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23.01.2020.

PM Marković congratulates Day of Journalists: Montenegro is committed to improving media environment

Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated the Day of Journalists of Montenegro and added that Montenegro is committed to improving the environment for media work. "The role of the media and journalists is of paramount importance for the strengthening of democracy, the emancipation and overall progress of the state and society. For more than a century, Montenegrin journalists have been chroniclers of events, but they have also conveyed the voice of reason in difficult times and historical turning points in the Balkans," the Prime Minister's letter reads...

22.01.2020.

PM Marković meets with MEP Picula: EU has no alternative for Montenegro

PM Marković meets with MEP Picula: EU has no alternative for Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2020) -- Montenegro has no alternative when it comes to the European integration and on this path it has the support of the European Parliament, it was noted at a meeting of Prime Minister Duško Marković and member of European Parliament and Permanent Rapporteur for Montenegro Tonino Picula. "I am pleased that Montenegro will have an opportunity to cooperate with a person who knows the region and the occasions in our countries well and who understands the significance of the enlargement policy, not only within the context of stability but also overall progress," the Prime Minister stated...

22.01.2020.

PM Marković meets with Pensioners' Association delegation: Government is committed to improvement of pensioners’ financial standing

PM Marković meets with Pensioners

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2020) -- The Government is committed to the continuous improvement of the position of pensioners and it will continue to support the oldest population through numerous financial, legislative and other activities, which will be implemented and in co-operation with the Pensioners' Association, it was concluded at the meeting of Prime Minister Duško Marković and the Association delegation - President of the Pensioners' Association Branko Vešović and Vice Presidents Ilija Stanišić and Ivan Krsmanović...

22.01.2020.

PM Marković to RTCG: New call for dialogue to Metropolitanate of Montenegro and Littoral, resistance to Law turns into confrontation with state

PM Marković to RTCG: New call for dialogue to Metropolitanate of Montenegro and Littoral, resistance to Law turns into confrontation with state

Prime Minister Duško Marković said that the Law on Freedom of Religion was not directed against any religious community, that resistance to this legal act had grown into a confrontation with the state of Montenegro and that it was now impossible to withdraw the Law. PM Marković made an appearance on the RTCG Morning Programme and said that the dialogue was unquestionable, strongly insisting that it would happen...

15.01.2020.

PM Marković, Ambassador Hloben: Montenegro and Slovakia are friendly and partner countries

PM Marković, Ambassador Hloben: Montenegro and Slovakia are friendly and partner countries

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 January 2020) – Montenegro and Slovakia are friendly and partner countries, with excellent bilateral relations and opportunities to further strengthen economic cooperation, it was noted at the meeting between Prime Minister Duško Marković and Slovak Ambassador Roman Hloben...

15.01.2020.

PM Marković: Montenegro advances well in EU negotiation process, changes to negotiation rules should not be applied retroactively

PM Marković: Montenegro advances well in EU negotiation process, changes to negotiation rules should not be applied retroactively

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 January 2020) -- Our country understands the situation of the European Union, it is already negotiating on the most stringent criteria so far, as a leader of integration it cannot be compared with the countries that are just beginning negotiations and the process changes should not be applied retroactively, Prime Minister Duško Marković stated earlier today. "Although we are not advocates of 'changing the rules in the middle of the game', to some extent we agree that the negotiation process should be made more concrete and measurable and its results clearer and more visible to both, the actors in the accession process and all citizens in Montenegro...

14.01.2020.

PM Marković to attend presentation of Croatia's EU presidency priorities

On Wednesday, 15 January, Prime Minister Duško Marković will attend the presentation of the priorities of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union at the invitation of Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Montenegro Veselko Grubišić...

08.01.2020.

National Security Council: Montenegro has proven to be safe and secure state despite subversive activities in country and from its closest neighbourhood

National Security Council: Montenegro has proven to be safe and secure state despite subversive activities in country and from its closest neighbourhood

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 January 2020) – At today's session, the National Security Council informed the Police Directorate and other state authorities about activities undertaken to ensure a stable public order and peace during the New Year and Christmas holidays, as well as activities related to protests over the adoption of the Law on Freedom of Religion or Beliefs and Legal Status of Religious Communities, which represents a modern legal framework for the cultural and democratic emancipation of Montenegrin society...

06.01.2020.

PM Marković wishes happy Christmas: Montenegrin society now needs unity of divided Orthodox Christians

PM Marković wishes happy Christmas: Montenegrin society now needs unity of divided Orthodox Christians

Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated Orthodox believers and priesthood on Christmas, saying that Montenegro is being developed, that citizens see and recognise the benefits of stability and peace, and that Montenegrin society now needs the unity of divided Orthodox Christians...

31.12.2019.

PM Marković: Development role of MORiT is significant, even greater and stronger in 2020

Prime Minister Duško Marković, earlier today held a meeting with the management of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism (MORiT), with whom he discussed the achieved results and priorities and tasks of this Ministry in the upcoming period. During the previous year, the Government and its departments achieved remarkable results that are reflected in the basic parameters of economic growth, reduced unemployment rate, macroeconomic indicators, which at the same time rank Montenegro among countries that have a stable and sustainable financial system with a serious international financial rating, Prime Minister Marković stated...