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22.03.2021

PM Krivokapić plants olive tree in Tivat in memory of coronavirus victims in Montenegro

PM Krivokapić plants olive tree in Tivat in memory of coronavirus victims in Montenegro

On the occasion of the anniversary of the first coronavirus victim in Montenegro, Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić, Minister of Ecology, Spatial Planning and Urbanism, Ratko Mitrović and President of the Municipality of Tivat Željko Komnenović planted the first of 40 olive trees today in Krtoli in Tivat, in front of the Monastery of the St. Archangel Michael...



10.04.2021.

Order for Taking Temporary Measures to Prevent the Introduction into the Country, to Contain and to Prevent the Transmission of the Novel Coronavirus

Order for Taking Temporary Measures to Prevent the Introduction into the Country, to Contain and to Prevent the Transmission of the Novel Coronavirus

Pursuant to Article 55 paragraph 1 points 2 to 4 and point 9 of the Law on the Protection of Population against Infectious Diseases (Official Gazette of Montenegro 12/18 and 64/20), following a proposal of the Institute for Public Health of Montenegro, the Ministry of Health passed the Order for taking temporary measures to prevent the introduction into the country, to contain and to prevent the transmission of the novel coronavirus...



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16.04.2021.

Cabinet adopts Regulation enabling a public call to support the development of rural tourism

At yesterday's Cabinet session, the Decree on Amendments to the Decree on the Implementation and Procedure for the Use of Funds from the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance of the European Union (IPARD II programme) was adopted, which created the conditions for announcing the FIRST public call to support the development of rural tourism through the IPARD II programme...

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15.04.2021.

Press release from 20th Cabinet session

Press release from 20th Cabinet session

At its 20th session held on 15 April 2021, chaired by Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić, the Montenegrin Cabinet adopted the Decree on Amendments to the Decree on the Organisation and Manner of Work of the State Administration. In order to more efficiently implement the revenue policy, the proposed changes merge the competencies of the previous Revenue Administration and the Customs Administration...

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15.04.2021.

Provisions of the Criminal Code should be tightened in order to protect journalists

Provisions of the Criminal Code should be tightened in order to protect journalists

The Criminal Code of Montenegro should be amended in order to better protect journalists and media workers, the meeting between representatives of the Government and the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro (SMCG) noted. Advisers to the Deputy Prime Minister Filip Adžić and Miloš Perišić, as well as Vice President of the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro Radomir Kračković, President of the Trade Union of Radio and Television of Montenegro Jadranka Drobnjak and the expert associate Dražen Đurašković attended the meeting...

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15.04.2021.

Ministers Radulović and Injac participate in meeting of NATO Foreign and Defence Ministers

Ministers Radulović and Injac participate in meeting of NATO Foreign and Defence Ministers

Minister of Foreign Affairs Đorđe Radulović and Minister of Defence Olivera Injac participated yesterday in the meeting of the NATO Foreign and Defence Ministers, which was held by videoconference. The meeting was chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg...

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14.04.2021.

Abazović meets with Presker: Loudest critics of amendements to the Law on the Prosecutor's Office are those who are directly and indirectly affected by the smooth functioning of the Prosecutor's Office

Abazović meets with Presker: Loudest critics of amendements to the Law on the Prosecutor

Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazović met today with Ambassador of Slovenia to Montenegro Gregor Presker and Slovenia's Defence Attaché, Captain Boris Geršak. Noting that Montenegro and Slovenia have no open issues, DPM Abazović expressed satisfaction with the meeting and stated that the meeting was an opportunity to confirm good cooperation between the two countries at all levels...

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