NEWS FROM MONTENEGRO

18.01.2018 - Positive attitude towards the European Union grows

Montenegro's EU integration process continues to be supported among the population. A recent public opinion poll shows that more than three-quarters of Montenegro's citizens ...

18.12.2017 - HRVP Mogherini met with the Prime Minister of Montenegro Marković

Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of European Commission, met today with the Prime Minister of Montenegro ...

11.12.2017 - Tenth meeting of the Accession Conference with Montenegro at Ministerial level

The tenth meeting of the Accession Conference with Montenegro at ministerial level was held today in Brussels to open negotiations on Chapter 2 - Freedom of movement for workers, and Chapter 3 ...

EU Assistance

21.12.2017 - Western Balkans Investment Framework

The West Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) is a facility supporting socio-economic development and the EU accession process of the Western Balkan countries ...

23.11.2017 - Erasmus+ info day

During a presentation organised by the National Erasmus Office in Montenegro, participants could hear how Montenegrin higher education institutions can use the opportunities of the Erasmus+ programme ...

07.11.2017 - Support to Public Administration Reform

As part of EU support for public administration reform in Montenegro, the European Commission adopted today an Annual Action Programme for year 2017, part 2 ...

EU NEWS

16.01.2018 - Plastic Waste: a European strategy to protect the planet, defend our citizens and empower our industries

The first-ever Europe-wide strategy on plastics, adopted today, is a part of the transition towards a more circular economy. ...

16.01.2018 - 2018 European Capitals of Culture: Leeuwarden and Valletta

From 1 January, Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) and Valletta (Malta) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year. ...

21.12.2017 - Visa liberalisation: Commission reports on implementation of benchmarks for Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries

The Commission is today reporting on the continuous fulfilment of the visa liberalisation benchmarks by the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) as well as the Eastern Partnership countries (Georgiam Moldova and Ukraine). The report shows that, whilst the visa liberalisation requirements for the countries concerned continue to be fulfilled, action is required in a number of specific areas to preserve their sustainable implementation. ...