14 Nov 2019, 11:35 AM

Ten works of art sold and collected 3,100 euros into the fund for a new ultrasound apparatus for the Health Center Tivat, which is the result of the exhibition and humanitarian auction of paintings by the younger generation of Tivat artists, which was organized at the Museum and Gallery Tivat.

Vladimir Jovićević, Zoran Kruta, Tanja Nikolić, Nastasja Tomanović, Hana Mirkov and Jana Farkas have presented their latest works in the city gallery. They purposefully made these paintings for this humanitarian exhibition, promoted as part of the manifestation “November Days”, which commemorates November 21st - Tivat Municipality Day.


Humanitarian auction


Humanitarian auction

Art supplies and material for the artists were provided by the Museum and Gallery for these works, whose director is Jelena Boskovic and the author of the exhibition.

The exhibition was opened by the Mayor of Tivat, Dr. Siniša Kusovac, who emphasized that the artists whose works have been exhibited are young, but already experienced and proven in the local and international art scene.

Their different styles speak of the diversity of the offer’s richness and, consequently, the wealth of choosing a future buyer, fan, or donor. The municipality of Tivat has a great obligation to support these young painters and help them in their cultural life philosophy, ” said Kusovac.

Klapa Bellezza and the duo Neville Klakor and Danijela Medigovic Kuc performed in the entertaining program, and the auction of paintings was conducted by the actor Goran Slavic.

Text by Boka News, on November 13th, 2019, read more at Boka News

14 Nov 2019, 00:26 AM
November 14, 2019 - The Perast International Klapa Festival will announce the competition for the selection of the 25 best Perast photographs on December 1, which will be open until February 1 next year.
According to the organization, the city, islands, details, panoramas, and more can be staffed.
Photos can be in color, black and white, from all perspectives, published (solely for non-commercial purposes) or unpublished, taken analogously, or digitally after January 1, 2016, in JPEG format of at least 1 MB in size not exceeding 10 MB.
Photos can be slightly edited in terms of cutouts, contrasts, color filters, and other photo effects. Excessively processed photos will not be the subject of the competition (expert jury rating). Photos must be free of text, titles, watermarks, and author signatures.
Interested authors can submit up to 3 photographs by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with the following information: for the photo competition of the International Perast Klapa Festival, "I love Perast," photo code of 5 characters (chosen by the author himself, combination letters and numbers) and a signed statement from the author.
Already purchased photos released for commercial purposes will not be considered, said the organization. Photos posted on social networks are not subject to this restriction.
The Perast International Klapa Festival will receive all the photos by January 31, 2020, and submit to the Expert Jury (5 members) for selection. The jury will make its selection by March 1, 2020. The list of selected photos (under the code) will be published on the Festival website and social networks and photo groups - Boka Kotorska fans in April 2020.
The Perast International Klapa Festival will prepare the selected photographs for the exhibition "I LOVE PERAST" in a consistent form (30x40 cm, framed, framed, signed by the author). The show will be held at the Museum of the City of Perast on June 24-30, 2020, as a part of the XIX Perast International Klapa Festival 2020.
The jury will select the three best photos. The organiser will award the authors of the best photographs a cash prize of 150, 100, and 50 Euros at the opening of the exhibition on June 24, 2020, at noon.
13 Nov 2019, 11:26 AM

Following the invitation of representatives of local self - governments and citizens, Kotor - Tivat dog shelter workers take out abandoned and lost dogs daily, especially in the city center, Radovici, Ostrvo cvijeca, Krasici, Gradiosnica, Donja Lastva and Seljanovo.

In the Tivat municipality alone, 177 dogs were collected last year, said the newly elected Dog Shelter’s Director, Milan Popovic, stating that, to their knowledge, vans from neighboring cities and the north are coming and leaving dogs in the territory of the two municipalities.

He stressed that the biggest problem facing the workers and animals is overcapacity: "At this moment we have approximately 220 dogs, which is 70 more than the number predicted by the current shelter’s capacity.

The capacity is 150 dogs, and we have about 220 of them. Vans from neighboring coastal towns and one from the north come to leave about twenty dogs each, and we are obliged to collect all these dogs from the territory of the municipalities of Tivat and Kotor upon the request of citizens and institutions, and then they create a problem for us."

