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02.04.2020.

PM Marković: We allocate EUR half million more for March health care earnings

PM Marković: We allocate EUR half million more for March health care earnings Podgorica, Montenegro (2 April 2020) -- "We made the decision on awarding health care workers, who have been in the process of working since the onset of coronavirus spreading, with a salary bonus of up to 15%," said Prime Minister Duško Marković. The Prime Minister stated that the Government had also decided not to apply, to health care workers, the already taken measures of restrictions, but to pay extra the health care professionals for any overtime work. "We will immediately allocate at least EUR half a million for our doctors and healthcare professionals," the Prime Minister pointed put...

30.03.2020.

PM Marković forms working group to develop plan of measures to support economy, entrepreneurs and citizens to address impact of coronavirus pandemic

PM Marković forms working group to develop plan of measures to support economy, entrepreneurs and citizens to address impact of coronavirus pandemic

Prime Minister Duško Marković formed today a working group to prepare proposals for a new package of measures to support Montenegrin economy, entrepreneurs and citizens in dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic...

29.03.2020.

PM Marković: Montenegro manages coronavirus situation, but hardest is yet to come, it takes iron discipline of each of us

PM Marković: Montenegro manages coronavirus situation, but hardest is yet to come, it takes iron discipline of each of us

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 March 2020) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković has informed citizens of Montenegro that our country has managed the coronavirus situation so far thanks to the efforts and complex action and sacrifice, but that the hardest days are yet to come, and therefore required the iron discipline and compliance with the orders and recommendations of the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases...

28.03.2020.

Medical supplies delivered to Montenegro: Government confirms ability, potential and determination to protect every citizen

Medical supplies delivered to Montenegro: Government confirms ability, potential and determination to protect every citizen

A contingent of medical equipment, which businessman Perto Stathis donated to the Montenegrin health system, was delivered to Podgorica tonight. Chief of Office of Prime Minister Dragoljub Bulatović noted that equipment arrived at the right time, when our existing resources were running out and for that reason the equipment has no price...

27.03.2020.

PM Marković speaks with WHO Regional Director for Europe Kluge: Full support for our initiative for regional conference on defence against coronavirus

PM Marković speaks with WHO Regional Director for Europe Kluge: Full support for our initiative for regional conference on defence against coronavirus

The World Health Organization fully supports the initiative of Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković to organise a regional conference on defence against coronavirus – WHO Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge told the Montenegrin Prime Minister today...

24.03.2020.

PM Marković: Government makes every effort to protect healthcare workers

PM Marković: Government makes every effort to protect healthcare workers

Podgorica, Montenegro (24 March 2020) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković has told President of the Union of Doctors of Medicine Dr. Milena Popović Samardžić that he understands her concern for Montenegrin doctors, that the state is doing everything to equip the healthcare system with equipment in case of larger epidemic and that he is proud of all committed professionals, especially of health system which makes every effort to save the lives and health of citizens...

22.03.2020.

PM Marković: We take measures to protect citizens, there will be no forgiveness for non-compliance with rules

PM Marković: We take measures to protect citizens, there will be no forgiveness for non-compliance with rules

Prime Minister Duško Marković has informed citizens that in five days since the coronavirus outbreak in Montenegro the number of infected people has increased ten times, that from now on there will be no forgiveness for non-compliance with rules, measures and orders, that numerous measures have been taken to provide the highest possible protection of citizens, and that the list of persons in self-isolation is disclosed because the right to health and life is above the right to unconditional protection of personal data...

21.03.2020.

PM Marković tells Vijesti: Set of measures aimed at citizens, their families, health and safety

PM Marković tells Vijesti: Set of measures aimed at citizens, their families, health and safety

Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković said that the first set of Government measures, in response to the situation caused by the coronavirus, was supposed to have multiple effects, but that the common goal were: human beings, citizens and their families, their health and support for their safety...

20.03.2020.

Marković, McCluney: Montenegro demonstrates ability to manage risk of coronavirus outbreak

Marković, McCluney: Montenegro demonstrates ability to manage risk of coronavirus outbreak

Montenegro has shown regional and broader leadership when it comes to responding to the global threat posed by the spread of coronavirus. "Your action on two tracks, through decisive health and safety measures and through well-thought-out economic measures and recommendations, deserves respect," said UN Resident Coordinator to Montenegro Fiona McCluney at a meeting with Prime Minister Duško Marković...

17.03.2020.

PM Marković: First two cases of coronavirus confirmed in Montenegro, we successfully resisted for three months, new phase of challenge begins and we remain one team

PM Marković: First two cases of coronavirus confirmed in Montenegro, we successfully resisted for three months, new phase of challenge begins and we remain one team

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 March 2020) -- "The laboratories of the Institute for Public Health of Montenegro today confirmed the first cases of infection with a new coronavirus in Montenegro. The patients are female - born in 1948 and 1973 respectively and both have resided in epidemic-affected areas, during the previous period. They are housed in a special ward of the Clinical Centre and both patients are stable in health for the time being," Prime Minister Duško Marković noted tonight...