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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Mike Pence to visit Montenegro

Mike Pence to visit Montenegro

US Vice President Mike Pence will visit Montenegro soon at the invitation of Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, the government stated. “The visit, which will follow the recent meetings of Markovic with Vice President Pence and State Secretary Rex Tillerson in Washington, is another confirmation of the excellent political relations between Montenegro and the United States… READ MORE

The green Southern Soul Festival begins tomorrow

The green Southern Soul Festival begins tomorrow

“This summer, when you visit Montenegro, reduce your carbon footprint – and if you come to the Southern Soul Festival – Jazz on, Rock on Greenly!”, the organizers of the Southern Soul Festival say. This summer, the Southern Soul Festival marks 5th anniversary with a very diverse selection of performers. Known as one of the… READ MORE

CRBC begins construction of Verusa and Matesevo loops

CRBC begins construction of Verusa and Matesevo loops

The Ministry of Sustainable Development has issued two new building permits for subsections 4.1.1 and 3.1 of the priority section of the Bar–Boljare highway, Dnevne Novine reports. Construction on the Tara 1 and Tara 2 bridges, as well as the Matesevo loop with its associated open segment is to begin on subsection 4.1.1. On subsection… READ MORE

Vlahovic ambassador to Vatican

Vlahovic ambassador to Vatican

Former foreign minister of Montenegro and US ambassador Miodrag Vlahovic will be the ambassador of Montenegro to the Holy See in the Vatican and the Sovereign Maltese Order, Dnevne Novine learns from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This long-time diplomat and the first foreign minister after Montenegro’s independence restoration is to replace current ambassador Veselin… READ MORE

Tivat Airport records strong growth

Tivat Airport records strong growth

Tivat Airport has seen its passenger numbers continue to improve in May by handling 75.922 travellers, a notable increase of 34.2% compared to the same month last year. Between January and May, the airport welcomed 167.449 passengers through its doors, up 16%. Of those, 90.416 were arriving travellers, and 77.033 departing. Tivat Airport narrowly missed… READ MORE

Montenegro the closest country to the EU membership

Montenegro the closest country to the EU membership

The government’s commitment is to complete accession negotiations by the end of its mandate and prepare the country for membership. Therefor we will direct all efforts and intensify the work of the entire state administration. So, we will do everything that is up to Montenegro, said Minister of European Affairs and Montenegro’s chief negotiator with… READ MORE

World travellers from New Zealand delighted with Montenegro

World travellers from New Zealand delighted with Montenegro

Nathan Buchan and Hannah Martin, the world travellers from New Zealand, have come to Montenegro after visiting Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Australia, Bali and England. They arrived in our country two weeks ago. They are particularly excited about Kotor, Skadar Lake and the Lovcen mountain. They post photos and videos from their trips on their… READ MORE

Montenegro got the Energy Stock Exchange

Montenegro got the Energy Stock Exchange

CEOs of Montenegrin power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG )Tonino Maglio , Montenegro’s electricity market operator (COTEE), Milan Radovic, and Managing Director and Chairman of the Montenegrin Electric Power Transmission System Director (CGES), Ivan Bulatovic and Dragan Laketic, signed the Founding Contract and the Statute of the Stock Exchange Electric Company Energy DOO. The Minister… READ MORE