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Monthly Archives: May 2020

Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro’s Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, annunced that Montenegro officially became the European corona-free destination. “Next week, a limited number of people will be allowed to attend sport events. Kindergartens, pre-school institutions, cinemas and theaters will be open”, PM said. Mr Marković announced opening borders with countries which “meet adequate epidemic criteria”. “Right now, these… READ MORE

No new coronavirus cases were reported in Montenegro

No new coronavirus cases were reported in Montenegro

Montenegro had 324 confirmed Covid 19-cases and 9 deaths so far. The first infection in our country was detected on March 17 and two days ago the Montenegro has become the coronavirus- free country. “As of yesterday, 148 samples were analysed and no new Covid-19 cases were spotted,” the Institute for Public Health announced. The… READ MORE

Start making plans for this summer and make sure Montenegro is on the list!

Start making plans for this summer and make sure Montenegro is on the list!

Montenegro is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Balkans. The newly independent state of Montenegro is one of the fastest growing tourist economies in the world. Well hidden between Balkan countries ( Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo) and the Adriatic Sea it has much to offer as a tourist destination…. READ MORE

Montenegro is officially corona-free destination

Montenegro is officially corona-free destination

Montenegro is officially the country with zero of active COVID-19 cases. After 68 days, from the first case, yesterday Montenegro became the first country to „win the war“ with COVID-19. The government of Montenegro made the announcement publicly last night on their official Twitter account. “#Montenegro is #CoronaFree. There are no more #COVID19 cases,” the… READ MORE

Montenegro celebrates the national holiday – Independence Day

Montenegro celebrates the national holiday – Independence Day

The Ministry of Labor and Social Security of Montenegro reported that on the occasion of the upcoming public holiday – Montenegrin Independence Day, non-working days will be Thursday, May 21, and Friday, May 22. “State and local self-government bodies, state institutions and companies, as well as other enterprises and organizations engaged in social activities, are… READ MORE

Montenegro Airlines expects first commercial flights in June

Montenegro Airlines expects first commercial flights in June

Montenegro Airlines (MA) expects to have the first commercial flights, to destinations in the region, in June. Montenegro’s flag carrier mentioned in a recent statement that in light of the latest measures against the COVID-19 pandemic provided by the national coordination body, the first flights are expected to fly in June and the first flights… READ MORE

Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

According to the latest forecast report of the Vienna Institute for the International Economic Studies (WIIW), Montenegrin economy will contract by 8%, due to heavy reliance on tourism. The report forecasts that Montenegrin economy will strengthen by 5% next year. Croatia is expected to face the greatest real GDP contraction. (11%). Croatia is followed by… READ MORE

British magazine: Montenegro is an ideal destination for a dream trip

British magazine: Montenegro is an ideal destination for a dream trip

The world famous magazine “Hello” published in its May edition an article about Montenegro. Article describes Montenegro as ideal travel destination. “Set on a peninsula in the Adriatic sea, Aman Sveti Stefan is charming and cool. Pine-shaded walkways snake their way about the place, connecting a jumble of terracotta-roofed cottages and suites. Along with vast… READ MORE

The discipline and responsibility of Montenegrin citizens shown in the Channel 4 News

The discipline and responsibility of Montenegrin citizens shown in the Channel 4 News

Coronavirus has affected almost all corners of the globe sending billions of people into lock-down. Since first being recorded late last year in China, the coronavirus has spread around the world, and been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. 212 Countries and Territories around the world have reported a total of 3,741,489 confirmed… READ MORE

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