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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Montenegro Airlines to launch Germany charters

Montenegro Airlines to launch Germany charters

Montenegro Airlines has reached a deal with Germany’s FTI Group to launch regular charter flights from Podgorica and Tivat next year. During the 2018 summer season, from April until October, the Montenegrin carrier will run two weekly charters from Podgorica to Munich, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Leipzing, as well as from Tivat to Munich and Leipzig…. READ MORE

Construction completed on the pillars of the largest bridge in the ex-Yu region

Construction completed on the pillars of the largest bridge in the ex-Yu region

  Construction has been finalized on the pillars of the largest bridge on priority section of the highway Bar Boljare. The construction site was visited today by the Minister of Traffic and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurkovic and Hei Shiqiang, CRBC executive director for Montenegro. Moracica bridge is one of the most demanding objects on the… READ MORE

UK companies increasingly interested in Montenegro

UK companies increasingly interested in Montenegro

British companies are increasingly interested in Montenegro, said the deputy prime minister for economic policy and financial system Milutin Simovic opening the UK-Montenegrin Trade and Investment Forum in London today. This gathering is organised in order to further stimulate companies from the UK to consider Montenegro as their investment base and base for doing business… READ MORE

Economic relations between Montenegro and Israel to be strengthened

Economic relations between Montenegro and Israel to be strengthened

The bilateral cooperation between Montenegro and Israel has been good so far and there are many possibilities for its further improvement, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs Srdjan Darmanovic. He met today with the Israeli Regional Cooperation Minister Tzachi Hanegbi. Darmanovic expressed interest in the overall strengthening of the economic relations between Montenegro and Israel,… READ MORE

Montenegro continues to champion the Open Door policy

Montenegro continues to champion the Open Door policy

Montenegro, as a NATO member, continues to strongly support the open door policy and promote the importance of further integration of the region in the alliance, said general director of the Defence Policy Directorate Ivica Ivanovic. He participates in the meeting of political directors of the defence ministries of the member and observer states of… READ MORE

Montenegro is a chance for Israeli investors

Montenegro is a chance for Israeli investors

Investments worth more than €3bn are currently being implemented in Montenegro. The favourable investment environment represents a chance for Israeli investors, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said at a meeting with Israeli Minister of Regional Cooperation Tzachi Hanegbi. The officials agreed that the relations between Montenegro and Israel were sincere and strong, which was a good… READ MORE

EX-YU airports handle over 20 million passengers

EX-YU airports handle over 20 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia have handled over twenty million passengers during the first three quarters of 2017, with eight of them welcoming over a million travellers for the first time. Tivat joined the list in late September, while Podgorica Airport will follow suit and handle its millionth passenger in late November or early December…. READ MORE

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