Montenegro

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.

Petrov: Croatia-Montenegro cooperation exemplary in region

After Croatian lawmakers ratified the NATO-Montenegro accession protocol on Friday, Parliament Speaker Bozo Petrov said that the cooperation between Croatia and Montenegro was a positive example...

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...

Montenegro wants to question two Russians over coup attempt

The Montenegrin Justice Ministry has sent to the Russian Justice Ministry a request to question two Russian citizens -- Eduard Vladimirovich Shirokov and Vladimir Nikolaievich Popov -- suspected...

S&P: Ratings for most ex-Yugoslav republics lower than 25 yrs ago

In a report called "The Former Yugoslav Republics 25 Years After The Fall of Yugoslavia. Where Are They Now?" Standard&Poor's Global Ratings (S&P) said that most of the countries have...

Prosecutor: Russians masterminds of attempted attack in Montenegro

Montenegro's special state prosecutor Milivoje Katnic said on Sunday that two Russian nationalists were masterminds of a recent "attempted terrorist attack" that should have happened during...

NATO official says no base in Montenegro

NATO Deputy Secretary-General Rose Gottemoeller has said there will be no NATO base in Montenegro, alleviating the concern of the Montenegrin public that one of the country's seaports could be...

Serbia trains with both Russian and NATO military in tightrope act

Around 300 soldiers from Russia and Belarus began training with the Serbian military on Thursday even as Serbian soldiers were training with NATO in neighbouring Montenegro, highlighting Belgrade'...

Montenegrin PM designate holds 1st round of talks with minorities

The candidate of the ruling Montenegrin Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) for the position of Prime Minister Designate, Dusko Markovic, on Wednesday wrapped up first consultations with ethnic...

Montenegro premier "needs to rest" after quarter-century in power

Montenegro’s longtime Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said that the need for rest led him to leave government after another election win earlier this month.

Russian Security Council chief on visit to Serbia

Serbia expelled several Russian nationals on suspicion of their involvement in preparing the alleged terrorist operations against Montenegro, the Belgrade media reported on Thursday, bringing into...

Montenegro's Djukanovic to step aside, but keep grip on power

Montenegro's longtime Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic will quit the government voluntarily for the third time in 25 years, but indicated Wednesday that he will keep power in his hands by remaining...