“Montenegro and Serbia are opining new negotiating chapters with the EU at an intergovernmental conference in Brussels on Monday.
Montenegro is opening Chapter 27 – Environment and Climate Change, while the new Chapters for Serbia are 17 – Economic and monetary policy and 18 – Statistics.
It will be the 32nd opened chapter for Montenegro, with the only Chapter 8 – Competition policy – remaining. The country has so far provisionally closed three Chapters: 25 – Science and Research; 26 – Education and Culture and 30 – External relations.” (European Western Balkans)
“Armenia’s acting foreign minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan on December 6 met with minister of foreign affairs and European integration of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanović in Milan on the sidelines of the OSCE ministerial council meeting, the Armenian foreign ministry told Armenpress.
During the meeting the two officials discussed a number of issues of mutual interest, the prospects on deepening the bilateral cooperation in various sectors, highlighting the fields of tourism, innovation and high technologies as priority directions. In the context of strengthening the political dialogue between Armenia and Montenegro, the two officials attached importance to holding regular mutual visits and political consultations between the two foreign ministries.” (Armen Press)
“Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic is on a two-day visit to Argentina and Paraguay, where he will meet with heads of state Maurice Macrie and Marie Abdo Benitez and other officials, as well as representatives of numerous Montenegrin communities in Latin America.
As announced from the Montenegrin President’s Information Service, Djukanovic will attend a ceremony in Buenos Aires on the occasion of a remarkable 200 years since the arrival of the first Montenegrin family in Argentina, which will be held at the San Martin Palace, organized by our (Montenegro’s) embassy, the Government of Argentina, the Province of Entre Rios and Union of Montenegrin Communities of Latin America.” (translated from RTCG)