January 30, 2013

President Vujanovic Receives Newly-Appointed Ambassador of Montenegro to Hungary
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović received today the newly-appointed Ambassador of Montenegro to Hungary, Mirsad Bibović, who will perform this duty on a residential basis.

President Vujanović expressed his particular satisfaction over the comprehensive and intensive relations in all fields of the two countries, convinced that the good economic partnerships should be continued, while searching room for new forms of economic cooperation. The President also expressed his satisfaction over the official visit to Hungary on 5-6 April, 2011, which strongly encouraged the closeness of the two friendly states.

The President of Montenegro expressed his special thanks to the former Ambassador of Montenegro to Hungary, Vanja Brailo, who made his personal contribution to comprehensive relations of the two states. more
January 28, 2013

President Vujanović Answers Journalist’s Questions
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, after the presentation of the UNDP’s 2013 Human Development Report, answered the questions of the media representatives:

The journalist’s question:
Mr. President, Mr. Lekić expressed his belief this morning in his victory in the presidential elections. Do you have plans to win this victory after all, to lead Montenegro again?

President’s answer:

Of course. In all activities I had and all those elections I participated in, like others that participate in, I have an ambition to win. On the basis of the analysis and, naturally, on the basis of the result of my term of office and a belief of what will be the offer of my further activities. I am convinced that the citizens will recognize it as a reason to give me a support that will ensure my victory. more
January 28, 2013

President Vujanović at the Presentation of the 2013 UNDP National Human Development Report
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, delivered an introductory address at the presentation of the 2013 UNDP National Human Development Report: “People are the greatest wealth of a country. How rich is Montenegro?”, dedicated to the topic of human capital in Montenegro.

Please find the address of President Vujanović below:

Esteemed Mr. Vrbensky,
Your Excellencies Ambassadors,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

First of all, I wish to express my gratitude to the Office of the United Nations Development Programme in Montenegro for the preparation of the 2012 Human Development Report, in a joint endeavour with the public institutions of Montenegro and the non-governmental sector. more
January 25, 2013

President Vujanović’s message on the occasion of the Academy held in dedication to the International Remembrance Day of the Victims of the Holoca
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, sent a message to the Association of the PeopleČs Liberation War and Anti-fascists of Montenegro and to the Jewish Community in Montenegro on the occasion of marking the International Remembrance Day of the Victims of the Holocaust:

The day of memory of the victims of Holocaust, that is marked all over the world as a warning for mankind, is always an opportunity to remind ourselves of the horrors that fascism and racist ideology brought, and of devastating fact for the civilisation that during World War II, in the course of making of that biggest historical evil, over eleven million people were killed, six million of these were Jewish, and more than a million were children.

We are proud to point out that our anti-fascism, which represents a firm vertical of revival and duration of the state of Montenegro, gave in national liberation fight (NOB), its historically recognised contribution to the fight for permanent eradication of this evil that with its character and horrifying scope of crime marked European history of the 20th century. We still do that today, firmly committed to build a multi-ethnic society, with general protection of human rights and respect of peculiarities of all the citizens of Montenegro.

That is why, with compassion towards the victims of Holocaust, I express my respect for your organisation and the legacy of anti-fascism that you preserve, as well as for the fact that you consistently and resolutely promote those values, with the aim that the horrors on which the civilised world, with one voice said: never again, do not repeat. more
January 22, 2013

President Vujanović’s Congratulatory Message
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović congratulated January 23, the Journalists’ day to the journalists of Montenegro.

Esteemed journalists, I congratulate you on this important day for journalism in Montenegro, January 23. Celebrating the day when the first written Montenegrin journalists’ word was recorded in the paper “The Montenegrin”, back in 1871, is an honour and a duty to ,through journalism, keep the tradition, culture and to break our glorified past away from oblivion.

I am certain that all the members of the media scene of Montenegro will continue to contribute to the development and progress of our state through just and objective informing on its way to the European and Euro-Atlantic integrations.

Montenegro will continue to support the freedom of the media and promote the democratic environment, so that we could all contribute to Montenegro becoming a member of the EU, reads the congratulatory message of President Vujanović. more
January 22, 2013

President of Montenegro Proposes the Governor of the Central Bank of Montenegro
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, in the scope of his constitutional obligation and in accordance with the Law on Central Bank of Montenegro, proposed to the parliament of Montenegro Mr. Milojica Dakić, Vice-Governor of that bank, to be the new Governor of the Bank. Since the beginning of his service in 1975, Mr. Dakić discharged numerous and responsible affairs in the National Bank of Montenegro, now Central Bank of Montenegro, confirming his highly professional and responsible attitude. He also held the office of Vice-Governor in the National Bank of Montenegro, and before his appointment as the Vice-Governor of the Central Bank of Montenegro, he was the Director General of that Bank. Performing the most responsible duties in the National Bank of Montenegro and in the Central Bank of Montenegro, with his work he most strongly recommended himself for the position of the Governor of that bank.

