December 06, 2013

Cetinje, President of Montenegro received the letter of credence of the newly appointed Ambassador of Philippines
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received the letter of credence from the newly appointed, extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Philippines to Montenegro Eleanor L. Jaucian, who will perform her duty on a non-residential basis.

The President repeated his condolences on the occasion of the catastrophic consequences of the typhoon that killed thousands of lives last month and injured several tens of thousands of inhabitants, making enormous damage to Philippines. He informed that the Red Cross of Montenegro undertook activities to provide for assistance, thus expressing traditional solidarity aimed at recovering from the consequences of great natural disasters.
The President expressed his belief that there would be an opportunity to improve economic cooperation and that it was necessary to establish economic partnerships between Montenegro and Philippines.

The Ambassador Eleanor L. Jaucian thanked for the expressed condolences on the occasion of their great tragedy and for the assistance offered by the Red Cross of Montenegro. She informed the President that Philippines was preparing a regional business forum and invited Montenegro to take part in it, stating that she agreed that joint activities were needed for a more comprehensive economic cooperation. more
December 06, 2013

President Vujanović sent a letter of condolences
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović sent a letter of condolences to the President of South African Republic Jacob Zuma, on the occasion of death of Nelson Mandela.

“I am sending my most sincere condolences to you and citizens of South African Republic on the occasion of death of Nelson Mandela.

The world faced with loss of one of the most consistent and most sincere fighters for equality and racial reconciliation, whose deed represents an example to the mankind.

Longtime and uncompromising fight for human dignity and all forms of equality made Nelson Mandela a symbol of resistance and consistent fight against human discrimination and racism.

Mankind, unfortunately, remains without a great man, whose mission has immeasurably contributed to a more free, more human and better world”, reads the telegram of the President Vujanović. more
December 05, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Awarded an Order of Labor
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović awarded Veselin Đurović from Maribor, the former Chief of Representative Office of the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro in Slovenia with an Order of Labor today in Podgorica. Đurović received the Order for his contribution to promotion of economic cooperation between Montenegro and Slovenia and affirmation of the Montenegrin Diaspora in Slovenia.

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia gave a positive opinion about this Order and the President of the Republic of Slovenia gave his consent.

Many personalities from political, economic and public life of Montenegro and Slovenia attended the awarding ceremony at the invitation of Đurović. The Ceremony was also attended by the Minister of Maritime and Traffic Ivan Brajović, Ambassador of Slovenia to Montenegro Vladimir Gašparović and President of the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro Velimir Mijušković. more
December 04, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović received the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium in a farewell visit
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium H.E. Alain Kundycki in a farewell visit.

The President expressed his high respect for support of Belgium to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro, with expectation that Belgium would continue to support our strategic integration goals.

He assessed bilateral relations as good with special evaluation of the very constructive meeting he recently had in Brussels with the King Philip I, on which occasion necessity of more intensive economic cooperation of two states was affirmed. The President thanked to the Ambassador Kundycki for his contribution to good relations of the two states.

Ambassador Alain Kundycki stated that Montenegro was a reliable partner in the European and Euro-Atlantic integration, convinced that we will have good dynamics of these processes. He stated clearly willingness of Belgium to support Montenegro and agreed with the President that we should use good opportunities of economic cooperation and pointed to the fact that diplomatic mission should have priority in the economic cooperation. more
December 03, 2013

PRESS RELEASE
After reviewing the Law on State Interests Protection in Mining and Metallurgy Sector, the President of Montenegro, pursuant to Article 94, Paragraph 1 of the Constitution of Montenegro, sent back this law to the Parliament for reconsideration.

The President assessed that this law has obvious collision of Articles 1 and 2, by which application of bankruptcy procedure is confirmed, which in the sense of the Law on Bankruptcy (“Official Gazette of Montenegro No. 1-2657/2/10) is implemented by the Bankruptcy Court and Article 3 Paragraph 4 of this law by which the decision on sale to strategic investor is conditioned by the consent of the Parliament of Montenegro. On the basis of such regulation the Parliament directly decides on the outcome of bankruptcy, thus assuming responsibility of the Bankruptcy Court, which exclusively and imperatively belongs to judicial authority, in which way the law has a clear internal collision. more
December 02, 2013

Budva, President Vujanović at the session of the National Council
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović, who is the President of the National Council for Sustainable Development and Climate Change, presided over the constitutive session of the new composition of the Council.

The President’s address reads as follows:

Esteemed Excellencies,
Commissioner Potočnik,
Respected Members of the National Council,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Expressing my belief in the full commitment of the members of the National Council for Sustainable Development and Climate Change to achievement of the important mission of the Council, allow me to thank to the former council for their valuable achievements.