Solution to this problem is expanding the capacity and upgrading the dog shelter for which there is a design, but in addition to the budget available, additional funds are needed, Popovic points out: “The Utility company has addressed our investors, municipalities Tivat and Kotor for additional funds to this budget and we hope that by the end of the year when the draft budget will be in preparation and ready for public debate, that the funds planned according to this design will be allocated."

The Dog shelter’s capacity expansion project requires over €100,000 in funding, which will mean that the funding and all other costs that will follow that expansion will be much higher, Popovic concluded, telling anyone who would like a dog to visit the shelter because the primary goal of this institution is to care for and provide home for each abandoned animal, especially puppies.

Please visit the site if you want to adopt or volunteer

Text by Radio Tivat, on November 11th, 2019, read more at Radio Tivat

13 Nov 2019, 11:22 AM

The use of winter equipment for all motor vehicles will be mandatory from November 15 this year until April 1 next year. That means drivers have time until Friday to replace summer tires with winter ones.

Although not the case before, the proposal for a Road Traffic Safety Act, which is in the parliamentary procedure and is pending its adoption, stipulates that all four tires must be of the winter type, which means that those operating vehicles should be guided by the new legislation.

Text by Radio Tivat, on November 12th 2019, read more at Radio Tivat

12 Nov 2019, 23:56 PM
November 12, 2019 - New Year's Eve 2020 programs in Montenegrin cities were presented today in Podgorica at the press conference organized by the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro.
Representatives of local tourist organizations in Podgorica, Bar, Budva, Tivat, Kotor and Herceg Novi presented multi-day entertainment programs and concerts by renowned performers from the region, which will be organized on city squares during the New Year holidays.
"The organization of New Year's Eve is something by which Montenegro is already recognized as a leader in the region, and the New Year's program is, therefore, an essential segment of our winter tourist offer. We have an ever-expanding offer of the leading local and regional music stars performing in city squares along the coast and the capital, as well as in hotels across the country. There are also extras such as Christmas bazaars, ice skating rinks, animation, and performances for the youngest to complement the holiday offer," they pointed out in a press release.
In addition to the coast and the capital, Montenegrin mountain centers are a particularly attractive destination for New Year's holidays, which also marks the beginning of the winter tourist season. Hoteliers in Kolasin and Zabljak have prepared New Year's package arrangements with a music entertainment program, and the opening of the ski resorts awaits us in mid-December.
The director of the Ski Resorts of Montenegro Milos Popovic pointed out that during this season, there will be seven ski centers operating: Kolasin 1450, Kolasin 1600, Savin Kuk, Javorovaca, Vucje, Lokve, and Turjak. He announced the opening of the Kolašin 1600 Ski Center on December 14, an entertainment program that awaits visitors during this winter season, as well as plans for the coming period.
"We expect to keep the image of the destination of the best holiday in the region with a record visit of local guests from the area, as well as from other European countries, to complete this successful tourist year and start a new one."
New Year's program in Podgorica:
December 06, 2019 Podgorica holiday Pazar
December 13, 2019, Podgorica Night (held for the first time in Independence Square)
December 20, 2019, Gibonni concert at Bemax ARENA.
December 31, 2019 Concerts by Letu Štuke and Ničim Izazvan
January 01, 2020 Concerts by Darko Rundek and Mark Louis.
New Year's program in Bar:
The opening of the ice rink is scheduled for December 20 at 1 pm and will be working the whole month. It will be free of charge as in the previous year. This year, the youngest will also have the opportunity to take a ride on the popular tourist car "Ćiro," which will operate from December 30 to January 01 from 10 am to 2 pm, with the starting and ending station at the beginning of the promenade of King Nikola.
December 30, 2019.
Noon Braco Gajić
10 pm Padrino Band
11 pm Tropico band
December 31, 2019
Noon Children's play "New Year's Magic"
10 pm AkademiA band
11 pm Haris Dzinovic
January 1, 1 pm Ethno group "Zora"
10 pm Catapult
11 pm Amadeus band
New Year's program in Budva
December 28, 2019, 9 pm Crop Circles, Akademia & Gula, Psychomodo Pop
December 29, 2019, Noon Concert: Lena Kovacevic
9 pm Budva City Music / Refugee Jesus & Apostles / Neno Belan
December 30, 2019, Noon Concert: Lords of the Strings String Quartet
9 pm DJ Party (Stevan Mandic & Jonh K) / Mahmut Orhan
December 31, 2019. Midday Kids Program
9 pm The Grupa / Nevena Bozovic / Zdravko Colic/fireworks
January 1, 2020, 13.00h Classical Music Concert - Mediterranean Review Orchestra
9 pm Assa Voce / Hari Mata Hari / Ceca
New Year's program in Tivat:
"Tivat WINTER FAIRY 2020" begins on November 25 with the opening of the ice rink with a concert by Natasa Bekvalac and the Fog Band. In addition to the ice rink, where the citizens and guests will be able to enjoy the next month, Riva Pine will also adorn the ornate gastro cottages of Tivat caterers, which will welcome guests until the end of the New Year's program on January 03. The program includes a Christmas fair, a charity bazaar, concerts, daily programs organized by tenants of gastro cottages. Children will enjoy a full day of fun for the youngsters at the "Magic Forest," an ice show, a traditional Leontina concert with guests, and the opportunity to enjoy the performances of Tivat kids.
December 28, 2019, Van Gogh
December 29, 2019, Vlatko Stefanovski and the Bitola Chamber Orchestra - NY Rock Symphony
December 30, 2019. Željko Bebek
December 31, 2019, Lexington Band and Milligram
January 1, 2020, Marija Šerifović and Saša Kovačević
January 02, 2020 Ana Stanić & Pop Symphony
New Year's program in Kotor:
December 31, 2019. Partibrejkers
Hungry Franz
VIS Tetra
January 01, 2020. Bajaga
Cold beer
Light Under the Black Mountain
New Year's program in Herceg Novi:
December 30, 2019, Aleksandra Prijovic
December 31, 2019, Never Born
January 1, 2020. Haris Džinović
Kolasin Ski Resort 1600
December 14, 2019, Winter Opening - Indira Forza Concert (ex Colonia)
December 15, 2019. Winter opening - DJ Proximus
January 19, 2020, International Snow Day
February 1, 2020, Jelena Rozga concert
February 15, 2020 show by Dzenan Loncarevic
February 29, 2020, DJ X-Ox
March 1, 2020, Željko Samardžić concert
March 29, 2020, Lexington Band Concert
11 Nov 2019, 13:22 PM

