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31.08.2011.

Latvia strongly supports Montenegro's integration process, offers assistance

Latvia strongly supports Montenegro Prime Minister Igor Lukšić, who paid his first official visit to Riga earlier today, thanked Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis for his county’s continued support to Montenegro’s Euro-Atlantic endeavours, stressing the importance of small countries’ experience in implementing all the necessary legislation...

30.08.2011.

Estonian PM backs up Montenegro’s EU and NATO aspirations, set to boost economic ties

Estonian PM backs up Montenegro’s EU and NATO aspirations, set to boost economic ties

Tallinn, Estonia (30 August 2011) -- Estonia is a strong supporter of the EU and NATO enlargement and Montenegro’s membership in these organizations, and is ready to share its experience, Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip told the press following talks with his Montenegrin counterpart Igor Lukšić earlier today...

15.08.2011.

PM Luksic brokers deal with opposition to crack election law deadlock

PM Luksic brokers deal with opposition to crack election law deadlock

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 August 2011) – Prime Minister Igor Luksic and opposition leaders have reached a political agreement on Montenegro’s EU agenda, which marks a major breakthrough towards resolving the long-standing election law deadlock in the Montenegrin Parliament...

09.08.2011.

German FM Guido Westerwelle makes first visit to Montenegro, welcomes PM Lukšić’s commitment to reform

German FM Guido Westerwelle makes first visit to Montenegro, welcomes PM Lukšić’s commitment to reform

Podgorica, Montenegro (9 August 2011) -- Prime Minister Igor Lukšić met with German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle earlier today, which marked the beginning of the first official visit by a German FM to Montenegro since the country regained independence in 2006...

29.07.2011.

Press conference on 200 Days of new Government: Recap of most important achievements

Press conference on 200 Days of new Government: Recap of most important achievements

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 July 2011) – Below is a breakdown of the most important points made by Prime Minister Igor Lukšić at a press conference marking the first 200 days of his government...

26.07.2011.

Montenegro dubbed good investment destination

Montenegro dubbed good investment destination

Podgorica, Montenegro (26 July 2011) – Montenegro is a good investment destination and wishes to strengthen its economic ties with Israel, while both countries are interested in initiating new projects, today’s meeting between Prime Minister Igor Lukšić and the departing Ambassador of Israel Arthur Koll concluded...

22.07.2011.

PM Luksic hosts reception in honour of Montenegrin Royal House of Petrovic Njegos

PM Luksic hosts reception in honour of Montenegrin Royal House of Petrovic Njegos

Prime Minister Igor Luksic hosted a reception in honour of the Montenegrin Royal Family, the House of Petrovic Njegos, in Cetinje. The event celebrated the adoption of the Royal Family Law, which regulates the status of the descendants of the House of Petrovic...

20.07.2011.

Montenegro and Serbia set to work closer on EU agenda

Montenegro and Serbia set to work closer on EU agenda

Belgrade, Serbia (20 July 2011) – Montenegrin Prime Minister’s first official visit to Serbia is important for building closer ties between the two countries, especially in the context of European integration, Prime Minister Igor Lukšić and Serbian President Boris Tadić agreed during their meeting in Belgrade earlier today...

20.07.2011.

PM Lukšić says region’s EU perspective certain, welcomes ‘the Catherine Ashton' treatment he got in Belgrade

PM Lukšić says region’s EU perspective certain, welcomes ‘the Catherine Ashton

Belgrade, Serbia (20 July 2011) – Prime Minister Igor Lukšić met Serbia’s officials today as part of his first official visit to a country in the region since taking office last December. Speaking to the press following a conversation with Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković and the signing of two bilateral agreements, he underlined the importance of infrastructure projects of common interest, likelihood of both countries’ European perspective and his support for Serbia’s efforts in reform and integration processes...

14.07.2011.

PM Lukšić most strongly condemns torching of two vehicles owned by daily newspaper ND Vijesti

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 July 2011) - Prime Minister Igor Lukšić censured this morning’s torching of two company cars owned by the Montenegrin daily newspaper ND Vijesti...