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Bulgarian President: More pragmatism needed in work of Southeast Europe Cooperation Process

By   /  08/03/2017  /  AL Energy, AL Politics, Albania, BA Energy, BA Politics, BG Energy, BG Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, ME Energy, ME Politics, MK Energy, MK Politics, Montenegro, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia, TR Politics, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Bulgarian President: More pragmatism needed in work of Southeast Europe Cooperation Process

  At a meeting with ambassadors from seven Balkan countries in Sofia on March 8, Bulgarian head of state President Roumen Radev called for more pragmatism in the work of the Southeast Europe Cooperation Process and in the co-ordination of projects carried out with EU funds. The meeting, the first with this group of ambassadors […]

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UK Foreign Minister visits Montenegro with an implicit message to Russia

By   /  28/02/2017  /  ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics  /  Comments Off on UK Foreign Minister visits Montenegro with an implicit message to Russia

  In paying an official visit to Montenegro last week the UK Foreign Minister Sir Alan Duncan was aiming to reaffirm his government’s support for the Balkan country’s prospect of joining the big western alliances, NATO and the EU. The visit and its message had taken on additional diplomatic weight since it took place only […]

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Serbia respects Montenegro’s decision on NATO

By   /  03/02/2017  /  Headlines, ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Serbia respects Montenegro’s decision on NATO

Unlike Serbia, Montenegro is on the path towards NATO membership, but Belgrade will respect the decision of its neighbor country, prime minister Alekasandar Vucic said after meeting his Montenegrin homologue Dusko Markovic in Belgrade today. “We do respect the sovereign decisions of Montenegro, just like Montenegro respects Serbia’s decision to be military neutral. This is […]

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Pristina and Podgorica hold talks in Shkoder about the issue of demarcation

By   /  12/12/2016  /  Headlines, Kosovo, ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Pristina and Podgorica hold talks in Shkoder about the issue of demarcation

Governments of Kosovo and Montenegro are holding fresh talks about the border demarcation between the two countries. Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa met on Sunday at noon in Shkoder (Albania) with the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dushko Markovic. The meeting had not been announced officially, therefore the presence of the cars of the two […]

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High-Ranking Defence Officials Discuss Terrorist Threat in the Region

By   /  09/12/2016  /  AL Politics, Albania, BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, HR Politics, Kosovo, ME Politics, MK Politics, Montenegro, RS Politics, Serbia, SI Politics, Slovenia, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on High-Ranking Defence Officials Discuss Terrorist Threat in the Region

US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence Michael Carpenter (photo) said on Friday at Trakošćan that, due to intensified attacks on the fighters of the Islamic State in Mosul and the attack on Aleppo, there is a growing risk of terrorists coming to the region. Carpenter took part in a meeting of defence ministers of the […]

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Montenegro’s NATO membership is in Croatia’s interest, MPs say

By   /  24/11/2016  /  Croatia, HR Politics, ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics  /  Comments Off on Montenegro’s NATO membership is in Croatia’s interest, MPs say

Most political groups in the Croatian parliament on Wednesday endorsed ratification of Montenegro’s NATO accession treaty saying that the alliance’s further expansion was of great importance to long-term stability in Southeast Europe and that it would also strengthen the security of Croatia. “Support for Montenegro’s accession to the NATO alliance is in the national interest […]

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“Russians, Serbians, and Montenegrins planned attack”

By   /  07/11/2016  /  ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on “Russians, Serbians, and Montenegrins planned attack”

The organizers of an attempted terrorist attack in Montenegro on election day, October 16 included “two nationalists from Russia.” The goal of the operation was “to topple the current Montenegrin authorities, liquidate PM Milo Djukanovic (photo) and prevent Montenegro from joining NATO.” This is what Montenegro’s chief special prosecutor, Milivoje Katnic, told an extraordinary news […]

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EU supports cross border cooperation

By   /  26/10/2016  /  BA Politics, BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, ME Politics, ME Social, Montenegro, Politics  /  Comments Off on EU supports cross border cooperation

The Directorate for European Integration of the Council of Ministers of BiH (DEI), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro in cooperation with the Delegation of the EU to BiH organised a kick-off meeting on the occasion of announcing the first call for proposals under the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) II Cross-border […]

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Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic steps down

By   /  26/10/2016  /  ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics  /  Comments Off on Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic steps down

Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has announced that he is “leaving all state roles,” the Beta agency is reporting. Djukanovic also said that if his DPS party gets a mandate to form a government, he will be replaced at the cabinet’s helm by Dusko Markovic, currently the party’s deputy president. The party is set to […]

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Russia wants do dissociate Serbia from EU, Jovanovic says

By   /  25/10/2016  /  Headlines, ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Russia wants do dissociate Serbia from EU, Jovanovic says

Cedomir Jovanovic (photo), leader of opposition Liberal-Democratic Party, demanded calling of special session of Serbian parliament dedicated to security situation in the country. At the session which may be closed for media, members of parliament should be informed who were Serbian nationals arrested in Montenegro because of terrorism, Jovanovic told journalists today. He alluded on […]

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