November 14, 2013

President of Montenegro with Prime Minister of Albania
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today in Podgorica the Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania Mr. Edi Rama who is on an official visit to Montenegro.

Expressing high respect for the visit of the Prime Minister of Albania Mr. Edi Rama to Montenegro, President Vujanović noted comprehensive and intensive relations of the two states, convinced of the mutual interest for their promotion in the economic sphere by using wide scope for cooperation. He expressed his readiness for intensive cooperation in the European integration, stating willingness to share experiences in this integration process. The President also expressed his belief that the Montenegrin minority in Albania and the Albanian in Montenegro as well, will be a powerful bridge of cooperation between the two states.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, Mr. Edi Rama agreed with the assessment on very close relations between the two states among which there are no open issues, with a need to use potential for economic cooperation having in mind that it is possible in practically all economic fields. He also stated a conviction that the two governments will facilitate further strengthening of our economic relations through their intensive cooperation. more
November 14, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives European ParliamentČs Permanent Rapporteur for Montenegro
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received Mr. Charles Tannock, MEP and the European ParliamentČs Permanent Rapporteur for Montenegro.

The President expressed his respect to the European Parliament for the support and assistance in European integration of Montenegro, assessing that we are in the important stage of the accession process. He expressed the expectation of opening the chapters 23 and 24 as well as chapters which are ready to be opened in the negotiation process. The President emphasized his belief that our country and all stakeholders of the society will be further strongly committed to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration as well as that the European Parliament will express the full understanding for the strategic integration goal of Montenegro.

The European ParliamentČs Permanent Rapporteur for Montenegro stated that Montenegro is a reliable partner of the accession negotiations with belief that it will continue to be a good role model of the region. He stated that he expects from Montenegro to promote all values that are intended for development, with the aim of achieving its integration interests. more
November 14, 2013

The List of Candidates for Judges of the Constitutional Court
Pursuant to Article 6, paragraph 6 of the Law on the Constitutional Court of Montenegro ("Official Gazette of Montenegro", no. 64/08, 46/13 and 51/13), I declare that the following candidates applied for the election of two judges of the Constitutional Court, announced at a public contest dated 22 October 2013:

1. Đukanovic Spomenka – attorney-at-law
2. Lopičić Desanka - judge of the Constitutional Court
3. Maraš Slavko - Secretary of the Assembly of the Capital City
4. Šćepanović Budimir - DeputyProtector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro
5. Šturanović Zarko - Secretary General of the Government of Montenegro

The list of candidates is available to the public from 14 November 2013 until 24 November 2013.

The order of the candidates is determined by alphabetical order. more
November 13, 2013

President Vujanović at the Ceremony – Bicentennial of Njegoš’s Birth
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, who is the Chair of the Honorary Committee for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Petar II Petrovic Njegoš delivered a speech tonight at the ceremony, which was organized on the occasion of Bicentennial of Njegoš’s Birth, at the Montenegrin National Theatre in Podgorica .

President’s speech :

Distinguished Citizens of Montenegro,
Prime Minister,
Speaker of the Parliament,
High Dignitaries,
Your Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen


On this day two centuries ago, Montenegro and humanity welcomed Rade Tomov into this world, whose grandiose work is an enduring value of imperishable glory. The work strongly rooted in our individual and our collective consciousness, an indispensable treasure of our culture.

One could not even conceive back at that time that Montenegro could be the cradle of a Njegoš. Montenegro, the country of honest and brave libertarians, but confined by rigid customs, habits and prejudices that had to be educated, whose feuding tribes and their members had to be conciliated. Whose self-will and pride, in difficult years of scarcity, was supposed to be joined in the pursuit of freedom and illumination. more
November 13, 2013

Vujanović Attends the Ceremonial Session of the Old Royal Capital
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, attended the Ceremonial Session of the Municipal Assembly of Cetinje. He congratulated the holiday to the citizens of Cetinje, councilors, the Speaker of the Municipal Assembly and the Mayor of the Old Royal Capital.
The President expressed his appreciation for what has been done in Cetinje, especially for the creation of new jobs, success of the employment programme, and valorisation of the business zones. He said that he expected that the business zones would provide employment for the projected number of workers. He stated his belief that Cetinje offered incentive measures, which really attract capital and create new jobs. more
November 11, 2013

Cetinje: President of Montenegro Presents Njegoš Award
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, solemnly presented the Njegoš Award to Mr. Tomaž Šalamun.

The solemn presentation of the Njegoš Award took place tonight in the Government House in Cetinje.

The following is the text of the speech of the President.

Mr. Šalamun,
Speaker of the Parliament, Ministers,
High dignitaries and Esteemed Guests,
Your Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

The Njegoš Award, a prestigious recognition of regional literary contemporariness, a mirror of literary work, has supranational significance which exceeds the established linguistic determinants, confirming general literary values. This award is embodiment of Njegoš mission on South Slavic coexistence with strong regional intercultural connections. It is awarded every two years to the author of works published in the Montenegrin, Serbian, Slovenian, Macedonian, Croatian, Bosnian, Bulgarian and Albanian languages. Naturally, this award is rightly considered the regional literary Nobel. Therefore, all the greats have the honor to have their names permanently joined the society, in which are Lalić, Krleža, Selimović, Davičo, Pekić, Kovač… more
November 08, 2013

President Vujanoviă Receives Secretary General of the Council of Europe
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanoviă received today the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Mr. Thorbj¸rn Jagland.

President Vujanoviă expressed high appreciation for the support and assistance of the Council of Europe to Montenegro which were of particular importance also to the achievement of standards in our European and Euro-Atlantic integration. He expressed the readiness of Montenegro to continue and intensify very close cooperation with the Council of Europe in an intention to maintain the reputation of a reliable member and partner of the Council of Europe.

