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25.09.2014.

Reforms of ANB for the Purpose of Strategic Interests and Goals

Montenegrin Government has proposed amendments to the Law on the National Security Agency, which envisage the activities for the implementation of the Action Plan for the realization of the reform activities of the Agency in the proces of Euro-Atlantic integrations and the fulfilment of recommendations for invitation to the NATO membership.

05.09.2014.

NATO leaders take decisions to ensure robust Alliance

NATO leaders take decisions to ensure robust Alliance

The Alliance’s 28 leaders at their Wales Summit on Friday (5 September 2014) agreed on a Readiness Action Plan to strengthen NATO’s collective defence and to ensure the Alliance is ready to deal with any challenge. “This is a demonstration of our solidarity and resolve,” said NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

04.09.2014.

PM Đukanović at NATO Summit: Montenegro could become a full-fledged NATO member state at the next summit

PM Đukanović at NATO Summit: Montenegro could become a full-fledged NATO member state at the next summit

Prime Minister Milo Đukanović voiced his belief that this NATO summit is a confirmation of the successfully conducted implementation of standards and obligations required for gaining the status of a full-fledged member of the NATO Alliance.

15.07.2014.

Voice of America: Montenegro Deserved Invitation

Voice of America: Montenegro Deserved Invitation

Montenegro deserved to be invited to join NATO, agreed analysts in Washington, because it met a great number of obligations. Delaying obligations are considered to be a mistake, but the analysts are convinced that the invitation will be extended during the next year. What could influence the decision of Ministers, we will hear from an interview of VOA journalist, Milena Đurđić with American analysts.

15.07.2014.

Marković: It is absolutely incorrect that Russian spies exist in our Services

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice DuškoMarkovićassessed in an interview given to TVCG that it was unjustified and unacceptable not to have yet anelected Supreme State Prosecutor at the head position of the institution which has the most important role in the fight against organized crime and corruption.Marković hopes that with more responsible approach of the Prosecution Council and the Parliament that process will be completed soon. Minister of Justice claims that it is not true that there are any Russian spiesemployed in Montenegrin intelligence Services, as well as it is not true that Montenegro received an alleged list of obligations from NATO.

15.07.2014.

Benedejčić: Montenegro should continue with a good work

Montenegro has made an incredible progress and should continue with a good work, said the Slovenian Ambassador in NATO, Andrej Benedejčić, assessing that the decision, made at the meeting of ministers of the Alliance member states, is a great success.

14.07.2014.

Grigić: It is necessary to do a bit more job

''All countries of the Alliance saw Montenegro as the most serious candidate for 29 member, but the invitation would not be extended this year only because it was necessary to do a bit more job regarding the fulfillment of conditions'', said the Ambassador of Croatia in NATO, Boris Grigić.

14.07.2014.

Victoria Nuland, a Visit to Montenegro

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Victoria Nuland, in Villa Gorica, met top-level Montenegrin officials, President Filip Vujanović, Prime Minister Milo Djukanović, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Igor Luksić, and Minister of Defense Milica Pejanović Djurišić. In an exclusive interview to RTCG, Nuland said that Montenegro had implemented major reforms and that the United States would do all, together with us, to complete the remaining part of obligations, which are necessary for membership in NATO.

14.07.2014.

Đukanović: Montenegro Deserved the Invitation for Membership

Commenting the decision of the Ministerial Council not to send an invitation to Montenegro to join the NATO, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović said in an interview to MINA Agency that he was not fully satisfied with the formulation of the decision, because he was convinced that Montenegro had deserved the invitation for membership.

01.07.2014.

Long March to Brussels

Long March to Brussels

Imagine that you lead a small Balkan country that ardently aspires to join Western institutions. But your country also has long-standing cultural and economic ties to Russia, akin to those that have riven Ukraine in recent months. Then, the West imposes sanctions on Moscow and you are pushed to choose: Are you with the West, or against it?

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