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11th EU-Montenegro Accession Conference: Ch. 17 opened

he eleventh meeting of the Accession Conference with Montenegro at Ministerial level was held in Luxembourg to open negotiations on Chapter 17 - Economic and monetary policy. The European Union delegation was led by Ms Ekaterina Zaharieva , Minister of Foreign Affairs, on behalf of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council

Priorities for the future of the WB6 – Western Balkans Six

estern Balkan Six (WB6) comprise Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo* and Republic of Macedonia, with a total population of about 18 million and a GDP of approximately €80 billion. While the region had seen above EU average growth rates of 5.3% in the early 2000s, today these economies show

Montenegro: Economic indicators and trade with the EU

he first EU-Western Balkans Summit in a decade and a half takes place in Sofia in May 2018, under the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council. That is just one indicator of the EU's renewed engagement with the six countries of the region, with the Commission's February 2018 enlargement strategy reaffirming

EIB: One of most beautiful European railways recaptures past glory

The Montenegro railway upgrade is the first in 40 years ontenegro's railway used to be one of its big accomplishments. It was the largest and most expensive infrastructure project in the former Yugoslav federation. But now it has fallen into decay. With the European Investment Bank's help, the railway plans a

Progress Report on Montenegro 2018

Key findings of the 2018 Progress Report on Montenegro Political criteria he reporting period has been marked by the low level of trust towards the electoral framework and the prolonged parliamentary boycott by the entire opposition since the October 2016 parliamentary elections. Returning the political debate to the Parliament is the responsibility

Expatriate Card of Montenegro

Greetings to Montenegrin Diaspora around the World! Montenegro has started issuing Expatriate Card, intended for the diaspora members. Main purpose of Expatriate Card is record of diaspora, which can be used for gathering. If you have Montenegrin origin (i.e. grand-grand-grand-grand parent born in Montenegro), you are invited to apply! INSTRUCTION FOR SUBMITTING THE

Rise of nautical tourism in Montenegro

Nautical Tourism n 2017, the total of 4 598 foreign vessels for entertainment, sport or recreation entered the internal sea waters of Montenegro which indicates an increase of 4.9% in comparison with 2016. Of the total, there were 3 840 vessels which arrived by sea and 758 vessels which were transported

Statistics: Montenegro in the Figures 2017

tatistical Office of Montenegro Monstat has published 2017 edition of the publication “Montenegro in the Figures”. The publication covers major Montenegrin statistical figures, such as economy, geography, climate, population, vital statistics, employment, wages, GDP, HCI, prices, agriculture, forestry, industry, construction, cross-border trade, tourism, transportation, education, culture, pension insurance and crime.  

Systematic country diagnostic: Montenegro

Montenegro Economy ontenegro is a small and open upper middle-income transition economy that gained independence in 2006 and is negotiating accession to the European Union. Montenegro has a population of 622,000 and a GNI per capita of $7,320. It started negotiations with the European Union in June 2012 and strives to

Glossary: IPA terminology

What does "Project proposal" or "Terms of Reference" stand for? Find out in this glossary list, dedicated to IPA projects. Acronyms used: SER = SERVICE SUP = SUPPLY W = WORKS G = GRANTS ACP States The Africa, Caribbean and Pacific States signatories of the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement. Addendum A document modifying the terms and

Constitution of Montenegro

017 was the jubilant year of Montenegro's constitutionality. Montenegrin new constitution turned 10. First constitution was brought in 1905 by Prince Nikola I. Nowadays Montenegro has constitution composed of 158 articles, and so far 16 amendments were passed.   Source of translation: Parliament of Montenegro Note: it seems some articles of the Constitution

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