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Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination

Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination

Western Balkans region should put its natural and cultural potential into the function of tourism economy, harmonised with modern demand of the world market. Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination. However, only a unified, diverse and wider tourism offer of the region countries can be valued more efficiently on the international market, it was said… 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

Montenegro and Australia open to improve bilateral relations

Montenegro and Australia open to improve bilateral relations

Montenegro and Australia want to work together on strengthening bilateral relations , it was said in the meeting between Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, and the Ambassador of Australia, Ms Ruth Stewart. “For the past three years, the Government has been committed to the implementation of economic reforms. As a result, we have an economic… READ MORE

Sekulić invites American investors to Montenegro

Sekulić invites American investors to Montenegro

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs and Special Representative of the State Department for the Western Balkans Matthew Palmer visited on Monday the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, in his first official visit to the countries in the region. “You can count on Montenegro’s absolute partnership and my personal engagement in doing… READ MORE

Sebastian Kurz to open conference in Budva

Sebastian Kurz to open conference in Budva

  Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and the President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović, along with the president of the Chamber of Commerce Vlastimir Golubović, will open a two-day conference on economy, which will take place in Budva on 25-26 October. Prime minister Duško Marković, Edi Rama, Ramuš Haradinaj, Vjekoslav Bevanda, Kočo Anđušev and Rasim Ljajić, will speak on the conference main topic “the Western Balkans… READ MORE

Montenegro is making progress in the European integration process

Montenegro is making progress in the European integration process

Montenegro is making progress in the process of European integration, and Members of the European Parliament invite political management of the state to give priority to tackling problems in the area of the rule of law, freedom of media, corruption , money laundering, organized crime. The Resolution adopted by the Foreign Policy Committee on Tuesday,… READ MORE

Foreign investments in Montenegro have doubled since it joined NATO

Foreign investments in Montenegro have doubled since it joined NATO

Ever since it became NATO Member, investments of foreign investors from the states of the Alliance in to Montenegro have doubled, said the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg. “NATO makes billions of citizens across Europe and North America feel safe. Joining NATO means that you have 29 countries which take care of you and… READ MORE

The Western Balkans may become an alternative location for direct foreign investment

The Western Balkans may become an alternative location for direct foreign investment, the Vienna Institute for International Studies (WIIW) said in a recent report, stating that the principal reasons for this are underutilized workforce and improved infrastructure. In the WIIW’s report on regional business, it is stated that the influx of foreign direct investment in… READ MORE

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