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05.02.2015.

Prime Minister Đukanović to attend Munich Security Conference

Podgorica, Montenegro (5 February 2015) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović will leave tomorrow for Munich, where he will attend the 51st Munich Security Conference, at the invitation of the Chairman, Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger...

04.02.2015.

We recongise Montenegro’s potential, wish to see it within NATO and EU structures, US Ambassador Brown says

We recongise Montenegro’s potential, wish to see it within NATO and EU structures, US Ambassador Brown says

Podgorica, Montenegro (4 February 2015) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today US Ambassador Sue K. Brown on her farewell visit. Prime Minister Đukanović thanked the US Ambassador for her work, personal contribution and support in boosting relations between the two countries during her diplomatic mandate in Montenegro...

22.01.2015.

Government to continue affirming media freedom in Montenegro, Prime Minister Đukanović underlines

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2015) – On the occasion of 23 January – Day of Journalists of Montenegro, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović sent a letter of congratulations to all journalists in the country. "The day when we celebrate the 144th anniversary of printing the first newspaper 'Crnogorac' is an opportunity to remind us of the Montenegrin journalistic tradition and major names that have marked almost a century and a half of journalism profession in Montenegro. I believe that such a tradition obliges us to advance standards of journalism in these challenging times in line with current democratic trends..."

16.01.2015.

PM Đukanović, Kosovo's Hashim Thaci: Good neighbourly relations towards European and Euro-Atlantic future

PM Đukanović, Kosovo

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 January 2015) -- Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović hosted earlier today Kosovar Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci. "The visit is another confirmation of a continuous and effective dialogue established between the two countries", Prime Minister Đukanović said, stressing that Kosovo is Montenegro's reliable neighbour...

08.01.2015.

Montenegro's Đukanović expresses condolences to France's Hollande regarding Charlie Hebdo attack: Horrible and mindless act was an attack on us all and on the democratic values we share

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović sent a letter of condolences to France's President François Hollande regarding yesterday's terrorist attack in Paris. In his letter, the Prime Minister has said that he took with deep sorrow the news of the terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where 12 people lost lives and 11 suffered injury. On behalf of the Government of Montenegro and in my own name I extend our deepest condolences to the victims' families and to the people of France. This horrible and mindless act is an attack on us all and on the democratic values we share...

23.12.2014.

Government of Montenegro holds annual sitting open to public, PM Đukanović sums up 2014, announces 2015 activities

Government of Montenegro holds annual sitting open to public, PM Đukanović sums up 2014, announces 2015 activities

Cetinje, Montenegro (23 December 2014) – The Government of Montenegro held a public session for the second time earlier today in Cetinje, the old royal capital, where the Prime Minister presented most important achievements in 2014 and announced top activities in 2015. The Cabinet sitting was broadcast live on national TV and radio and the session ended after the ministers answered all questions posed by media representatives...

16.12.2014.

Speech by Montenegro's Prime Minister Đukanović at 3rd China-CEE summit in Belgrade

Speech by Montenegro

"It is my great honour and pleasure to greet you on behalf of the Government of Montenegro and wish you successful work of the important meeting dedicated to cooperation between the countries of Central and East Europe and China. I especially want to thank the Prime Minister of Serbia for excellent organisation of today's meeting and his traditional hospitality..."

16.12.2014.

Đukanović - Vučić: Montenegro and Serbia set to improve bilateral cooperation in economy and regional infrastructure projects

Đukanović - Vučić: Montenegro and Serbia set to improve bilateral cooperation in economy and regional infrastructure projects

Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with his Serbian counterpart Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić in Belgrade.The meeting took place during the III Summit meeting between the People’s Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and the two officials discussed further development of bilateral cooperation...

16.12.2014.

Đukanović – Li: Economic cooperation between Montenegro and China successful with outstanding prospects for the future

Đukanović – Li: Economic cooperation between Montenegro and China successful with outstanding prospects for the future

Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang in Belgrade. The meeting took place during the III Summit meeting between the People’s Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The meeting noted that Montenegro and China have exceptionally good bilateral relations, which are based on close friendship and are strengthened by thriving economic cooperation. Intensive political dialogue at the top level gave an additional impulse to the concretisation of economic cooperation, particularly through the project of constructing the priority section of the Bar – Boljare highway...

15.12.2014.

PM Đukanović, OSCE's Dunja Mijatović discuss upgrading self-regulatory mechanisms, media standards

PM Đukanović, OSCE

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 December 2014) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted today the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović for talks on the need to further upgrade self-regulatory mechanisms and media standards in Montenegro...