October 26, 2018 - The situation in the Montenegrin state maritime administration is catastrophic, and the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs (MSP) in general does not have any staff who are taking care and follows the issue of seafarers, it was stated at the regular Assembly of the Union of Seafarers of Montenegro (UP).
October 25, 2018 - The state does not need concessionaires but should be able to direct the high profitability of the airport to building infrastructure, supplying equipment for more modern and cheaper business, while the management of the Airports of Montenegro must strive to increase revenues that are now unjustifiably charged as well as to a greater amount of services provided both to companies and to passengers, stated the Croatian Civil Aviation Analyst Alen Šćuric in the author's text for a specialized aviation portal tangosix.rs.
October 24, 2018 - The new rules on indicators and guidelines for the identification and prevention of money laundering have increased the obligation on Montenegrin banks to monitor and analyze client transactions from high-risk countries and offshore zones, as well as those related to virtual currencies, electronic transfers and currency trading, the General Secretary of the Montenegrin Banking Association Branislav Pejakovic said in an interview for "Vijesti”.
October 24, 2018 - The company “Montenegroregion” of the three Russian citizens has sued the state and the Municipality of Kotor and will seek around 20 million euros in damages, how much the value of the dispute is estimated, as they are allegedly not able to build the tourist resort in Morinj for 12 years.
October 24, 2018 - Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) occupy 13.22 percent of the total number of work permits for foreigners, which is why there are many reasons for improving cooperation with the Bosnian Agency for Labor and Employment, according to Director of the Employment Office in Montenegro (ZZZCG) Suljo Mustafić.