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Daily Archives: 17. March 2020.

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Schools are closed, as well as hospitality businesses and shopping malls. They also closed play rooms for children and betting shops. Their border crossings. All foreigners are prohibited from entering the country. They landed planes, suspended international road and rail traffic. They introduced bans on all public gatherings. All Montenegro nationals who came from abroad… READ MORE

Markovic: Closing markets and blocking resources is not European behaviour, Montenegro makes ports available to neighbours

Markovic: Closing markets and blocking resources is not European behaviour, Montenegro makes ports available to neighbours

Prime Minister Duško Marković spoke today with with Austrian Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi and Prime Ministers of the other Western Balkan countries. Mr Marković said that the coronavirus pandemic is an opportunity to show our unity and commitment to European values and principles and Montenegro will… READ MORE