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Montenegro is set to become a new member of the NATO but its path to the full membership became questioned after the election of Donald Trump as the US President. Russia has been a fierce opponent of Montenegro’s membership but the leadership of the small Adriatic nation is determined to pursue this goal. Euractiv already… » read more

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Montenegro: NATO’s next member? Foreign Policy magazine published an article about Montenegrin bid to join NATO, and interviewed Prime Minister of Montenegro- Mr Milo Djukanovic. Here are excerpts from the story: Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic is a fascinating man. After rising to prominence at an early age as an ally of Slobodan Milosevic, Djukanovic… » read more

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WASHINGTON – During his three-day visit, Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic will meet U.S. Vice-President Joseph Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. It is believed that one of the main themes to discuss will be Montenegro’s bid to join NATO, and U.S. support in that matter. However, medias pointed out that vast majority of Montenegrin… » read more

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Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic reflected on country’s progress so far, and said that Montenegro is on the right path towards achieving its goals which were ordered since declaring independence in 2006. PM Milo Djukanovic said that he believes Montenegro will overcome the first obstacle towards the accession to NATO by the end of the… » read more

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Montenegro submitted answers on EC questionnaire on December 9th 2009. Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic visited Brussels and gave the answers to the European Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn. Many other govrnment officials participated in the ceremony, including Minister of Finances Igor Luksic, Minister of Foreign Affairs Milan Rocen, Minister of European Integration Gordana Djurovic, as… » read more

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XI Conference of Chiefs of Defense from US-Adriatic Charter 5 member countries was held in Montenegrin city of Budva this week. Adriatic Charter is association of countries from Adriatic (Balkan’s) region with purpose of fostering their attempt to join NATO. It was formed by Albania, Croatia and Republic of Macedonia, and joined by Montenegro and… » read more

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The European Commission proposed lifting visa restrictions on three Western Balkans states – Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia. Under this proposal, liberalization of visas for nationals of the Western Balkans will come into force on January 1st, 2010. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana visited Montenegro on July 15th and stated that Montenegro has impressive progress… » read more

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Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic on Wednesday, November 5th, 2008, held talks in Brussels with the European foreign policy and security commissioner, Javier Solana. (From the Council of the European Union, November 5, 2008, Brussels, Belgium) On Wednesday, November 5th 2008., Mr. Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of Montenegro, was received by Mr. Javier Solana, European… » read more

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