Survey shows majority of Montenegrins for EU accession

Over two-thirds of Montenegrin citizens would vote for their country's European Union accession were a referendum on it held today, according to a survey presented in Podgorica on Tuesday.

Two men suspected of terrorism activities in Montenegro arrested in Serbia

ZAGREB, Jan 14 (Hina) - Two Serbian citizens suspected of having taken part in an attempted coup d'etat in Montenegro have been arrested on a Montenegrin warrant, the media in Belgrade reported on...

Croatia's HT buys majority stake in Montenegrin Telecom

The Croatian telecommunications company Hrvatski Telekom (HT) signed an agreement on Tuesday to buy 76.53 percent of shares in Montenegro's Crnogorski Telekom from Hungary's Magyar Telekom for EUR...

Montenegro to continue its Euro-Atlantic integration process in 2017, says Vujanovic

Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic has said that he believes the year 2017 will bring new integration successes to Montenegro, with accession to NATO in the first half of the year and...

Bosnia, Montenegro report earthquakes

An earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale rocked the Sarajevo area shortly before 9 AM on Saturday, but there were no reports of material damage.

Number of Montenegro's NATO accession supporters and opponents equal

The margin between supporters and opponents of Montenegro's accession to NATO is extremely narrow, according to results of a survey conducted by the Podgorica-based Centre for Democracy whose...

Croatian FM says Montenegro's aspired membership of NATO investment in security

The security of citizens is a key priority and the ratification of Montenegro's NATO accession protocol is an investment in security in this part of Europe, Croatian Foreign Minister Davor Ivo...

Djukanovic withdraws from Montenegrin parliament

Milo Djukanovic, leader of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), has resigned as a member of the Montenegrin parliament, the parliament said on Friday.

Montenegro opens two more EU policy chapters

Montenegro opened two policy chapters at an intergovernmental accession conference in Brussels on Tuesday and now has 26 chapters open in its European Union accession negotiations.

Free Route Airspace introduced over Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatia Control (HKZP), Serbia-Montenegro's SMATSA and Bosnia and Herzegovina's BHANSA, as of 8 December have introduced the concept of Free Route Airspace (FRA) facilitating 24-hour free planning...

Stier expects accession conferences for Serbia and Montenegro to be successful

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Davor Ivo Stier said on Monday he expected inter-governmental conferences on the accession of Serbia and Montenegro to the European Union to be...

Croatia launches trilateral cooperation in Adriatic with Montenegro and Albania

Croatia has launched trilateral cooperation with Montenegro and Albania in the economy and environmental protection to strengthen its position in the Adriatic, Foreign and European Affairs...

Croatian Civil Society of Montenegro celebrates 15th anniversary

The Croatian Civil Society of Montenegro (HCDCG) celebrated the 15 anniversary of its existence in Kotor on Saturday.

Man arrested in Montenegro for war crime in Croatia

Montenegrin police on Tuesday evening arrested Miroslav Jovic (47) at Tivat airport, charged with a war crime committed in Croatia, electronic media in Podgorica reported on Wednesday, citing a...

Montenegro gets new government

Montenegro's Prime Minister-Designate Dusko Markovic on Monday presented the country's new government of 19 ministers, who received majority support in parliament.