Mr. Jagland emphasized that Montenegro is a good role model in the region having good relations with the neighbors, as well as it is a reliable partner in the region being present in all regional initiatives. He expressed the willingness of the Council of Europe to continue partnership with Montenegro in all fields since the Council of Europe witnessed that Montenegro is able to achieve the highest standards of this organization. more
November 08, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives Ambassador of Australia
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the Ambassador of Australia to Montenegro Mrs. Helene Studdert in a farewell visit.

President Vujanović expressed pleasure over state relations with expectation of seizing the opportunity for better economic cooperation between Montenegro and Australia. The President pointed out to a great importance of the Montenegrin community in Australia, which should be a bridge of cooperation between the two states. He thanked Ambassador Helena Studdert for its commitment in performing her important diplomatic mission.

Ambassador Helene Studdert agreed on seizing the opportunity for better economic cooperation between the two states. She expressed expectation that her successor will be committed to the new achievements of economic cooperation. more
November 07, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives Minister of Defense of the Republic of Macedonia
The President of Montenegro, Mr. Filip Vujanović received today the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Macedonia, Talat Xhaferi.

The President expressed his pleasure with overall relations between Montenegro and Macedonia, assessing that, within these relations, the successful cooperation between the two ministries is important The President emphasized the significance of the signed Protocol on cooperation in the field of military training which will promote contractual basis for the partnership between the two ministries. He noted a good cooperation within regional organizations and partnership of peacekeeping missions, believing that it strongly indicates the joint interests of Euro-Atlantic integration.

The Minister of Defense of Macedonia, Talat Xhaferi agreed that there is comprehensive and intensive cooperation between the two ministries which is present in all areas of activities of the ministries. He expressed a belief that the cooperation could be further expanded assessing that today’s signing of the protocol is a confirmation of the strong ties between the ministries of defense of Montenegro and Macedonia. more
November 05, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović received the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in a farewell visit
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Montenegro, Mrs. Hana Hubáčková in a farewell visit.

The President Vujanović expressed his great respect for the strong and consistent support to European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro, offered by the Czech Republic, expecting that it would be continued. Stating his satisfaction over the substantial and intensive interstate relations, he stated his conviction that economic cooperation would be stronger and that it was necessary to conduct the diplomacies primarily in that direction. The President assessed the diplomatic mission of the Ambassador Hubáčková as successful.

The Ambassador Hubáčková pointed out that during her mandate she had an opportunity to be a witness of strong progress of Montenegro in all the fields, recognizing Montenegro as a good example in the region. She also stated wide room for cooperation in the field of economy, which should be used jointly. The Ambassador informed the President that Czech Republic would open an Embassy in Podgorica very soon. more
November 02, 2013

President Vujanović sent a letter of condolences to the family Bućin
On behalf of Montenegro the President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović sent a letter of condolences to the bereaved family Bućin on the occasion of death of Nenad Bućin, former member of Presidency of SFRY. more
November 01, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović received the Secretary General of OSCE
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović met today in Podgorica with the Secretary General of OSCE Mr. Lamberto Zannier, who pays an official visit to Montenegro.

The President Vujanović thanked for the numerous and significant activities of OSCE in Montenegro , assessing as especially valuable the results of MONDEM program, pointing out that thanks to that important project, risk from surplus of weapons and ammunition in Montenegro has been practically excluded. He said that he was convinced that the goals of the program would be soon completely accomplished.

The Secretary General Zannier gave a positive evaluation of the activities of Montenegro in the OSCE, stating that Montenegro was a reliable member of OSCE that promoted all its standards in a constructive manner. He pointed out that Montenegro was a good example of the region and as an element of stability it promoted stability in the region, convinced that quality partnership with OSCE facilitated achievement of its integration goals. more
October 28, 2013

Amman, President Vujanović at Meeting of Chambers of Commerce of Montenegro and Jordan
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović who is on an official visit to Jordan attended today the meeting of chambers of commerce of Montenegro and Jordan in Amman.

President Vujanović thanked the chamber of commerce of Jordan for the possibility to present Montenegro and its potentials. more
October 28, 2013

Amman, President of Montenegro with Prime Minister of Jordan
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović, within his official visit to Jordan, met with the Jordanian Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour in Amman.

President Vujanović stated that he noted at the meeting with the King Abdullah II it is necessary to look into, as soon as possible, which international agreements between former Yugoslavia and Jordan could be extended, and which agreements are required to be immediately concluded in order to ensure quality contractual basis for economic cooperation.

In this regard, he proposed to make more intensive cooperation between the two governments and competent ministries, as well as to suggest extending or concluding the new interstate agreements as soon as possible. He also suggested sending the expert teams from both states to assess the possibility and dynamics of specific projects, especially in agriculture, industry and tourism. more
October 28, 2013

Amman, President Vujanović with Presidents of Senate and House of Representatives of Jordan
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović held separate meetings in Amman with the President of the Senate of the Kingdom of Jordan Abdelraouf al-Rawabdeh and the Speaker of the House of Representatives Saad Hayel Srour.

President Vujanović emphasized the importance of the role of the parliamentary cooperation within the overall state cooperation between Montenegro and the Kingdom of Jordan, expecting from these two parliaments to find the best model of partnership.

He underlined that our parliamentary delegation headed by the Speaker of the Parliament Ranko Krivokapić visited the Parliament of Jordan in March 2010, therefore it is expected from the Parliament of Jordan to make a return visit.

The presidents of the Senate and House of Representatives expressed their readiness for cooperation with the Parliament of Montenegro and expectation to identify, in communication with the Parliament, the best model of cooperation. more
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