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13.06.2016.

Prime Minister Đukanović sends letter of condolence to US President Obama regarding terrorist attack in Orlando

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 June 2016) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović sent on behalf of the Government of Montenegro and in his own name a letter expressing deepest condolences to the President of the United States Barack Obama on the occasion of yesterday’s terrorist attack in Orlando in which scores of people were killed and seriously injured...

12.06.2016.

PM Đukanović congratulates Zlatičanin on winning WBC lightweight title

Podgorica, Montenegro (12 June 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović congratulated boxer Dejan Zlatičanin on winning WBC lightweight title...

08.06.2016.

PM Đukanović receives recognition from State of Israel and Simon Wiesenthal Center

PM Đukanović receives recognition from State of Israel and Simon Wiesenthal Center

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 May 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović received today certificates of appreciation from the Israeli Parliament - the Knesset and the Simon Wiesenthal Center...

08.06.2016.

PM Đukanović finishes off several-day visit to Argentina revealing plaque of Montenegro Square in Buenos Aires

PM Đukanović finishes off several-day visit to Argentina revealing plaque of Montenegro Square in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina (8 May 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović finished off his several-day visit to Argentina participating in the ceremony of naming one square "Montenegro" in the center of Palermo municipality, the elite part of Buenos Aires. The Prime Minister revealed the plaque with the inscription of Montenegro, alongside senior representatives of federal, city and municipal authorities as well as the Ambassador of Montenegro to Argentina Gordan Stojović and honoured Consul Juan Carlos Laković. Representatives of the Montenegrin community in Latin America also attended the ceremony...

06.06.2016.

Prime Minister Đukanovć meets in Buenos Aires with Argentine President Mauricio Macri

Prime Minister Đukanovć meets in Buenos Aires with Argentine President Mauricio Macri

Buenos Aires, Argentina (6 June 2016) -- On the second day of his visit to Buenos Aires, Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanovć met at Casa Rosada with the Argentine President Mauricio Macri. President Macri stated that he appreciates the possibility of deepening ties between the two states, emphasising that in his country there are migrants from around the world, and that the Montenegrin diaspora in Argentina is the second largest in the world...

03.06.2016.

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović leaves on several-day visit to Argentina

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 June 2016) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović will leave tomorrow on several-day visit to Argentina. On the first day of his visit to Buenos Aires, Prime Minister Đukanović will participate in the founding congress of the Association of Montenegrin communities in Latin America, which will gather community representatives from Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay and Mexico...

31.05.2016.

Montenegro's Prime Minister sends letter of condolence to Baden-Württemberg's Minister President

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović sent letter of condolence to Minister President of the German federal state Baden-Württemberg Winfried Kretschmann regarding the catastrophic floods that hit this federal state...

30.05.2016.

PM Đukanović meets with Speaker of Albanian Parliament

PM Đukanović meets with Speaker of Albanian Parliament

Tirana, Albania (30 May 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović, after participating at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Tirana, met with the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Albania Ilir Meta...

30.05.2016.

PM Đukanović speaks at NATO PA session in Tirana: I believe that NATO allies will ratify accession protocol without delay

PM Đukanović speaks at NATO PA session in Tirana: I believe that NATO allies will ratify accession protocol without delay

Tirana, Albania (30 May 2016) – “I believe that the Allies recognise our commitment and responsibility and that they will ratify the accession Protocol without delay. This will enable Montenegro to become a full-fledged member of NATO next year. Your role in this is of paramount importance. That is why I take the opportunity to ask you in your national parliaments to be initiators of the ratification process as quickly as possible,” Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović noted earlier today at the Spring Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, which took place in Tirana...

29.05.2016.

PM Đukanović to participate in NATO PA Spring Session in Tirana

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 May 2016) – Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović will participate tomorrow in NATO Parliamentary Assembly Spring Session in Tirana...