Montenegro

Kosovic: Vijesti daily do their job professionally

Podgorica, (MINA) – Montenegrin president Milo Djukanovic’s charges against the Daily pres are an indicator of Montenegro’s 104th position in regard to media freedoms, said editor in chief of Vijesti daily Srdan Kosovic and added that he would always cover the topics of public interest. Djukanovic filed charges with the Basic Court in Podgorica against Daily pres and Atlas group...

Support to North Macedonia in NATO membership bid

Podgorica, (MINA) – Full-fledged membership of North Macedonia in the Alliance will additionally strengthen the pursuit towards preserving peace and stability in the region, it was heard in the meeting between the representatives of Montenegrin and Macedonian defense ministries. According to the government’s press release, Ivica Ivanovic and Mihailo Volkov from the Montenegrin Defense Ministry met in Skopje with North...

Montenegro in 104th position

Podgorica, (MINA) – Montenegro fell one place in the list of countries in regard to press freedoms and now takes the 104th position out of 180 countries, the Reports Without Borders’ report stated. As stated, the European Union and the Balknas registered the second, biggest deterioration of press freedoms in regional score (1.7%). “It is still the region where press freedoms...

Montenegro dubbed leader in integration process

Brussels, (MINA) – Montenegro sees no alternative to its future in the Euro-Atlantic and European space, but does not want membership in the EU until it is fully prepared for it, said Prime Minister Dusko Markovic. He met Wednesday in Brussels with the ambassadors of the EU member states, within the continuation of the dialogue about the process of Montenegro's...

Movement “To Freedom” to organized protest

Podgorica, (MINA) – The protest of the “To Freedom” movement will take place on Thursday, when Atlas Group president Dusko Knezevic will present, via video link, the information about Supreme Public Prosecutor Ivica Stankovic, the organization committee of that movement stated. Bozidar Jovanovic of this movement said that the protest will take place outside the Supreme and Special Public prosecutors’...

Micro-bit school clubs growing in number

Podgorica, (MINA) – Micro-bit pocket computer, which has been introduced to the Montenegrin schools owing to the British Council, has taken off through micro-bit school clubs which are growing in number, as well as their projects, it was stated by the Education Ministry. “One of them is micro-bit project of the Njegos elementary school from Cetinje under the name “Medicine...

Cooperation in fight with security threats to be improved

Podgorica, (MINA) – Montenegro and Hungary will advocate for preserving and improving of cooperation in fight against current security threats and challenges, with special emphasize on preventive activities against terrorism, illegal migrations and hybrid threats. That was agreed in Budapest during the meeting between Montenegrin Defense Minister Predrag Bokovic and his Hungarian counterpart Tibor Benko. The Defense Ministry stated that Boskovic...

Djukanovic: Montenegro committed to integration processes

Podgorica, (MINA) – Montenegro is committed to integration processes, said president of the country Milo Djukanovic, expressing belief that, with support of its neighbors and other EU member states, it would become the next EU member. Djukanovic met on Tuesday with the representatives of the Conference of Young Parliamentarians’ participants, organized by the Parliament of Montenegro and the Foreign Affairs...

Markoviću uručili peticiju za zaštitu Solane

Podgorica, (MINA) – The representatives of four NGOs presented Prime Minister Dusko Markovic with a petition with more than 90,000 signatures, for protection of Ulcinj Salina. According to the press release from the government’s PR Bureau, at a meeting with representatives of four NGOs - EuroNatur Foundation, BirdLife International, Center for Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro (CZIP) and...

Balkans needs young forces, ready for challenges

Podgorica, (MINA) – Europe and the Balkans need young, energetic and progressive forces, ready to respond to the challenges of the new era, it was heard in the Conference of Young Parliamentarians, organized by the Parliament of Montenegro and the Foreign Affairs and Diaspora committee. The representatives of the national parliaments of 20 European and the Western Balkans’ states are...