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Montenegrins, how many of you are there? The first results of the census are known

633,158 inhabitants reside in Montenegro, it was announced at the conference.
Let's recall that in the 2011 census, Montenegro had a total population of 620,029.
The director of Monstat, Miroslav Pejovi, announced that the conditions for the publication of preliminary results had been met, and that other data would be published successively during the year.

Serbia takes over CEFTA presidency

BELGRADE - Serbia took over the one-year Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) presidency from Montenegro on Monday, and its Minister of Internal and External Trade Tomislav Momirovic expects to see Pristina's ban on Serbian goods end in 2024.

Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister: Lavrov Overflight Granted in Coordination with EU

Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mariya Gabriel remarked that Bulgaria's decision to authorize the Russian Foreign Minister's aircraft passage over Bulgarian airspace en route to the OSCE Ministerial Council in Skopje was aligned with the European Union's directives.

Montenegro gets a new government today

The head of the Parliament will be the leader of the New Serbian Democracy Andrija Mandi, and the government Milojko Spaji. The continuation of the first constitutive session of the Parliament of Montenegro of the 28th convocation of the Parliament is scheduled for 10 o'clock.

Vucic: Kurti would not be talking the way he is without "carte blanche" support

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday evening a recent statement by Pristina's PM Albin Kurti that Srpska lista representatives in Kosovo-Metohija would "suffer and pay" was terrible but that Kurti would never have been able to say something like that without "carte blanche" support.

The EU is considering preventing New Members from Blocking other Candidates

A special clause in the countries' accession treaties to the European Union can ensure that they cannot block other applicants immediately after entry.

This was stated by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, at the Strategic Forum in Bled, which gathered heads of state and government from the Western Balkans and other countries, including Bulgaria and Greece.

PM to host Western Balkan, EU leaders on Monday for enlargement talks

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has invited leaders of Western Balkan countries and EU officials to Athens on Monday night for a dinner and an informal discussion on EU enlargement and the European future of the region, his office announced. 

PM raises ethnic Greek mayor’s arrest with Rama

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis raised the issue of the release of the ethnic Greek mayor of Himare, Fredi Beleri, during a meeting with his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama on Tuesday on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Vilnius.

Montenegro Charges Former Govt Officials With Abuse of Office

Montenegrin government members at a parliament session in November 2016. Photo: Government of Montenegro

Special State Prosecution spokesperson Vukas Radonjic said that the suspects, who at the time were members of a government commission, violated internal procedures on loan repayment agreements with state officials.

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