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23.03.2018.

Montenegro to focus on reforms towards successful completion of negotiation process

Montenegro to focus on reforms towards successful completion of negotiation process Podgorica, Montenegro (23 March 2018)-- Based on the reforms and the results achieved, especially in the area of ​​the rule of law, we expect 2018 to be the year when Montenegro will open all the remaining negotiating chapters and strongly focus on further reforms towards the successful completion of negotiations with the EU, said the Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin at today's meeting with ambassadors of the EU member states and the Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro.

20.03.2018.

DPM Pažin: Montenegro seeks support from European partners to begin final stage of its strategic European path

DPM Pažin: Montenegro seeks support from European partners to begin final stage of its strategic European path

In addressing members of the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) today in Brussels, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin expressed the expectation that good quality of internal reforms, with a high degree of support from European partners, will bring Montenegro to the final stage of its strategic European path – the phase of closing negotiating chapters...

20.03.2018.

Montenegro is ready to open remaining chapters and enter final phase of EU accession

Montenegro is ready to open remaining chapters and enter final phase of EU accession

Montenegro is ready to open the remaining three negotiating chapters this year and to fully devote itself to fulfilling the conditions for completing the negotiations in all negotiating chapters in the coming period, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin said at today's meeting with the European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn at the headquarters of the European Commission in Brussels...

19.03.2018.

DPM Pažin to lead Montenegrin delegation to Brussels

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin will lead the Montenegrin delegation, which will visit the EU institutions in Brussels on Tuesday and Wednesday, 20 and 21 March 2018. President of the Supreme Court Vesna Medenica will also be in the Montenegrin delegation...

07.03.2018.

Civil Code of Montenegro to provide greater protection of citizens' rights and improve economic environment

Civil Code of Montenegro to provide greater protection of citizens

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2018) -- Unification of rules and norms regulating contractual, family, inheritance and other civil rights within the Civil Code will provide greater legal security for the Montenegrin citizens and a more reliable legal environment for economic advancement of the society, today's conference dedicated to the codification of the Montenegrin civil law stressed...

26.02.2018.

Public Administration Reform Council holds its fifth session

Public Administration Reform Council holds its fifth session

The Public Administration Reform Council held its fifth session today, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister for Political System, Internal and Foreign Policy Zoran Pažin. At today's session, the Council discussed the Annual Report on the Implementation of the Action Plan Implementing the 2016-2020 Public Finance Management Reform Programme for the period January-December 2017. This document represents the first Annual Report for the revised Programme, covering the implementation period from 1 January to 31 December 2017, and provides a general overview of the most important results achieved during 2017...

21.02.2018.

Deputy Prime Minister Pažin: Government stands ready to support establishment of self-regulation, without any interference in its independence

Deputy Prime Minister Pažin: Government stands ready to support establishment of self-regulation, without any interference in its independence

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin spoke Wednesday at the opening of the conference on “Investigative Journalism and the Code of Ethics – Obstacles, Challenges and How to Attain Professional Standards”, hosted in Podgorica by the Montenegrin Center for Investigative Journalism and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, with the support of the EU Delegation in Montenegro...

19.02.2018.

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster

DPM Pažin: Planned amendments to Law on RTCG will provide stronger guarantee for full independence of national broadcaster

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2018) -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin informed representatives of national broadcaster RTCG and national media regulator, namely President of the RTCG Council Vladimir Pavićević, RTCG Director General Andrijana Kadija, President of the Council of the Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) Ranko Vujović, and Director of the AEM Abaz Džafić, about the basic intentions of the Government when proposing amendments to the Law on RTCG, an activity scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2018 by the Government’s Annual Programme of Work...

09.02.2018.

PM Marković meets with representatives of inspection services: Fight against grey economy should be continued at same pace

PM Marković meets with representatives of inspection services: Fight against grey economy should be continued at same pace

Prime Minister Duško Marković held a regular monthly meeting with representatives of inspection services on Friday. It was assessed at the meeting that the coordination of the inspection services in the previous year gave excellent results and that the current activities should be continued in this year, with additional attention being paid to the expenditure side of the budget...

08.02.2018.

DPM Pažin: Government fully supports work of Media Commission

DPM Pažin: Government fully supports work of Media Commission

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 February 2018) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet discussed the Overall Summary Report by the Media Commission tasked with monitoring investigations into cases of violence against journalists. The Government supports the work of the Media Commission and is ready to meet all its recommendations within the government’s remit and in accordance with the law, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin told a press conference following the Cabinet session...