Milo Đukanović

Submarine Power Cable Promotes Montenegro as Energy Hub for Balkans

 

The Montenegro-Italy submarine power cable has been deployed under an investment that will enable Montenegro to become an energy hub for the Balkan countries, said Terna CEO Luigi Ferraris, adding that the commencement of commercial use is planned by the end of the year.

Vice President Iliana Yotova is on a Working Visit to Montenegro

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.

Montenegro President Rebuffs Serbian ‘Church Property Theft’ Claim

President Milo Djukanovic said on Monday that he will not allow anyone to take away what belongs to Montenegro and warned of what he called "external" interference in the country's affairs.

Djukanovic insisted that the new draft law on freedom of religion was not intended to baselessly take away anyone's property.

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.

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