Montenegro's chief negotiator with Brussels, Aleksandar Andrija Pejovic, tells BIRN that Britain’s exit from the EU will not slow the region’s own path towards membership.
H. E. Aleksandar Andrija Pejović, State Secretary - Chief Negotiator for Montenegro's accession to EU
Igor Lukšić, former Prime Minister and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, was interviewed at the International Peace Institute by Warren Hoge, IPI Senior Adviser for External Relations, on Thursday, July 8, 2016.
The United Nations will select a new Secretary General this year to take over from Ban Ki-moon, whose term ends on 31 December. In the leadup to the appointment, we will be featuring interviews with some of the candidates for the role. In the first of these discussions, EUROPP editor Tena Prelec speaks to Igor Luksic
Montenegro’s candidate platform for the position of UN Secretary General
The world has been changing. Some say it is in tumult. Globalization continues and different forms of resistance are in play. The international community has been strong in adopting agendas, but not as strong in delivering them.
Regional Conference “Cross-Border Cooperation: Opportunities for joint action on the border of Montenegro, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina” was held in Herceg Novi on 21 and 22 of April.
It is indeed great honour to address you today and once again confirm the commitment of Montenegro to fully implement the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development
The closing meeting of the rule of law expert mission that came to Montenegro on 18 April took place today.
Montenegro's Embassy to the Republic of Macedonia, in cooperation with the National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro (NTO) and the Tourism Organisation of Podgorica (TOP) hosted the Podgorica Evening in Skopje.