Latest News from Montenegro

Right to Know: A Beginner’s Guide to State Secrecy

Vuk Jankovic first got hooked when he was a law student at the University of Montenegro in Podgorica. But instead of tobacco, booze or narcotics, his addiction involves pestering state institutions for information.

The best part is — they are legally required to answer him.

Montenegrin Opposition Accuses Foreign-Owned TV of Bias

United Group, a US-owned, Netherlands-based telecoms provider, bought a pro-government TV station in Montenegro, raising hopes the channel would pursue more objective coverage. But little changed.

Serb Fighters’ Indictment Details Strpci Train Massacre Plot

On February 27, 1993, Nail Kajevic waited in the southern Serbian town of Prijepolje for his brother Nijazim to arrive by train from Belgrade. But when the train arrived after some delay, his brother was not on it and the other passengers had a gruesome story to tell.

"Is this the end of Milo Djukanovic's rule?"

The article recalls that Djukanovic, during the so-called "Yogurt Revolution", with Momir Bulatovic, took power in the smallest Yugoslav republic, and focused on a close alliance with Slobodan Milosevic and Serbia, which Milosevic ruled at that time.

Which were the most Important Deals in CEE in 2018 and which of them Included Bulgaria?

The number of mergers and acquisitions (M & A) in Bulgaria doubled in the first half of last year compared to the same period in 2017 and the leading investor in our country are companies registered in South Africa. Also between January and June, Bulgaria is part of two of the top 10 of the largest transactions for the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region, reports

Pentagon worried about Russia's meddling

"Russia seeks to derail Euro-Atlantic perspective of the countries such as North Macedonia and Montenegro through the aggressive approach and deterrence," Pahon told Podgorica-based daily Pobjeda.

Djukanovic’s Rollercoaster Ride in Montenegro Must End Soon

Denying that they have offered an "original approach to solving problems in Montenegro", he has commented that the protesters call for a Ukraine-style "Orange revolution", or a French-style "Gillet Jaune" revolt.

"They show an absence of creativity, massiveness or originality," he has mused, concerning the calls for his resignation.

"Since we are your friends - we owe you the truth"

However, Loiseau added that she thinks Serbia has a European perspective - but stated that the current state of affairs within the Union is such that it does not allow new accessions "under satisfactory conditions".

Montenegro Protesters Demand President’s Resignation

Civic activists supported by most opposition parties in Montenegro have kept up the pressure on the government, demanding the resignation of the country's top leaders, starting with President Milo Djukanovic, and focusing on alleged corruption in their ranks.

Wine Heroes of New Europe

One of main objectives of 2019 Grand VINART Tasting, taking place 1 - 2nd of March, is to present the potential, variety and quality of wines from New Europe. In the wine world, it unites, in addition to Slovenia and Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Macedonia and Serbia.