“Priganice” with honey, cheese and various salty and sweet fillings were found on the stands in the lobby of the Delta City shopping center after two days of preparation. Hard-working first-grade students of the Secondary and Higher Education School “Sergije Stanic” from Podgorica prepared and arranged and then offered the traditional Montenegrin dish to their fellow citizens.

Gastronomy student Andjela Vlaisavljevic told "Vijesti" that the manifestation “Days of Priganica” is an attempt to restore tradition to Montenegrin homes.


“Days of Priganica” (Photo: School "Sergije Stanic")

“We all know that priganice is an old Montenegrin delicious dish. Many students participated in the preparation of priganice and the event itself," said one student.


“Days of Priganica” (Photo: School "Sergije Stanic")

For visitors to the mall, students prepared classic priganice with honey and cheese, as well as with delicious sauces. Vlaisavljevic said that she would single out two fillings that the citizens should try - ajvar and pesto Genovese, with the addition of sour cream.


“Days of Priganica” (Photo: School "Sergije Stanic")

Student Vanja Milosevic said the entire I-6 class was involved in the preparation. He is interested in cooking as he believes that this interest will be appreciated in the future when finding the job.

School spokeswoman Zorica Milickovic said that the event wanted to raise awareness among citizens that tradition is something to be cherished.


“Days of Priganica” (Photo: School "Sergije Stanic")

Now is the time of celebration, the holiday season is approaching, so we want to say that in all Montenegrin homes priganice should be served at the table as a welcome dish," said Milickovic. She said that they sought to connect traditional and modern cuisine and that the students, along with the teachers of the culinary subjects’ group, participated in the entire organization of the event.


“Days of Priganica” (Photo: School "Sergije Stanic")

“We deliberately included the first-grade students, the younger category, in this event. In this way, we open numerous events that we will organize by the end of December, we are preparing for Days of Podgorica, Entrepreneurship Days, Holidays, we will have the opportunity to treat fellow citizens with many other dishes and other activities, that we are preparing for them, ”said Milickovic.

Text by Ana Komatina, on November 10th, 2019, read more at Vijesti

08 Nov 2019, 18:15 PM

The first nine months of this year saw the Port of Kotor post a profit of 1.05 million euros, 50.5% higher than the same period last year, reported the Chair of the Board Branko Ivanović to Pobjeda, adding that this was a record increase in profits.

