Public debate is organised by the General Secretariat of the Government of Montenegro, in cooperation with the Customs Administration, within the EU4ME project funded by the European Union, and implemented by UNDP. The opening remarks will be delivered by Aivo Orav, Head of EU Delegation to Montenegro, Aleksandar Drljević, Chief Negotiator and Vladan Joković, Head of the Working Group for Chapter 29. A panel debate "Importance of Customs Union for Citizens and Economy" with representatives from the academic and business community, as well as the customs services of Slovenia and Montenegro will be also held.
Podgorica, 1 December 2016 – Pupils at Slobodan Škerović High School had the opportunity at the EU Info Centre to hear what awaits their country in the negotiation process when it comes to environmental protection.
Podgorica, 28 November 2016 – In Montenegro women make up the majority of the population, but are a minority in taking advantage of so-called favourable opportunities, engaging in business ventures, ownership of businesses, executive functions
Brussels 21–25 November 2016, A group of 16 Montenegrin journalists from various media (television, radio, the portal of the public broadcasting service, newspapers, Vijesti television and portal, Monitor, TV Prva, TV Pink, Pobjeda, Dan, Dnevne
Podgorica, 24 November 2016 – The speed of proceedings which are limited to a single instance, significantly reduced costs for the parties, and the force and effect of a final court judgment are the most
Podgorica, 22 November 2016 – By using the smartphone app “Civic Institute”, which was presented today in EU Info Centre by the NGO “35mm”, Montenegrin citizens can file reports on violations of any of the