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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

Đukanović: We will come out of this crisis

Đukanović: We will come out of this crisis

If he could find only one word to describe how competent authorities in Montenegro responded to the coronavirus outbreak, it would be responsibility, said Mr Milo Đukanović, president of Montenegro. “It’s a professional, state and social responsibility. Montenegro has proven it can react efficiently and timely”, Mr Đukanović said. He thinks those times have shown… READ MORE

Montenegro is an example for the whole world

Montenegro is an example for the whole world

Montenegro is an example for the whole world of how tourism potentials should be exploited in a sustainable way, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic and World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Director for Europe Alessandra Priante announced at a meeting. “We are strongly focused on tourism, with an emphasis on sustainable development. We want to preserve our resources… READ MORE

Montenegro 5th fastest-growing tourism destination

Montenegro 5th fastest-growing tourism destination

The United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO released the annual report on the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world. Thanks to an increase in number of arrivals – 21.4%. It is also interesting to note that some countries that have been reminiscent of violence, terrorist attacks and political instability have become very popular. One… READ MORE

Airports in the region handled a record 29.8 million passengers

Airports in the region handled a record 29.8 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia handled a record 29.8 million passengers in 2019. For a second consecutive year, ten airports managed to welcome over one million travellers. Belgrade processed the largest number of new passengers, adding over half a million, and saw the biggest percentage growth among capital city airports. Airport Passengers 2019 Passengers 2018… READ MORE

Sunday Times about Montenegro: The millionaire’s playground

Sunday Times about Montenegro: The millionaire’s playground

A small, rocky and beautiful Balkan country has something for everyone, says Alexandra Goss, whose recent review of Montenegro and its real estate was recently published in the famous Sunday Times. “When you request €100 from a cash machine in Porto Montenegro, it spits out a crisp €100 note, which tells you pretty much all… READ MORE

FDI inflow exceeds €2,2 billion

FDI inflow exceeds €2,2 billion

In the past three years, FDI inflow exceeded €2,2 billion, said Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković at the occasion of celebrating of 10 years since the establishment of the Investment Development Fund. “This great result is the fruit of well-shaped economic policy. Such balances are characteristics of stable states, with stimulating business environment”, said Mr… READ MORE

Podgorica Airport maintains growth

Podgorica Airport maintains growth

One of two international airports in Montenegro – Podgorica Airport served a total of 106.566 passengers in October, representing an increase of 10.7% compared to the same period last year. This is despite the number of aircraft movements decreasing 9.2% to 642. Over the elapsed ten months, Podgorica Airport welcomed 1.137.480 travellers through its doors,… READ MORE