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28.11.2018

PM Marković on occasion of two years of Government's work

PM Marković on occasion of two years of Government

Podgorica, Montenegro (28 November 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković noted on the occasion of the second anniversary of the 41st Government of Montenegro that the Government started its mandate in an extremely challenging environment, in 2016 - the most challenging year for Montenegro in its recent history, but thanks to the dedicated work of the entire Government an excellent result has been achieved. Today Montenegro is a large construction site, it is more stable than ever and it has started accelerated economic development and improvement of the living standards, he added...



16.11.2018.

Oil, gas exploration in Montenegrin offshore begins, ministers say: Environment is protected to maximum extent

Oil, gas exploration in Montenegrin offshore begins, ministers say: Environment is protected to maximum extent

Prime Minister Duško Marković and ministers of economy and sustainable development and tourism, Dragica Sekulić and Pavle Radulović, visited earlier today the "Polar Empress" ship, which began research in the offshore of Montenegro and said that today is the beginning of a new era of industrial production in Montenegro and that environmental protection will be taken into account during the research...



 

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14.12.2018.

PM Marković wishes happy Tuzi municipal day

PM Marković wishes happy Tuzi municipal day

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 December 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated the leadership and councilors in the Municipal Assembly on 15 December - the Municipal Day of Tuzi...

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13.12.2018.

PM Marković to deliver "Petar Lubarda" state award

Prime Minister Duško Marković will deliver tomorrow the 2018 "Petar Lubarda" award for fine arts to artist Milka Delibašić. The ceremony on the occasion of delivering the award and the opening of the Art Salon of the same name will take place at the Montenegrin Art Gallery "Miodrag Dado Đurić" in Cetinje, starting at 12.00...

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12.12.2018.

PM Marković: Chief Special Prosecutor was icon to part of opposition when he arrested DPS members

PM Marković: Chief Special Prosecutor was icon to part of opposition when he arrested DPS members

Prime Minister Duško Marković said today at the Questions to the Prime Minister session that there are no similarities between the earlier decision of President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović to give a statement to the Prosecutor's Office and the current decision of Nebojša Medojević, MP, not to respond to the call of the Special Prosecutor, adding that the opposition made the Chief Special Prosecutor an icon when he ordered the detention of members of the DPS...

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12.12.2018.

PM Marković at PMQs: Government continues education system reform, I am pleased that young people dominantly see future in tourism and agriculture

PM Marković at PMQs: Government continues education system reform, I am pleased that young people dominantly see future in tourism and agriculture

Podgorica, Montenegro (12 December 2018) – Prime Minister Duško Marković said at the Prime Minister's Questions session that the link between education and the labour market was set as an objective in all strategic documents in the field of education, and that good cooperation between employers and schools remains a priority for the Government in this segment, adding that a series of undertaken activities gave results...

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12.12.2018.

PM Marković: Government will not buy social peace by increasing salaries without any objective grounds

PM Marković: Government will not buy social peace by increasing salaries without any objective grounds

Podgorica, Montenegro (12 December 2018) – "For the third year in a row, this Government has been proposing a budget, which is entirely financed from the original income. There is no indebtedness for consumption, and in public sectors we pay as much as we can earn, without new burdens for the economy and citizens. We want to keep it that way," said Prime Minister Duško Marković at the Prime Minister's Questions session answering the question by Raško Konjević, MP, from the Social Democratic Party why the Government does not increase salaries in education, health care and the security sector...

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