"The company's revenue for the first nine months amounted to 2.85 million euros, 32.8% up on the same period last year," stated Ivanović.

Operating expenses for the Port of Kotor in the first three quarters amounted to EUR 1.79 million, which is a 27% increase due to the concession contract for the use of the port.

The Port of Kotor is the concessionary for the commercial port, and the agreement on the primary concession with the Government was signed on 25th March, on the basis of a decision of Government of 27th December last year.

The concession is for a period of 12 years, and a business plan for that period envisages investment in infrastructure and superstructure of 5 million euros. After the signing of a concession contract with the Kotor company, the Ministry of Transport in March announced that in implementing the investment plan, conditions would be created to be able to welcome the newest cruise ships, without any restriction on length or draft, and the capacity of the marina would be increased. In addition, the quality of port services will also be improved. Earlier, it was announced that the concession agreement would benefit the state, municipality, citizens, and above all, those who work in the port itself. It was also stated that it was of the utmost importance to remove any safety risks and enable improvements, investment, development, safe passage for vessels, and comfort for travellers and tourists.

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Port of Kotor - photo Boka News

At the end of August, the Port of Kotor applied to the Ministry of Sustainable Development for the issuance of urban and technical conditions to build an independent buffer for vessels and two independent berths for buoy mooring in the operational space of the Port, in order to improve the technical and technological elements necessary for welcoming passenger vessels. The Port of Kotor Company made a net profit last year of some EUR 801,200 and is one of six joint-stock companies that paid dividends to shareholders last year.

In June, a meeting of shareholders in the Kotor company took the decision to distribute half of its profits to the owners in the form of a dividend. The Municipality of Kotor holds 56.97% of the Port’s shares, PIO Fund 17.5%, and the Employment Bureau 5.87% of the company's capital.

08 Nov 2019, 10:27 AM

A major environmental incident occurred on the ferry “Grbalj”, which belongs to the company “Pomorski saobracaj” from Herceg Novi, around 2.30 pm yesterday, when about 400 liters of diesel fuel spilled onto the deck from a damaged tank of one of the tankers that were on board.

According to unofficial information by "Vijesti", most of the spilled fuel ended up in the sea, but this did not provoke the reaction of the Navigation Safety Inspectorate of the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs of Kotor, which is responsible for preventing and punishing marine pollution from vessels.

“Vijesti” could not reach the General Inspector Zeljko Lompar, who did not respond to phone calls and text messages, and the management of the company “Pomorski saobracaj” said that the company’s CEO Dejan Ban was absent and that they would try to contact him and answer all questions throughout the day.


Ferry in the bay

The Maritime Safety Directorate of Montenegro was also informed about the environmental incident at the ferry “Grbalj”.

According to unofficial information, the Mercedes tanker with a semi-trailer ice-truck boarded the Grbalj ferry in Lepetani. Due to the unfavorable angle of the boarding ramp on the deck of the ferry, which is caused by high sea level, the tanker while boarding the boat, hooked the ramp with its fuel tank and punched it, which caused about 400 liters of diesel fuel to be spilled on the deck of "Grbalj", and most of it finished in the sea.

The ferry immediately sailed from Lepetani and, arriving in Kamenare, disembarked all the cars except the damaged tanker. The ferry "Grbalj" then immediately sailed again and stopped in the middle of the southern part of the strait Verige between Lepetani and Kamenari, where the ferry sailed for a long time while, according to the eyewitnesses, the crew washed the deck and flushed the spilled fuel from it into the sea.

It was all accompanied by the strong odor of diesel, to the extent that it was felt by the residents of the houses in the highest parts of Lepetani. The ferry then again arrived in Kamenari, where the tanker was unloaded from the ship and parked on the shore because, due to the penetrated fuel tank, it could not continue the journey, and the crew continued to clean and wash the deck of the ferry.

Navigation safety inspector Zeljko Lompar told “Vijesti” that he had failed to obtain material evidence that any amount of spilled fuel from the ferry had reached the sea.

Lompar secured himself by saying that he was speaking on the basis of preliminary verbal statements by the crew of the ship and those responsible from the company “Pomorski saobracaj”, that is, the driver of the damaged tanker, and specified that only about 40 liters of diesel spilled onto the deck of the ferry “Grbalj”, even though the tanker’s driver claimed that there were approximately one hundred liters of fuel in the damaged tank.

