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Montenegro welcomes new UNDP Resident Representative

Ms. Daniela Gasparikova (Slovakia) has been appointed as UNDP Resident Representative for Montenegro in April 2019.  

Building temporary airport facilities

The Government of Montenegro and the Airports of Montenegro AD, have initiated a project to build a temporary extension to the Podgorica and Tivat airports, which are currently operating above…  

UNDP and FIRST to host third annual Cybersecurity for Developing Nations Conference

The third annual Cybersecurity for Developing Nations Conference and FIRST Technical Colloquium (TC) is one of the premier conferences in the world of international development.  

From its citizens to law enforcement, Montenegro united in destroying its ammunition

Citizens, the Police and the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro united to destroy 21,416 pieces of ammunition on 22 September in an event funded by the European Union and facilitated by SEESAC.  

Speech by UN Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative Fiona McCluney at the presentation of the Study on violence in family and violence against women

According to this survey, every other woman in Montenegro has been a victim of violence at some point in her lifetime, and 1 in 5 women suffered violence during the last year. This means that there…  

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