Montenegro constitutionally established its commitment to sustainable development more than two decades ago. Significant accomplishments are achievements in setting up an institutional network of sustainable development of Montenegro. After the Second World Summit on Sustainable Development, which was held in Johannesburg in 2002, the National Council for Sustainable Development was founded as an advisory body in the Government of Montenegro. Office for Sustainable Development was founded in 2005 as Secretariat of the Council, which was integrated in 2011 in the newly-established Ministry of Tourism and Sustainable Development as Department for Support to the National Council. By the implemented reform of the National Council in 2008 number of members of the Council was reduced, independent persons were involved, forming of working groups as well as local councils of sustainable development was enabled. more
December 02, 2013

Budva, President Vujanović met with the Commissioner Janez Potočnik
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović met today in Budva with the European Commissioner for Environment, Janez Potočnik.

The President expressed his satisfaction over the dynamics of European integration of Montenegro, expecting that chapters 23 and 24 would be open until the end of this year, as well as the chapters prepared for opening the negotiations. He emphasized readiness of Montenegro to give special value to the negotiations in the field of environmental protection with full commitment of the state and all the entities of society to achieve the demanding standards in this area.

The President stated his respect to the European Commissioner Potočnik for the adequate assistance that was offered to Montenegro in this important field of accession negotiations.

European Commissioner for Environment Janez Potočnik emphasized his respect for efforts made by Montenegro to responsibly and dynamically conduct accession negotiations, with belief that further opening of chapters would speed up the European integration process. He stated that it was a good example for other states of the Western Balkans region, which undoubted interest is EU membership. more
November 29, 2013

President of Montenegro in Kolašin
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović, who is a President of the Honorary Committee for celebration of 70th anniversary of the State Anti-fascist Council of the National Deliberation of Montenegro and Boka, spoke at the Ceremonial Academy which was held today in Kolašin.

Address of the President reads as follows:

Citizens of Kolašin and Montenegro,
Antifascist veterans and antifascists,
President of the Supreme Court of Montenegro, respected Mrs. Vesna Medenica,
President of the Constitutional Court of Montenegro Mr. Milan Marković,
High guests,
Your Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

In the history of any state there are events that form its eternal value, which belong to its foundations, which determined its contemporariness and towards which future time will also express permanent respect. In the history of Montenegro such events preceded the international recognition of Montenegro in the Berlin Congress in 1878 and renewal of the unjustly deprived sovereignty.

Among the events of paramount importance, which contributed to renewal of sovereignty of Montenegro, exalted place belongs to the Constituent Assembly of the State Antifascist Council of the National Deliberation of Montenegro and Boka, which was held here in Kolašin seven decades ago, in which way its permanent historical value was recognized. more
November 25, 2013

Cetinje, President of Montenegro Receives Letters of Credence from Newly-Appointed Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark
The newly-appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Denmark, who will perform his duty on a non-residential basis in Montenegro, Mr. Michael Borg-Hansen, presented the Letters of Credence to the President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović.

With appreciation to Denmark for its support to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro, the President stated that the upcoming December’s Ministerial Summit is an opportunity for Denmark to support opening of chapters 23 and 24 as well as of other chapters important for Montenegro, which would confirm the readiness of our country to continue with accelerated Euro-Atlantic integration.

The President expressed his gratitude for the support to many economic projects, pointing out that the cooperation with Denmark in the area of economy is important for Montenegro, believing that it will be continued.

Ambassador Mr. Michael Borg-Hansen noted that Montenegro is a good role model for the region as well as Denmark will continue to promote the need for our further integration. He expressed his respect for Montenegro’s achievements in the area of NATO integration and conveyed the willingness of Denmark to provide expert and overall support to Montenegro in its important process. more
November 25, 2013

Cetinje, President Vujanović Receives Letters of Credence from Newly-Appointed Ambassador of Romania
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received the newly-appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to Montenegro, Mr. Ferdinand Nagy.

The President expressed his appreciation to Romania for the support it provided to Montenegro in its European and Euro-Atlantic integration, with assessment that the state relations at all levels serve as an example of the closeness between the two states.

The President stated that there is ample room for cooperation in the area of economy, thus it is important to look into possibilities to use that room to the maximum extent.

Ambassador Ferdinand Nagy assessed that Montenegro made considerable integration successes, pointing out that Romania will continue to be strong supporter of the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro. He agreed on exploring possibilities to expand economic ties between the two states, along with readiness to carry out his diplomatic mission for the purpose of making economies of Montenegro and Romania even closer. more
November 24, 2013

President of Montenegro in Bar
Montenegrin President Filip Vujanović attended the ceremonial session of the Municipal Assembly of Bar, held on the occasion of the Municipality Day.

The President congratulated the holiday to the citizens of Bar, Councillors, President of the Assembly and President of the Municipality of Bar.

