On 19 March 2023, presidential election will be held in Montenegro for the eighth time since the introduction of the multi-party system in this country and for the fourth time since its independence was proclaimed in 2006. 542,154 voters will be eligible to give a vote. The president of Montenegro is elected in a single national-wide constituency based on the two-round system.
Brdo pri Kranju – President Borut Pahor will host a summit of the Brdo-Brijuni Process in Brdo pri Kranju on Monday featuring his counterparts from Croatia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Serbia and the presiding trio of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The meeting, marking the 10th anniversary of the initiative, is to reaffirm committent to EU enlargement.
Together #Montenegro🇲🇪 and #Turkey🇹🇷 in the fight against #COVID19. Thank you President @RTErdogan @PodgoricaBE pic.twitter.com/skRUsPIolw
— Milo Đukanović (@predsjednik_cg) April 8, 2020
It was an impressive display of generosity, not least given the scale of the pandemic in Turkey itself, where the novel coronavirus is spreading at a rapid rate.
Vice President Iliyana Yotova is on a working visit to Montenegro.
This morning she met with Prime Minister Duško Marković. Her talks continued with the head of the parliament's foreign committee, and she will meet with the Foreign Minister and with Montenegro President Milo Đukanović in the afternoon.
Expect more details.