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18.05.2020

A part of EU-donated medical equipment arrives to Montenegro

A part of EU-donated medical equipment arrives to Montenegro

Montenegro has received a new shipment of medical equipment donated by the EU under the 3 million euro support package, and procured by the UNDP. The shipment consists of 14 medical ventilators and a contingent of personal protective equipment for health professionals (80,000 gloves, 50,560 surgical masks and 10,200 protective goggles). Following Montenegro's request sent through the NATO mechanism, the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) in late April, the shipment carrying EU-donated protective medical equipment, along with personal protection gear that Montenegro bought from China, was delivered by a plane leased and paid for by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.



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23.06.2020.

Mrdak: Accepting the new methodology reflects readiness to develop our society

Mrdak: Accepting the new methodology reflects readiness to develop our society

Montenegro welcomed 2020 with growing tensions, followed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The country is in an election year as well, however, the opposition announced boycott of the upcoming elections scheduled for August. In the meantime, Montenegro announced its intention to accept the new EU enlargement methodology which was adopted in March. European Western Balkans talked with Deputy Chief Negotiator for Montenegro’s Accession to the EU Marko Mrdak about the current events and whether they would have consequences for the European path of Montenegro, which is considered to be a frontrunner in European integration.

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19.06.2020.

Chief Negotiator Drljević opened the photo exhibition “Discover Romania” at the EU Info Centre

Chief Negotiator Drljević opened the photo exhibition “Discover Romania” at the EU Info Centre

The Embassy of Romania in Montenegro, in cooperation with the EU Info Centre, organised an exhibition of photographs “Discover Romania,” by the famous Romanian photographer Florin Andreescu. The exhibition, which presents the natural beauty of Romania, will be open until the end of June at the EU Info Centre. The exhibition was opened by the Romanian Ambassador Ferdinand Nagy, the Ambassador of the EU to Montenegro Aivo Orav and Montenegro’s Chief Negotiator with the EU, Aleksandar Drljevic. Ambassador Nagy invited citizens to visit the exhibition, to see Romania and enjoy the photographs, which “symbolically represent a revival of nature, optimism and solidarity.”

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09.06.2020.

Montenegro's progress is visible in the areas of transport, energy, environment and regional development

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Despite the coronavirus epidemic, Montenegro has made progress in several areas, it was assessed at the 13th meeting of the Sub-Committee on transport, energy, environment, climate change and regional policy between Montenegro and the European Commission. At the Sub-Committee meeting, which was organized online for the first time, representatives of Montenegro and the European Commission discussed the key results achieved in the period from the previous Sub-Committee meeting in the areas covered by Chapters 14, 15, 21, 22 and 27, as well as guidelines for further progress.

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18.05.2020.

A part of EU-donated medical equipment arrives to Montenegro

A part of EU-donated medical equipment arrives to Montenegro

Montenegro has received a new shipment of medical equipment donated by the EU under the 3 million euro support package, and procured by the UNDP. The shipment consists of 14 medical ventilators and a contingent of personal protective equipment for health professionals (80,000 gloves, 50,560 surgical masks and 10,200 protective goggles). Following Montenegro's request sent through the NATO mechanism, the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) in late April, the shipment carrying EU-donated protective medical equipment, along with personal protection gear that Montenegro bought from China, was delivered by a plane leased and paid for by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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18.05.2020.

Montenegro has accepted the new methodology, good platform for intensifying the reforms

Montenegro has accepted the new methodology, good platform for intensifying the reforms

The Government of Montenegro has accepted the proposed EU accession methodology that will serve as a good platform for intensifying the reform processes, said Deputy Chief Negotiator Marko Mrdak. On Thursday (14 May), the Government adopted the information on the new EU accession methodology confirming Montenegro’s acceptance of the new negotiation model.

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