Expressing his respect for the progress achieved between the two holidays, the President said that a lot was done in comparison to the year which was marked with the economic crisis. The infrastructure was improved; conditions for a better tourist season were created so that the tourist year was the best in the last ten years period.

The President stated that it was visible that conditions for continuation of the development of Bar were created in line with its great resources. He expressed special respect for the commitment of the local governance of Bar to, jointly with the Government and all those who can help and participate in that process, provide for as many jobs as possible, to provide for stability in employment and express what Bar showed traditionally, high social care for the persons in need of social support and assistance.

The President expressed his belief that Bar would have a stable budget next year and that great Projects of the Municipality would be implemented and extraordinary resources of Bar in the field of tourism and maritime economy and economy as a whole exploited, in order to provide for better living conditions for all the citizens of Bar. more
November 22, 2013

President of Montenegro in Budva
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović attended today the ceremonial session of the Municipal Assembly of Budva which was held on the occasion of the Municipality Day.

The President congratulated the holiday to the citizens of Budva, Councillors, President of the Assembly and President of the Municipality of Budva.

The President pointed out the significance of the tourist season, which proved to be exceptional by the number of guests, overnights and financial income. He congratulated on the investments and overall infrastructure, which undoubtedly raised the level of living standard in Budva as well as the tourist offer quality, according to which Budva is identifiable. He emphasized his special respect for the cultural values of Budva, which have been promoted to the maximum extent also this year. Planning and further promotion of the cultural heritage and cultural events, which became regionally recognizable symbol of Budva, were also significant.

The President expressed his belief that these very ambitious plans heard from the President Rađenović would be achieved and that the next year would be the year of additional promotion of Budva and its values, resources and chances for further development. more
November 21, 2013

President of Montenegro in Tivat
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović attended the ceremonial session of the Municipal Assembly of Tivat, held on the occasion of the Municipality Day.

The President congratulated the holiday to the citizens, councillors, President of the Municipal Assembly and President of the Municipality of Tivat. He pointed out that it was significant that the ten-year cross-section of development of Tivat was made and it was done in a very clear manner by making comparison of Tivat ten years ago and now. He stated that Tivat was a symbol of economic revival, and it was confirmed by all the implemented goals, both the investments and activities performed on the level of municipal projects, which were numerous, significant and which undoubtedly improved the quality of life and offered an opportunity to the citizens of Tivat and guests to stay and live more comfortably.

The President said that ten years ago Tivat had been recognized in terms of economy by the Repair Institute, which had had an outdated technology and equipment and had always borne a risk of threatening to the living space and the sea of Tivat. In a careful manner, which was not easy at all, we explained to the citizens of Tivat and promoted Porto Montenegro as a new symbol of recognition of Tivat and a magnet for new investments. And it happened, over 200 million investments, which represents only 10 % of what will be invested in Tivat. It will provide the citizens of Tivat with new jobs, better quality of life and better tourist offer. more
November 19, 2013

Podgorica, Honorary Committee Holds Meeting
The Honorary Committee for marking the 70th Anniversary of the State Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberation of Montenegro and Boka, held meeting today in Podgorica, at “Villa Gorica”. The Committee was chaired by the President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović.

The meeting highlighted the importance of ZAVNO for the history of the Montenegrin statehood by which the highest body of the people’s authority was constituted on the basis of antifascism, and thus the process of restoring the Montenegrin statehood began.

Specific activities related to the marking of this important jubilee of Montenegro were planned at the meeting.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro Rafet Husović and ministers in the Government, Branislav Mićunović and Ivan Brajović, president and vice-president of the Union of Veterans Associations of the PeopleČs Liberation War and Anti-fascists of Montenegro Andrija Nikolić and Zuvdija Hodžić as well as Darko Brajušković, president of the Municipality of Kolašin and Gojko Vlahović, president of the Municipal Association of Veterans of the PeopleČs Liberation War and Antifascists in Kolašin. more
November 15, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović awarded with the International Foundation Prize
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the Prize of the International Foundation Ilyas Afandiyev, which was presented to him by the President of the Foundation Tural Afandiyev.

The International Foundation Ilyas Afandiyev was established in 2005 in relation to the program of contribution to achievement of the UN Millennium Goals, which is dedicated to sustainable growth and projects of social value, with special involvement in the benevolence activities in all the fields.

The address of the President of the Foundation of Tural Afandiyev reads as follows:


Dear Mr. President!

Allow me to greet you and thank you on behalf of the Committee of the International Foundation Ilyas Afandiyev for the attention and hospitality you offered to us. It is our great pleasure to attend such a solemn event and to personally present you with the International Prize Ilyas Afandiyev “for contribution to development of peace and democracy”.

Modern development of Azerbaijan, enabled by the result of successful interior and foreign policy of the President Ilham Aliyev, created favorable conditions in the country to establish the Foundation, which is named after the national playwright Ilyas Afandiyev. more
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