The President of Montenegro proposed to the Speaker of the Montenegrin Parliament that, respecting Parliament’s dynamic of work, the appointment of the governor of the Central Bank of Montenegro takes place as soon as possible. more
January 22, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives the President of the National Council of Austria
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, talked today in Podgorica, with Her Excellency, Ms. Barbara Prammer, the President of the National Council of Austria.

During the talks, President Vujanović expressed utmost respect for close relations of Montenegro and Austria, pointing out that the parliamentary cooperation is its important segment and expressed his satisfaction with this visit. Thanking Austria on consistent support of Montenegro in its accession process to the European Union, the President acquainted his interlocutor with the plans of Montenegro in respect of its dynamic in the forthcoming period. He also stated expectation of further promotion of the economic cooperation and investment projects at the level of close state relationship.

The President of the National Council of Austria, Ms. Prammer, expressed her respect for Montenegro’s progress in the past period, as well as the expectation of its further progress in accession negotiations, pointing out that the constitutional amendments aimed at enhancement of independent judiciary are a priority for integrations, as well as the need for further intensification of investments in the economy of Montenegro.

The talks were attended by Erhard Busek, former Vice-Chancellor of Austria and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of “ERSTE Foundation”, Martin Pammer, the Ambassador of Austria to Montenegro and Gabriele Moser, a member of the National Council of Austria and the Chair of Austro-Montenegrin Parliamentary Friendship Group. more
January 22, 2013

President of Montenegro Appoints an Advisor
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujnović, appointed Dr Amer Halilović, who served as an MP in the Parliament of Montenegro for two terms of office as a member of Bosniak Party, as an Advisor for social and health care issues. more
January 22, 2013

President of Montenegro Resolves Zorica Marić-Đorđević from Duty
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujnović, resolved from office MA Zorica Marić-Đorđević, previous advisor in the field of security integrations from office due to her transition to the function of the Permanent Representative - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Montenegro to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), on a residential basis. more
January 18, 2013

President of the Republic of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić on Official Visit to Montenegro
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović welcomed today in Podgorica, with the highest state and military honors, the President of the Republic of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić, who is on an official visit to Montenegro.

The President of Montenegro and the President of the Republic of Serbia held a press conference, following the bilateral meeting which was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and European integration, Igor Lukšić PhD, and Ambassadors of Montenegro and Serbia, Igor Jovović and Zoran Lutovac.

President of Montenegro, Mr. Filip Vujanović:

Esteemed President of Serbia, Mr. Nikolić, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Today Montenegro has a pleasure to have the President of Serbia, Mr. Tomislav Nikolić, on an official visit and to confirm what our joint ambition is - that the relations of the two close and friendly countries, two close friendly peoples, serve as a basis for our outmost, comprehensive and intensive relations. We talked as we did on all earlier occasions, openly and constructively, above all friendly, about the joint ambition to use all resources in order to improve our relations. The relations are at a high level, but there is always room for their improvement. We talked about the integration process, because we are together on the path of the European integration. We made some steps forward here, with an ambition to win experiences and to help the acceleration of the European integration of Serbia as well, whose dynamics of integration is not only an interest of Serbia but of a region as a whole. more
January 06, 2013

President of Montenegro Wishes a Merry Christmas
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic sent a congratulatory message on the occasion of the Christmas holidays to all the Orthodox believers.

I wish a Merry Christmas to all the Orthodox believers, wishing that the eternal symbolism of Christ’s birth and commitment to the general good stimulate us to preserve peace, love, tolerance and harmony – values which are the cornerstone of every individual and society as a whole.

Let us rejoice together in the serenity of our homes, united by the wish to build a better and more prosperous future for us all and our homeland, Montenegro.

In that name, I once wish you a Merry Christmas, with sincere wishes for you to spend this most rejoicing Christian holiday in wellbeing, good health and happiness. more
January 03, 2013

President of Montenegro in Bijelo Polje
First of all, I wish to congratulate the citizens, councilors, President of the Municipal Assembly and President of the Municipality on the Day of Municipality of Bijelo Polje, to express my appreciation for all that has been done between this Day of Municipality and the last and appreciation for all that has been done through years in terms of development of Bijelo Polje. We can surely state that Bijelo Polje has a great infrastructure. A lot has been done primarily in the field of infrastructure. The bypass motorway was finished, which was, as many infrastructural projects, a multi-decennial expectation of the citizens of Bijelo Polje. A lot has been done in the field of healthcare. The primary healthcare centre was opened, representing one of the best primary healthcare centers in Montenegro. This year, investments were made in the hospital and energy efficiency projects, and I think that the healthcare infrastructure is at a very high level. In the field of elementary, secondary and higher education, a lot has been done too. Bijelo Polje is a town which has faculties and where students come to study. A lot has been done in the field of overall infrastructure and in the field of sports and culture. I think that Bijelo Polje is the town with the highest level of social care, as regards the welfare projects. By this I mean the home for the elderly and home for children with special needs and this social care is truly a constant in development and social care in Bijelo Polje. I am very rejoiced by the projection stated by the President of the Municipality, and that is orientation towards ensuring entrepreneurship as an opportunity for Bijelo Polje. This town has exquisite resources and opening of a business zone is a great chance for Bijelo Polje including the excellent incentive entrepreneurial measures created by the municipality. I expect that the Investment Development Fund, the Ministry of Agriculture will also provide for employment of a large number of people in the field of entrepreneurship, especially family businesses, so that they can provide for their own jobs. Here, there is a very strong network of secondary processing. I think that the network of primary agricultural production offers an opportunity for employment of many people and I am very pleased by the plan of President Zuric which will fully support entrepreneurship. I expect that the projects listed as this year’s projects will be implemented adequately and in that sense, I wish to express my particular appreciation for the local administration and President of the Municipality. more
January 01, 2013

