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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

Foreign investors poured almost €600m into Montenegro

Foreign investors poured almost €600m into Montenegro

According to the latest preliminary data of the Central Bank of Montenegro, CBCG, the net  foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow in Montenegro from Jan. to Sept. amounted to EUR 218.39 million. Foreign investors invested a total of EUR 588.8 million in Montenegro, but the final amount is less than the last year’s one (when it… READ MORE

NATO boosted foreign investments in Montenegro

NATO boosted foreign investments in Montenegro

    Montenegrin NATO membership  strengthened macroeconomic stability and built up investors’ trust. That reflects best in the increase in the inflow of foreign direct investments, which amounted 244,4 million EUR for the seven months of this year. “The biggest inflow of FDI came from NATO Members: Italy (16,5% of the total inflow), Hungary (12%),… READ MORE

I see real opportunities for Montenegro to become a member of EU soon

Prime Ministers of Montenegro and Hungary, Dusko Markovic and Viktor Orban, told at the press conference following their official talks in Podgorica earlier today that relations between the two countries are at the highest level, characterized by the alliance in NATO, European integration cooperation and the extraordinary room for investing in the Montenegrin economy. “I… READ MORE

Hungary invested over €470m in Montenegro

Hungary invested over €470m in Montenegro

Hungarian companies have invested over €470m in Montenegro since 2004. When it comes to investment volume, Hungary is the fifth biggest Montenegrin partner, president Filip Vujanovic said. After meeting with Hungarian counterpart Janos Ader, who is in a two-day official visit to Montenegro, he said that Hungarian companies invested more than €34m in Montenegro last… READ MORE