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22.10.2015.

PM Đukanović: Developing competitiveness and know-how way to quicker development of Western Balkans

PM Đukanović: Developing competitiveness and know-how way to quicker development of Western Balkans Budva, Montenegro (22 October 2015) – Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović opened the regional conference on business and competitiveness entitled EU Accession Efficiency and Boosting Regional Conference, taking place today and tomorrow in Budva, Montenegro...

21.10.2015.

Prime Minister Đukanović: Protests in Podgorica supported by circles around Serbian Ortodox Church, and Russia

Prime Minister Đukanović: Protests in Podgorica supported by circles around Serbian Ortodox Church, and Russia

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović in an interview with Federal Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "It is obvious that the protests have multiple goals, but we can sum up: the protests are against democratic, European and Euro-Atlantic Montenegro. There is no doubt that the organisers of the protests want to bring about the change of the government in a violent manner, thus achieving the goal they have not been able to attain in democratic elections for the past 25 years..."

21.10.2015.

PM Đukanović to take part in regional conference on EU accession process and improvement of regional competitiveness

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 October 2015) -- Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Đukanović will take part in the opening of the conference titled "The Efficiency of the EU Accession Process and Improvement of Regional Competitiveness,” which will take place in Budva, Montenegro, on 22 October 2015. The conference, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro, and Serbian Association of Economists, will be attended by prominent entrepreneurs and economic analysts from the region...

15.10.2015.

Secretary-General Stoltenberg in Podgorica: Joining Euro-Atlantic family is win-win for both Montenegro and NATO

Secretary-General Stoltenberg in Podgorica: Joining Euro-Atlantic family is win-win for both Montenegro and NATO

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 October 2015) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg held a joint press conference in Podgorica earlier today, marking the end of the North Atlantic Council’s two-day visit to Montenegro. Speaking of his discussions with top Montenegrin officials, NATO Secretary-General said they were very fruitful and that NATO foreign ministers will decide whether to invite Montenegro to join the Alliance in less than two months’ time...

18.09.2015.

Capital Plaza, largest commercial and residential facility in Montenegro, officially opened in Podgorica

Capital Plaza, largest commercial and residential facility in Montenegro, officially opened in Podgorica

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 September 2015) -- Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Đukanović together with President of the Board of Directors of Abu Dhabi Financial Group Abdulhamid Saeed, UAE Ambassador to Montenegro Hafsa Abdulla Mohamed Sharif Al Ulama and CEO of the Abu Dhabi Financial Group Jassim Alseddiqi cut the ribbon symbolically opening the largest and most modern commercial and residential facility in Montenegro, named Capital Plaza...

18.09.2015.

Civil Society House to be bulit in Podgorica

Civil Society House to be bulit in Podgorica

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 September 2015) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović, Mayor of Podgorica Slavoljub Stijepović, Chairman of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Stephen B. Heintz and a representative of the Foundation Civil Society House signed earlier today a Memorandum of Understanding for the construction of a Civil Society House in Podgorica...

15.09.2015.

PM Đukanović: US support for inviting Montenegro to join NATO acknowledgement of Montenegro's progress, encourages further reforms

PM Đukanović: US support for inviting Montenegro to join NATO acknowledgement of Montenegro

Milocer, Montenegro (15 September 2015) – Following his yesterday's telephone talks with US Vice President Joseph Biden, Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović met earlier today with US Ambassador Margaret Ann Uyehara. Montenegro has made notable achievements in the fields of the rule of law and public support for NATO membership, and it should continue making progres, US Ambassador Uyehara noted...

14.09.2015.

The US supports Montenegro's NATO membership, VP Joe Biden tells PM Đukanović

The US supports Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 September 2015) – The United States supports Montenegro’s membership in NATO provided that Montenegro continues pursuing reforms and boosts popular support for NATO accession, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović was told by US Vice-President Joseph Biden. The two officials spoke on the telephone earlier today. Prime Minister Đukanović thanked the US and Vice-President Biden personally for the continued support and attention they have provided to Montenegro, as well as for their understanding of Montenegro’s and the region’s European and Euro-Atlantic perspective...

14.09.2015.

Ernst Reichel of German Foreign Ministry: We see Montenegro as country that will receive NATO invitation by end of 2015

Ernst Reichel of German Foreign Ministry: We see Montenegro as country that will receive NATO invitation by end of 2015

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 September 2015) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today Special Envoy of the German Foreign Ministry for Eastern Europe, Turkey and the EFTA states Ernst Reichel. Germany regards Montenegro as a country that leads the process of Euro-Atlantic integration, makes a contribution to regional stability and manages to maintain good neighbourly relations in the region, Mr Reichel emphasised, hopeful that Montenegro will continue to be a catalyst for positive processes in the Western Balkans...

11.09.2015.

Ambassador Gritsay: Russia has never questioned Montenegro's right to achieve its foreign policy goals

Ambassador Gritsay: Russia has never questioned Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 September 2015) -- Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today newly appointed Ambassador of the Russian Federation in Montenegro Sergey Nikolaevich Gritsay. The Prime Minister wished the Russian Ambassador to successfully perform his diplomatic mission, emphasising that Montenegro is a friendly country that respects the tradition of good relations with Russia and is willing to further boost them in their future...