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26.02.2019.

Drljević in Rožaje: Accession process should be used to improve quality of life of citizens

Drljević in Rožaje: Accession process should be used to improve quality of life of citizens Representatives of local self-governments are an important part of the reform processes of the entire society and the period of Montenegro's accession to the European Union should be used to strengthen their own capacities and withdraw assets from European funds, Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević said during his visit to the Municipality of Rožaje.

12.02.2019.

Hungary strongly supports Montenegro's EU bid

Hungary strongly supports Montenegro

Montenegro has achieved good results in accession negotiations and can count on Hungary's strong support for its efforts to become the next EU member, the meetings Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević had in Budapest with the Hungarian officials stressed.

12.02.2019.

Drljević in Budapest with non-resident ambassadors of EU Member States: Montenegro is committed to achieving European quality of life

Drljević in Budapest with non-resident ambassadors of EU Member States: Montenegro is committed to achieving European quality of life

"Through the process of European integration, Montenegro is committed to implementing substantive reforms that will ensure the rule of law, strengthen economic development and improve the quality of life of its citizens," said Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević in Budapest at a meeting with non-resident ambassadors of EU member states - Estonia, Ireland, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as ambassadors and charges d'affaires of Colombia, Georgia, Pakistan, the Philippines and Thailand.

17.01.2019.

Common Negotiating Position for Chapter 27

The European Integration Office has published the Common Position of the European Union for Chapter 27 - Environment and Climate Change, which represents the initial and most important document for planning the obligations that need to be fulfilled within this area in the upcoming period.

25.12.2018.

Negotiations Collegium: There is no relaxation on path to EU

Negotiations Collegium: There is no relaxation on path to EU

The results achieved by Montenegro in terms of European integration are encouraging, but also obligatory, and in the time to come, activities to achieve results in all areas need to be intensified in order to attain a key state objective - EU membership, today's meeting of the Collegium for Negotiations on the Accession of Montenegro to the EU, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković, highlighted.

21.12.2018.

The enlargement is in the interest of both Montenegro and the EU

The enlargement is in the interest of both Montenegro and the EU

The process of joining the EU is in the interest of the state and its development, as can be seen from the example of Estonia which joined the European family in 2004, said the Ambassador of that country, Kirsti Karelson at the meeting with the Chief Negotiator, Aleksandar Drljević.

19.12.2018.

Winners of the quiz "How much do you know about the EU?" received awards

Winners of the quiz "How much do you know about the EU?" received awards

Winners of the quiz "How much do you know about the EU?", Blagota Marković, Andrija Mujović and Petar Prelević, received awards today. Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević and Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro Aivo Orav gave them, along with three bikes, diplomas for the first three places won.

19.12.2018.

IPA projects improve the quality of life in the border area

IPA projects improve the quality of life in the border area

Cross-border cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro started in 2008, and the implementation of a total of 38 projects worth 9.3 million euros has improved the quality of life in the border area, said the Deputy Chief Negotiator - National IPA Coordinator Ivana Glišević Đurović.

18.12.2018.

Increased number of citizens who support the accession of Montenegro to the EU

Increased number of citizens who support the accession of Montenegro to the EU

The percentage of citizens supporting Montenegro's accession to the European Union has increased in comparison to last year (62%) and now stands at 65.9%, while the number of those who do not support integration is 23.5%, according to a survey conducted by the Defacto Agency for the needs of the Delegation of the European Union in Montenegro.

18.12.2018.

JCC meeting in Brussels: EC continues to monitor the country's progress in key areas

JCC meeting in Brussels: EC continues to monitor the country

Montenegro is committed to meeting all the prerequisites for obtaining closing benchmarks in negotiating chapters 23 and 24, was stated at the meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee of the Civil Sector of the European Union and Montenegro and it was announced that the European Commission will continue to monitor the country's progress in key areas.

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