

PM Marković opens 2BS Forum: Montenegro is on stable path, but Balkans is still

Prime Minister Duško Marković has said, opening the Forum To Be Secure in Budva, that Montenegro is on the irreversible and stable path of future EU member, which we have long been pointing out for, but Balkans is still "unfinished business", burdened with problems, therefore, by addressing open issues in the Region, encouraging good trends and implementing reforms, we should take advantage of the recent renewal of interest in this part of the world in both Brussels and Washington. Montenegro is on the irreversible and stable path that has long been drawn without dilemma. But the Balkans region is still "unfinished business"...

19.05.2018.

PM Marković at reception on occasion of Independence Day: Montenegro, 12 years since independence restoration, positions itself as stability factor in Region

PM Marković at reception on occasion of Independence Day: Montenegro, 12 years since independence restoration, positions itself as stability factor in Region

"Montenegro positioned itself as an important factor of stability, promoting dialogue and tolerance, building bridges and creating and environment in which all of us shall be less turned to the past, and look more towards the future. Thus, even as the smallest country of the region, Montenegro has given the greatest contribution to the Balkan stability, aware that there is no progress without stability; there is no joining to the developed European states; there is no economic recovery nor better life for our citizens," the Prime Minister said in his address at the reception which he organised on the occasion of Independence Day...

19.05.2018.

DPM Simović takes part in ministerial conference on World Bee Day: Global response to bee protection

DPM Simović takes part in ministerial conference on World Bee Day: Global response to bee protection

The high government representatives of 20 countries, including Montenegro, agreed today at the gathering held in Brdo near Kranj in Slovenia that an urgent, comprehensive and effective joint reaction is needed in order to protect the bees, bearing in mind their importance for sustainable agriculture, food safety and nutrition, as well as environmental protection...

18.05.2018.

PM Marković in Ulcinj: This is victory of modern vision of development of Montenegro's tourism and economy

PM Marković in Ulcinj: This is victory of modern vision of development of Montenegro

Ulcinj, Montenegro (18 May 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković said in Ulcinj that new resorts like Holiday Villages Montenegro are positioning Montenegro at the top of world's tourism, that the impressive investment project that enriched the area of the Great Beach in Ulcinj suggests that the Great Beach and probably Ada will be a new high-quality tourist destination, adding he is hopeful that this example, which promises hundreds of new jobs, will be an incentive for new successful projects...

18.05.2018.

PM Marković takes part in session of Vienna Economic Forum in Sofia: Western Balkans will enrich, not jeopardize EU

PM Marković takes part in session of Vienna Economic Forum in Sofia: Western Balkans will enrich, not jeopardize EU

Prime Minister Duško Marković said today in Sofia that the countries of the Western Balkans are intensively cooperating, that leaders meet regularly, that the traditional perception of investors and investments is changing, and therefore the whole region cannot be a threat to the European Union, but it will only enrich the EU with its membership...