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26.07.2018.

Competitiveness Council to hold its third session on Friday

The Competitiveness Council, chaired by the President of the Council, Prime Minister Duško Marković, will hold its third session on Friday, 27 July 2018, starting at 11:00 am...

26.07.2018.

PM Marković congratulates citizens of Plav on Municipality Day: Government is firmly committed to developing North and Plav

"It is a great pleasure for me to welcome this year's holiday in the environment of economic progress, when after the last year's growth rate, which was one of the largest in Europe, we register the continuation of the trend of economic growth at a rate of 4.5% in the first quarter of this year. All this would not have been possible if there had not been a strong contribution of the minority nations to numerous political and development achievements of Montenegro," PM Marković said in his congratulatory message to President of the Municipality of Plav Orhan Šahmanović...

26.07.2018.

PM Marković hosts Ambassador Chervenyakov: Montenegro is grateful to Bulgaria for supporting NATO and EU integration, and to PM Borissov for focusing on WB

PM Marković hosts Ambassador Chervenyakov: Montenegro is grateful to Bulgaria for supporting NATO and EU integration, and to PM Borissov for focusing on WB

Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted a farewell visit by Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria Mladen Chervenyakov. PM Marković thanked Ambassador Chervenyakov for his commitment to improving bilateral relations between Montenegro and Bulgaria, supporting our country in its NATO integration and affirmation of Montenegro as the next member of the European Union...

25.07.2018.

PM Marković: We will not answer Serbian church using more offensive language, but nobody will force us to change our fundamental policies

PM Marković: We will not answer Serbian church using more offensive language, but nobody will force us to change our fundamental policies

Podgorica, Montenegro (25 July 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković described the statement made by Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church Irinej as unacceptable and disgraceful, stressing that Montenegro will not use more offensive language, but will continue to build its dignity. He added that Montenegro will not review its decision on membership in # NATO, or revoke recognition of the countries it has recognised, nor will anyone stop its path towards EU and its decision to build the country on the basis of multiethnicity and multiconfessionalism...

25.07.2018.

PMs Marković, Dăncilă: We wish success to Romania during its upcoming presidency of EU Council and we are thankful because Montenegro and WB are high on your agenda

PMs Marković, Dăncilă: We wish success to Romania during its upcoming presidency of EU Council and we are thankful because Montenegro and WB are high on your agenda

Prime Minister Duško Marković hosted today Prime Minister of Romania Vasilica Viorica Dăncilă, who is paying an official visit to Montenegro. Following very successful official talks, PM Marković said that Montenegro, in the first year of its NATO membership, proved to be a credible ally who intends to continue in the same direction, well-thought-out and strategically, and took the opportunity to congratulate Romania on its first forthcoming presidency of the Council of the European Union...

24.07.2018.

Romanian PM Dăncilă to pay official visit to Montenegro on Wednesday

Romanian PM Dăncilă to pay official visit to Montenegro on Wednesday

Prime Minister of Romania Vasilica-Viorica Dăncilă will arrive tomorrow for an official visit to Montenegro at the invitation of Prime Minister Duško Marković...

24.07.2018.

PMs Marković, Orban: Montenegrin-Hungarian relations are at highest level characterised by alliance in NATO, EU integration cooperation

PMs Marković, Orban: Montenegrin-Hungarian relations are at highest level characterised by alliance in NATO, EU integration cooperation

Podgorica, Montenegro (24 July 2018) -- Prime Ministers of Montenegro and Hungary, Duško Marković and Viktor Orban, told a press conference following their official talks in Podgorica earlier today that relations between the two countries are at the highest level, characterised by the alliance in NATO, European integration cooperation and the extraordinary room for investing in the Montenegrin economy...

23.07.2018.

PM Marković receives Mostar Peace Connection Award: I dedicate this award to citizens of Mostar and BiH as well as to every citizen of region who wants to look into future

PM Marković receives Mostar Peace Connection Award: I dedicate this award to citizens of Mostar and BiH as well as to every citizen of region who wants to look into future

Prime Minister Duško Marković was awarded with the traditional international award Mostar Peace Connection in Mostar on Monday evening, which was also awarded to Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras, posthumously to the first President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Antonio Cassese, Judge of this Court Carmel Agius, journalist Brent Sadler, Deputy in the German Bundestag Josip Juratović and Founder of IFIMES Zijad Bećirović...

23.07.2018.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán arrives for official visit to Montenegro

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán arrives for official visit to Montenegro

Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán arrived on Monday afternoon for a first official visit to Montenegro since our country has become a NATO member. The Prime Ministers Duško Marković and Viktor Orbán held a tête-à-tête talks following a formal reception with the highest state honours, which was organised at Podgorica Airports...

23.07.2018.

Response: Montenegro cherishes values of equality, tolerance, coexistence, religious and ethnic harmony and good neighbourly relations

Response: Montenegro cherishes values of equality, tolerance, coexistence, religious and ethnic harmony and good neighbourly relations

Several media addressed the Government with a request to comment on the assessment of the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church Irinej about the alleged similarity of today's Montenegro with one fascist parastate...