September 7, 2018 - With 12 special guests, tonight begins one of the most important comic art festivals in Europe- 12th Herceg Novi Strip Festival.
September 7, 2018 - Three new air quality monitoring stations will be established soon in Kotor, Bijelo Polje and Podgorica.
September 7, 2018 - The representatives of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation thanked the opportunity to speak with the representatives of Kotor and offered assistance in establishing contacts and cooperation in all fields with local self-governments of similar historical, geographical, sociological and cultural features as well as challenges in solving problems at the local level.
September 6, 2018 - "According to the classification of the OECD - Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development - Urban Areas in Montenegro, only the centers of Podgorica and Tivat are considered. This is because, in these environments, the population per square kilometer meets this classification. As far as rural development is concerned, each country sets out rules concerning rural development, determines which measures will be implemented and supported in order to develop an area. This is a very serious process for us," said Ratko Bataković, Rural Development Network President
September 6, 2018 - Yesterday, at the 75th Venice Film Festival, within the selection of the 33rd Sunday Critics, the film "You Have the Night" by Ivan Salatić, Montenegrin director and screenwriter, was premiered. The film projection was attended by the Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović, director of the Movie Center of Montenegro Sehad Čekić and selector of the Sunday critics of Giona Nazzaro.
September 3, 2018- There are only a few days left until the beginning of this year's edition of the most important regional comic art festival - the 12th Herceg Novi Strip Festival, which will bring together over seventy artists at 16 locations in Herceg Novi and make this tiny Bokelian town a meeting point of the world most famous comic authors of today.
September 3, 2018 - Over the past two weekends at the EU border crossings Debeli brijeg-Karasovići and Kobila-Vitaljina, as well as Sitnica-Zubci with Bosnia and Hercegovina, there were queues kilometers long, with more than a one hour wait on both sides. The good news is that this weekend they are less crowded.