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13.11.2018.

PM Marković to open A5 Defence Ministers Meeting in Bečići on Wednesday

Prime Minister Duško Marković, Minister of Defence Predrag Bošković and US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence Laura Cooper will open a meeting of defence ministers and observer countries of the US-Adriatic Charter (A5) in Bečići on Wednesday...

12.11.2018.

PM Marković expresses condolences on death of Boro Krivokapić: His contribution to Montenegrin independence and affirmation of its values will be remembered

On behalf of the Government and in his own name, Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed deepest condolences to the family of the well-known Montenegrin and Yugoslavian journalist and publicist Boro Krivokapić...

12.11.2018.

PM Marković meets with leadership of Old Royal Capital: Government supports development of Cetinje

PM Marković meets with leadership of Old Royal Capital: Government supports development of Cetinje

Prime Minister Duško Marković met earlier today with the delegation of the Old Royal Capital Cetinje, led by Mayor Aleksandar Kašćelan. It was stated that the good strategic position of Cetinje valued through the strengthening of the overall infrastructure and creation of new jobs will provide a better life for the citizens of the Old Royal Capital...

11.11.2018.

Address by Prime Minister Duško Marković on occasion of 100 years since end of World War I

Address by Prime Minister Duško Marković on occasion of 100 years since end of World War I

Prime Minister Marković: "On this day, exactly 100 years ago, the World War I, one of the deadliest conflicts in recent history, which took about 40 million lives and caused unprecedented destruction was ended, and its main political outcome was the new territorial division of Europe. Empires disappeared and a large number of new states were created on their ruins. Only one country that had consistently and bravely fought on the side of the victorious Entente Powers and suffered heavily losses, was left without a state name and for a long time it has not even been mentioned in that new Europe..."

06.11.2018.

PM Marković: Montenegro will be ready to close six negotiating chapters when Finland takes over EU Presidency

PM Marković: Montenegro will be ready to close six negotiating chapters when Finland takes over EU Presidency

Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed his satisfaction with the highly successful working visit to the Republic of Finland, and noted that Montenegro will be ready to close six negotiating chapters when Finland takes over the EU presidency in the second half of next year...

06.11.2018.

PM Marković meets with Finnish parliamentary delegation: Region needs open European perspective which strengthens democracy

PM Marković meets with Finnish parliamentary delegation: Region needs open European perspective which strengthens democracy

Prime Minister Duško Marković completed his working visit to the Republic of Finland. The Prime Minister met with a parliamentary delegation led by Chairperson of the Grand Committee Arto Satonen. The Prime Minister expressed his gratitude to Finland for supporting the EU integration of the Western Balkans, thus contributing to the stability of Europe. "The European perspective should be open to the entire region. This strengthens democracy throughout the region" – PM Marković said...

06.11.2018.

Helsinki - PMs Marković, Sipila: Finland strongly supports Montenegro’s EU bid

Helsinki - PMs Marković, Sipila: Finland strongly supports Montenegro’s EU bid

Helsinki, Finland (6 November 2018) -- Prime ministers of Montenegro and Finland, Duško Marković and Juha Sipilä, agreed at today’s working meeting, which took place in Helsinki, that Montenegro has made strong progress in the European integration process and that the process will be continued with the full support of Finland, which will take over the presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2019...

06.11.2018.

PM Marković is paying working visit to Finland

PM Marković is paying working visit to Finland

Helsinki, Finland (6 November 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković arrived in Helsinki for a working visit to Finland, where he first met with his host, Prime Minister Juha Sipilä. Talks between prime ministers Marković and Sipila will be focused on the continuation of Montenegro's European accession process, in particular in the light of the forthcoming Finnish presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of next year, as well as the bilateral cooperation between the two countries...

05.11.2018.

PM Marković to pay working visit to Finland

PM Marković to pay working visit to Finland

Prime Minister Duško Marković will be paying Tuesday a working visit to Finland at the invitation of Prime Minister Juha Sipilä. The main topics of Prime Minister Markovic's talks with the host and representatives of the Parliament will be the continuation of Montenegro's European integration process, especially in the light of the forthcoming Finnish presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of next year, as well as the bilateral cooperation between the two countries...

05.11.2018.

PM Marković sends letter to Metropolitan Amfilohije: The way you are dividing Montenegro undermines foundations and sense of our coexistenceare

PM Marković sends letter to Metropolitan Amfilohije: The way you are dividing Montenegro undermines foundations and sense of our coexistenceare

Podgorica, Montenegro (5 November 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković told the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church Amfilohije Radović that the fact that there is no valid planning document for the Rumija mountain's peak means that there cannot be any constructions or interventions done in that area, adding that the way in which Metropolitan Amfilohije is dividing Montenegro, thus undermining the foundations and the sense of the Montenegrin cultural, multi-ethnic and religious coexistence, is more frightening that whether the tin structure will stay on the mountain's top or not...