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11.01.2016.

Montenegro and Malta to establish cooperation in energy, tourism, agriculture, PMs Đukanović and Muscat note

Montenegro and Malta to establish cooperation in energy, tourism, agriculture, PMs Đukanović and Muscat note Podgorica, Montenegro (11 January 2015) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met earlier today in Podgorica wiith his Maltese counterpart Joseph Muscat. Following their meeting, Minister of Economy of Montenegro Vladimir Kavarić and Minister for Energy and Conservation of Water of Malta Konrad Mizzi signed a declaration on economic and technical cooperation between the two governments...

10.01.2016.

Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to pay two-day official visit to Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (10 January 2016) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović will host on 11 January 2016 his Maltese counterpart Joseph Muscat, who will be paying in a two-day official visit to Montenegro. Following the two prime ministers’ meeting, Minister of Economy of Montenegro Vladimir Kavarić and Minister for Economy and Conservation of Water of Malta Konrad Mizzi wil sign the declaration on economic and technical cooperation between the two governments at the Villa “Gorica” at 12.15pm...

28.12.2015.

Government of Montenegro announces candidacy of FM Lukšić for UN Secretary-General, to submit request for parliamentary vote of confidence

Podgorica, Montenegro (28 December 2015) -- At today's session, the Government of Montenegro announced the candidacy of Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Igor Lukšić for the post of the UN Secretary-General, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović told the press following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

24.12.2015.

Government's open session: PM Đukanović presents most important achievements in 2015, announces top activities in 2016

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Prime Minister Milo Đukanović: "I believe that this year, in terms of political and economic achievements that guide the long-term development of the state, has been the most important one in the recent Montenegrin history since the restoration of independence in 2006. This is so primarily given the NATO’s decision to extend membership invitation to our country. This represents achievement of one of the most important strategic goals of Montenegro’s national policy..."

17.12.2015.

PM Đukanović speaks with US Vice President Joseph Biden

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 December 2015) -- In a telephone conversation with US Vice President Joseph Biden late this afternoon, Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović thanked the administration and people of the United States, as well as the Vice President personally, for their continued support and contribution to making a decision on inviting Montenegro to join NATO...

17.12.2015.

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosts delegation of Chinese Poly Group

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosts delegation of Chinese Poly Group

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 December 2015) – Earlier today, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted a delegation of the Poly Group, led by President Wang Eric. Poly Group’s visit to Montenegro is the result of successfully conducted meetings and talks during the recent Summit of China and Central Eastern European countries, which took place in Suzhou, China...

15.12.2015.

PM Đukanović in interview with Kommersant: Our membership in NATO is not directed against anyone, including Russia

Prime Minister Milo Đuukanović: "This is a logical choice for Montenegro as a tiny country in the Balkans surrounded by NATO member states. Furthermore, it is the most efficient and realistic mechanism for ensuring our security. The experiences of all NATO member states show the increased influx of investments after joining the Alliance. That is a very important indicator for the Montenegrin economy..."

03.12.2015.

NATO's Stoltenberg had telephone conversation with PM Đukanović: It was honour to invite Montenegro to join the Alliance

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 December 2015) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović made a telephone call to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and thanked the Alliance and the Secretary-General himself for an exceptional support and contribution to extending NATO invitation to Montenegro at yesterday's ministerial meeting in Brussels. This is the biggest challenge for Montenegro in its recent history, and at the same time, the strongest inscentive to the government and society as a whole to continue with the reforms, he underscored...

03.12.2015.

PM Đukanović, Hobbs of NATO PA: Membership invitation significant for Montenegro, Alliance, international security

PM Đukanović, Hobbs of NATO PA: Membership invitation significant for Montenegro, Alliance, international security

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 December 2015) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today Secretary General of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly David Hobbs. “We have made significant efforts in pursuing Euro-Atlantic accession process, namely to demonstrate our readiness for joining NATO Alliance. We are glad that our hard work has been acknowledged by the yesterday’s NATO decision,” PM Đukanović stressed...

03.12.2015.

PM Đukanović: Invitation to join NATO is historic event and great civilisation turning point for Montenegro

PM Đukanović: Invitation to join NATO is historic event and great civilisation turning point for Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 December 2015) –The invitation to join NATO is a historic event and a great civilisation turning point for Montenegro, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović noted at a special session of the Parliament, which was held in Old Royal Capital of Cetinje earlier today. “Expanding the Alliance, in our case, is unusual because for the first time in modern times only one country has been invited to join - at the ministerial level, after a six-year pause in the enlargement and between the two summits. Indeed, it is a great honour for Montenegro,“ said the Prime Minister...