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A number of 30 countries remain in the yellow zone, which means that people who return to Romania from these countries, including Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy and the United States, will have to quarantine at home for 14 days.
PM Zdravko Krivokapic with ministers after the government session in Podgorica. Photo: Government of Montenegro
On Wednesday, the Ministry of Finance and Social Care clarified that the country took the loan from BofA Securities, Citigroup, Erste and the Société General group, adding that it will be repaid over seven years at 2.95 per cent interest.
In that interview, Milo Djukanovi said that he had no communication with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, or a business relationship. On Vui's visit to Montenegro during the funeral of Metropolitan Amfilohije, he says he sees it as private.
"When I go on a private visit to Belgrade, I do not call any of my colleagues in the state government in Serbia," he said.
The Turkish National Football Team's opponents in the European Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup were revealed on Dec. 7.
Turkey will play against the Netherlands, Norway, Montenegro, Latvia and Gibraltar in the European Qualifiers Group G.
The draw was held in Zurich, Switzerland via videoconference amid the coronavirus pandemic.
At the same time, some politicians were left off the hook for the same offence, suffering no punishment at all.
The uneven standards applied by the government, judiciary and police have drawn condemnation from both experts and activists.
Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic in the Montenegrin parliament. Photo: Parliament of Montenegro
The leader of the "For the Future of Montenegro" bloc, Zdravko Krivokapic, was elected Prime Minister by 41 votes in the 81-seat chamber. MPs elected the leader of the Black on White coalition, Dritan Abazovic, as Deputy Prime Minister.
Ljubljana – Ajša Vodnik, director general of AmCham Slovenija, has won another term as vice president of AmChams in Europe, a network of American Chambers of Commerce from 43 countries in Europe and Eurasia, AmCham Slovenia said. This means Slovenia will remain the seat of the organisation for another two years.
"This intelligent polemicist and forecaster is already a little tired of politics, he says. He would like to do it on a voluntary basis. But he cannot escape, he knows, right now from that hot cauldron."
So wrote journalist Manojlo Vukotic back in 1989 about a then fresh face on the scene of Montenegro politics.