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25.10.2015.

PM Đukanović in interview with HRT: Organisers of protests in Podgorica are politically accountable

PM Đukanović in interview with HRT: Organisers of protests in Podgorica are politically accountable Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović gave earlier today an interview with the Croatian national television HRT: "The organisers of the protest are accountable, it is pretty clear at least from political point of view. It is on the competent state authorities to determine accountability and I certainly would not want to prejudge the result of their review of the material they will be provided by the competent institutions..."

30.10.2013.

PM Đukanović in interview: Montenegro to become energy exporter, new investment on the way

PM Đukanović in interview: Montenegro to become energy exporter, new investment on the way

Podgorica, Montenegro (30 October 2013) – In his interview for the national radio RCG yesterday, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović spoke about new economic projects and investment in the country, future tourism development, energy production, and public finance in Montenegro...

04.04.2012.

European Voice: Montenegrin prime minister defends fight against crime

European Voice: Montenegrin prime minister defends fight against crime

Igor Lukšić, the prime minister of Montenegro, has defended his government’s record in fighting corruption and organised crime ahead of a decision by the European Union on whether membership negotiations should start. EU leaders agreed last December that accession talks should open in June if Montenegro met certain requirements, primarily in the field of judicial reform and combating crime and corruption...

23.03.2012.

Today's Zaman: Turkey and Montenegro - Two best examples in Balkans

Turkey acknowledges the value of Montenegro as a success story in terms of bringing different ethnicities and religious groups together in a region where many conflicts skirt these fault lines. Ankara lent its support to Montenegrin government initiatives in this respect and is doing everything it can to shore up the fragile ethnic/religious makeup of this tiny country in the Western Balkans...

20.03.2012.

Prime Minister Lukšić's interview to Turkish daily "Today's Zaman"

Prime Minister Lukšić

Montenegrin Prime Minister Igor Luksic has said Turkey and Montenegro can do so much more in the Balkans by coordinating their messages on stability while promoting ethnic and religious diversity in the region. “By passing harmonized messages the two countries can do much more on regional issues,” Luksic said in an exclusive interview with Today’s Zaman on Thursday, asking for stronger resolutions during high-level exchanges between the two countries...”

29.11.2011.

AP: Montenegrin PM: We won't abandon euro

(AP) PODGORICA, Montenegro — Montenegro Prime Minister Igor Luksic said Monday his government won't abandon the euro as its currency, despite concerns that the eurozone crisis could damage the small Balkan economy...

14.06.2011.

PM Lukšić's interview for Reuters, June 8, 2011

PM Lukšić

PM Lukšić's interview for Reuters, June 8, 2011... Video

08.03.2011.

CorD: I speak Montenegrin - Igor Luksic, Prime Minister of Montenegro

CorD: I speak Montenegrin -  Igor Luksic, Prime Minister of Montenegro

Despite being at the helm of government for only two months, Igor Lukšić, the Prime Minister of Montenegro(www.predsjednik.gov.me/predsjednik), talks in an exclusive interview with CorD about his first informal visit to Belgrade, and the relationship between the once close countries...

25.01.2011.

Prime Minister Igor Luksic's interview to Reuters: Montenegro mulls IMF loan, new Eurobond issue

PODGORICA, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Montenegro may turn to the IMF for a debut precautionary loan and issue another Eurobond in the next few months, its new prime minister said on Friday, as it seeks new investors abroad to bolster its economic recovery...

25.01.2011.

Interview of Prime Minister Igor Luksic to Reuters

PODGORICA, Jan 21 (Reuters) - European Union candidate member Montenegro will fight corruption as called for by Brussels but current government members are unlikely to face prosecution, the new prime minister said on Friday."No one will remain in the shade and out of the reach of the prosecutor's office," Igor Luksic said in his first interview with the foreign media since taking office last month. "So anything they think is appropriate to do, they will be free to do and that is the message they will receive from me...