Elections in Andrijevica on March 9, 2013
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović passed today the Decision on Calling the Election for Councilors of the Municipal Assembly of Andrijevica.

Pursuant to Article 95, paragraph 1, item 10 of the Constitution of Montenegro (“Official Gazette of Montenegro”, No 1/07) and Articles 13 and 14 of the Law on Election of Councilors and Members of the Parliament (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro”, No 4/98, 5/98, 17/98, 14/00, 18/00, 9/01, 41/02, 46/02, 45/04, 48/06, 56/06, and “Official Gazette of Montenegro” No 46/11) and Article 42, paragraph 1 of the Law on Local Self-government (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro” No 42/03, 28/04, 75/05 and 13/06 and “Official Gazette of Montenegro” No 88/09 and 3/10) and the Decision on shortening the mandate of the councilors of the Municipal Assembly of Andrijevica (“Official Gazette of Montenegro” – Municipal Ordinances 40/2012) I hereby pass the

Decision on Calling the Election for Councilors of the Municipal Assembly of Andrijevica

1. The Election for Councilors of the Municipal Assembly of Andrijevica shall be held on March 9, 2013.
2. The time limits for performing of election activities shall begin to run from January 1, 2013.
3. The time limit for submission of electoral lists for councilors to the Municipal Election Commission shall begin to run from January 21, and it shall end on February 12, 2013.
4. The right to media coverage of the pre-election campaign shall begin on the day of confirmation of the electoral lists of the participants in the pre-election campaign, and it shall end on March 7, 2013 at 00.00h.
5. This Decision shall enter into force on the day of its adoption, and it shall be published in the “Official Gazette of Montenegro” and in the “Official Gazette of Montenegro – Municipal Ordinances”. more
December 31, 2012

President of Montenegro to President of SNP
Answer of the President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović to an open letter of the President of the SNP, Srdjan Milić on the occasion of scheduling the elections in Andrijevica

Dear President,

I have carefully considered your letter No 03-649 of 31st December, 2012, you sent me as an open letter, and concerning which I think it is necessary to refer to the following:

The President of Montenegro calls the elections for councilors and members of the Parliament pursuant to Article 13, 14, 15 and 105 of the Law on Election of Councilors and Members of Parliament as well as pursuant to Article 42, paragraph 1 of the Law on Local Self-government, which define explicit legal obligation for the President of Montenegro to call the elections, that he, under Article 95 Paragraph 1 item 10 of the Constitution of Montenegro must respect.

Out of these legal provisions, in this specific case, the obligation of the President of the state is explicitly provided by Article 42, paragraph 1 of the Law on Local Self-government where the obligatory norm is given to the President of Montenegro to call the elections for Municipal Assembly and Article 15 of the Law on Election of Councilors and Members of Parliament that regulates the termination of the mandate of the Parliament through the possibility of shortening the mandate.

Municipal Assembly of Andrijevica, as you have indicated in your open letter, passed the decision on shortening the mandate on 29th December, 2012, and the President of Montenegro, pursuant to Article 15, paragraph 1 of the Law on Election of Councilors and Members of Parliament, is obliged to call the elections the following day of entry into force of this decision. Since this decision has been published today in the Official Gazette of Montenegro and it entered into force, so it is my explicit obligation to call the elections tomorrow.

I believe that you will agree with me that the President of Montenegro has no authority to assess the legality of the decision of the Municipal Assembly, or any other body of the local self-government, because it would mean assuming responsibilities not pertaining to him. Therefore, I am convinced that passing of the decision on shortening the mandate obligates the President of Montenegro to call the elections, and that he does not have any possibility to enter into assessment of its legality. more
December 31, 2012

President of Montenegro Extended Congratulations on New Year’s Holidays
DEAR CITIZENS OF MONTENEGRO

We are at the very end of the year 2012. We will remember it, for sure, by valuable integration achievements.

In April this year we became the 154th member of the World Trade Organization. The multi-annual steadfast and patient negotiations ensured our membership in the most important global trade organization with which we have integrated in the international trade flows. We ensured the possibilities of the benefits of this membership through greater selection of goods and services, their better quality but also a positive signal for foreign investors. It is up to us to use this possibility as better as possible. more
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