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14.01.2013.

Renewable energy takes cental stage in Montenegro's energy sector reform, says PM Đukanović

Renewable energy takes cental stage in Montenegro Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (14 January 2013) -- Montenegro pays special attention to the energy sector reform, as one of its greatest development potentials, in which renewable resources, primarily hydro and solar energy, take central stage, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović underlined Sunday in his speech at the opening of the 3th General Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), that takes place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from 13-14 January...

08.01.2013.

PM Đukanović: Gérard Depardieu to be ambassador of Montenegro's culture

PM Đukanović: Gérard Depardieu to be ambassador of Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 January 2013) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with famous French actor Gérard Depardieu, who is paying a visit to Montenegro, in Podgorica late afternoon...

27.12.2012.

Good political relations between Montenegro and China guarantee successful economic cooperation

Good political relations between Montenegro and China guarantee successful economic cooperation

Podgorica, Montenegro (27 December 2012) – Montenegro and China have established very good political relations based on traditional friendship, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović and Chinese Ambassador Zhi Zaolin agreed at a meeting earlier today...

20.12.2012.

US State Secretary Clinton congratulates PM Đukanović on appointment, welcomes Montenegro’s regional, international involvement

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 December 2012) – United States Secretary of State Ms Hillary Clinton congratulated Mr Milo Đukanović on his appointment as Prime Minister of Montenegro and welcomed the renewal of ties established during Mr Đukanović’s previous service in Government...

19.12.2012.

Montenegro and Turkey set to enhance economic cooperation, praise bilateral relations

Montenegro and Turkey set to enhance economic cooperation, praise bilateral relations

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 December 2012) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović said during the meeting with Turkey’s Ambassador Mehmet Niyazi Tanilir that he was satisfied with the presence of Turkish investors in Montenegro and reiterated his Government’s determination to enhance the economic cooperation between the two countries even further...

18.12.2012.

Head of OSCE Mission Kopaj: Montenegro makes big step forward, OSCE support to be continued

Head of OSCE Mission Kopaj: Montenegro makes big step forward, OSCE support to be continued

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 December 2012) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with newly appointed Head of OSCE Mission to Montenegro Ambassador Ljubomir Kopaj earlier today. He thanked Ambassador Kopaj on the OSCE’s support and constructive role in overall reform processes in Montenegro, particularly referring to the reform of election legislation, addressing the issues of refugees and displaced persons, strengthening rule of law and police reform...

18.12.2012.

Head of EU Delegation Drobnič welcomes Montenegro's dynamic European path

Head of EU Delegation Drobnič welcomes Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 December 2012) – Successful closure of chapter 25 is a strong incentive for Montenegro's further European path, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović and Head of EU Delegation to Montenegro Ambassador Mitja Drobnič agreed at a meeting earlier today...

18.12.2012.

Montenegro’s Prime Minister Đukanović voted Person of the Year by Bosnia and Herzegovina’s „Nezavisne novine“ newspaper

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 December 2012) – Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović has been voted Person of the Year 2012 by readers and the editorial board of the „Nezavisne novine“ newspaper from Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina...

04.12.2012.

Montenegro’s new government headed by Milo Đukanović gets voted in

Montenegro’s new government headed by Milo Đukanović gets voted in

Podgorica, Montenegro (4 December 2012) -- Montenegro’s new government, headed by Prime Minister Milo Đukanović, was inaugurated in the Parliament late this evening, by a majority vote of 44 in favour, 26 against and one abstention. In his inaugural address, Prime Minister Đukanović outlined an action plan based on new initiatives aimed at improving the living standards, promoting legal certainty and advancing freedoms and democratic rights...

04.12.2012.

Address by Prime Minister-Designate Milo Đukanović at Montenegro parliament session

Address by Prime Minister-Designate Milo Đukanović at Montenegro parliament session

Prime Minister-Designate Milo Đukanović: "In the recent parliamentary election Montenegro has decided to continue along the safe path - Forward. Along the path heading towards a better quality of life for the Montenegrin society. The path creating conditions for an enhanced living standard for each individual and each family in our community..."