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25.05.2017.

PM Marković in Brussels: Montenegro is ready and has capacity to meet NATO membership requirements

PM Marković in Brussels: Montenegro is ready and has capacity to meet NATO membership requirements Brussels, Belgium (25 May 2017) – Montenegro is ready and has capacity to meet NATO membership requirements, thus contributing to peace and stability worldwide, Prime Minister Duško Marković highlighted in Brussels. PM Marković will attend the meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government which is about to start soon. He also attended the ceremony of opening the new Headquarters in Brussels, which was also attended by presidents of the USA and France, Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron...

23.05.2017.

PM Marković to travel to Brussels for NATO summit and meeting of heads of government of Western Balkan Six

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 May 2017) – Prime Minister Duško Markovic will travel to Brussels for a meeting of NATO Heads of State or Government, which will be held on Thursday, 25 May, in a new NATO headquarters...

23.05.2017.

PM Marković expresses condolences on occasion of terrorist attack in Manchester

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 May 2017) – Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed earlier today condolences on the occasion of the terrorist attack in Manchester...

23.05.2017.

PM Marković on Radio Montenegro: We have achieved great results in 11 years

PM Marković on Radio Montenegro: We have achieved great results in 11 years

Podogirca, Montenegro (23 May 2017) – Prime Minister Duško Marković said at the beginning of an interview at Radio Montenegro that in the first 11 years of independence Montenegro achieved three major goals and results: membership in NATO, successful process of integration into the EU and start of construction of the motorway Bar-Boljare...

19.05.2017.

PM Marković delivers speech at reception on occasion of Independence Day

PM Marković delivers speech at reception on occasion of Independence Day

Prime Minister Duško Marković: "Montenegro's independence is our first and foremost obligation! I believe that every 21st May is a date when we have to recall that greatest, sacred duty of every Montenegrin and every citizen of Montenegro. There are countries and nations that do not have to do that. Because of their size, because of their strength and power, due to centuries of existence – they were bestowed with that right, once and for all..."

19.05.2017.

PM Marković meets with heads of inspection authorities: Greater awareness of responsible attitude towards state

PM Marković meets with heads of inspection authorities: Greater awareness of responsible attitude towards state

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 May 2017) – Prime Minister Duško Marković met earlier today with heads of the Tax Administration, Customs Administration and the Inspection Administration, Miomir M. Mugoša, Vladan Joković and Božidar Vuksanović and their assistants...

17.05.2017.

PM Marković to meet with World Bank Vice President Cyril Muller

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 May 2017) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković will meet tomorrow, 18 May 2017, with the World Bank delegation, headed by World Bank Vice President Cyril Muller...

17.05.2017.

PM Marković to meet with EC's Danielsson

Prime Minister Duško Marković will meet tomorrow, 18 May 2017, with Director-General for Enlargement and Neighbourhood at the European Commission Christian Danielsson...

17.05.2017.

PM Marković visits construction site of Jezerine – Lubnice road in Kolašin

PM Marković visits construction site of Jezerine – Lubnice road in Kolašin

Kolašin, Montenegro (17 May 2017) – Prime Minister Duško Marković visited earlier today the construction site of a tunnel on the road route Kolašin – Jezerine – Lubnice – Berane, voicing the satisfaction over the beginning of the construction of this capital infrastructure project...

12.05.2017.

PM Marković attends ceremonial session of Montenegrin Employers Federation Assembly: Government is committed to creating favourable business environment

PM Marković attends ceremonial session of Montenegrin Employers Federation Assembly: Government is committed to creating favourable business environment

The Government of Montenegro is committed to creating a favourable business environment and interested to work with the Montenegrin Employers Federation (MEF) to further improve the legal framework concerning the business community, Prime Minister Duško Marković said at a ceremonial session of the Montenegrin Employers Federation Assembly...