The Report outlines challenges of municipal administrations in Montenegro regarding their human resource management.
A.S.,* a middle-aged housewife and mother of two in Montenegro, was divorced and on her own. For three years, she received no support from her ex-husband and lacked the means to raise her children. But through a new legal aid program Montenegro rolled out in 2011, she was able to access legal aid, and sue for and eventually obtain the alimony she was due.more
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Montenegro’s Boka Bay is a place of striking beauty. Bare rock walls soar 1,000 metres above the sapphire blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. Red-roofed fishing villages nestle on islands and in low-lying areas. The ancient port of Kotor, with its graceful Venetian architecture, has gained renown as a World Cultural Heritage site.more
Projects and Initiatives
The main priorities of the Government of Montenegro remain European integration and economic reform. Although, through the process of European integration, Montenegro has improved the overall governance system it still needs to strengthen its administrative and institutional capacities as stated in the last EC Progress Report. more
- 10 Jul 2015:Montenegro evolves into a modern diplomacy hub
- 09 Jul 2015:Montenegro marks International Small Arms Destruction Day
- 24 Jun 2015:Respect life, surrender weapons!