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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

German delegation arrived in Montenegro

German delegation arrived in Montenegro

Montenegro’s Prime Minister Mr Dusko Markovic met the German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier and a German delegation that yesterday arrived on an official visit to our country. As announced by the government, one of the main topics of discussion between Markovic and the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Financial System Milutin Simović with the… READ MORE

Construction of the motorway enhances Montenegrin economy

Construction of the motorway enhances Montenegrin economy

Vice President of the Government for Economic policy and financial system, Milutin Simović, opened in Budva today, the jubilee 40th Building construction trade fair, 13th Fair of Plumbing and Sanitary Technology and 6th Energy trade fair. Partner country of the fair is People’s Republic of China. Simović pointed out that participation of the exhibitors from 18 countries serves… READ MORE

DPS leader Milo Djukanovic nominated as the party’s presidential candidate

DPS leader Milo Djukanovic nominated as the party’s presidential candidate

After several months of waiting , the leadership of the Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, decided that Milo Djukanovic will be its candidate in the April presidential election. DPS seriously considered who could be its presidential candidate to respond to the new moment and the challenges that Montenegro is facing with ; Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, Milutin Simovic, Zoran… READ MORE

Turkish companies ready to invest in Montenegro

Turkish companies ready to invest in Montenegro

Montenegrin deputy prime minister Milutin Simovic and his Turkish counterpart Recep Akdag have signed a package of agreements and thus achieved results in the field of deepening and improving economic cooperation. The goals have been defined, which include three times increase in the volume of trade exchange and encouraging new Turkish companies to invest in… 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