Lompar says that the spilled 40 liters of diesel were immediately collected by the crew of the ferry, scattering the fuel with sawdust and gathering it with rags, and that, according to them, not a single drop entered the sea.

When asked why the ferry sailed for more than an hour in the midst of the strait Verige, while the cleaning operation took place, or why, if there was no spillage of the fuel in the sea, the ferry was not cleaned at the port in Kamenari, Lompar just said that "the ferry could not be cleaned along the coast."

He added that he would receive the official written statements from all the actors of the incident, based on which he will then be able to make his official inspection report.

Text by Sinisa Lukovic, on November 7th, 2019, read more at Vijesti

07 Nov 2019, 22:48 PM

The Kotor Municipal Assembly has decided that construction can begin on a pedestrian underpass under the main road to the Old Town.

Councillors took the decision to approve the settlement for civil proceedings in Case No. 622/19, giving the go-ahead for the construction of an accompanying facility for the underpass road - an underground pedestrian crossing under the existing main road, in front of the city walls and the Harbour Master's Office.

The complex project is worth 1.4 million euros, and will be completed within a timeframe of four months.

The underpass design, by Europrojekt Podgorica, was presented at the Municipal Assembly hall, and the contractor will be Kotor firm Briv Construction.

While supporters of the project say that it will resolve congestion issues, views have been voiced that the project is not in compliance with the law.

A total of 13 councillors voted in favour of the construction of the underpass in front of the city walls and Harbour Master's Office, while Ljiljana Popović Moškov from Civic Movement URA voted against, with Ranka Krivokapić, Jovo Suđić and Ljilja Radunović of DPS, as well as Vido Drašković from the Liberal Party abstaining.

Chief Designer Dragutin Dubljević of Europrojekt stated that every detail would be taken care of - from lighting, use of quality materials, provision of lifts and means to ensure full accessibility to persons with disabilities.

07 Nov 2019, 13:24 PM

In Montenegro, due to unfavorable weather conditions, landslides or torrents, interruptions or changes in the traffic regime on certain roads have occurred.

The main Podgorica - Kolasin road is now open, where traffic at tunnels 7, 8 and 9 were suspended yesterday due to water torrents.

The road across Matesevo to Podgorica is still closed.

Traffic on the road Mojkovac - Djurdjevica Tara was stopped due to a landslide in Sokolivina.

At Kolasin - Mojkovac it is difficult to operate only in one lane because of the large amount of water in Sjerogoste.

The Auto Moto Association of Montenegro recommends that passengers traveling to Serbia use the road through Zabljak and Pljevlja and the border crossing Jabuka.

It was reported that the road Podgorica - Niksic - Zabljak - Pljevlja via Kovren and the Slijepac Bridge towards Bijelo Polje from Podgorica is operating.

Traffic on the route Trubjela - Vilusi will be suspended from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm due to the reconstruction of the road.

Traffic on the regional road Krstac - Ivanova korita, on the section Medjuvrsje - Ivanova korita will be suspended from nine to 11 am and from 3 to 5 pm and changed from two-way to one-way.

On the regional road Berane - Petnjica in Budimlja - Polica traffic will be suspended from 9 am to 2 pm due to paving works.

On the regional road Pljevlja - Metaljka, traffic will be suspended from 9 to 11 am and from 1 to 3 pm due to the reconstruction of the road.

Due to the reconstruction of the regional road Cerovo - Rogami, traffic on the section Rogami – Spuz is being conducted in line with the temporary traffic signaling.

Traffic on the road Pluzine - Scepan polje,  at the site of the Hydropower Plant Piva, has been changed from two-way to one-way from 7 am to 6 pm, due to the works.

Due to the concrete works on the slab culvert on the regional road Berane-Kolasin, as part of the reconstruction of the road Lubnica – Jelovica, the traffic will be suspended for all types of vehicles.

Due to the restoration of the road on the main road M-2 Podgorica - Kolasin, the traffic regime will be changed from two-way to one-way.

On the road Dinisa – Cijevna there is a complete traffic stoppage from 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm.

Text by MINA News, on November 7th, 2019, read more at Vijesti

07 Nov 2019, 10:03 AM

November 7, 2019 - Data showing that more than 70% of young people want to leave Montenegro is worrying. That fact has nothing to do with politics, religion or any other affiliation. This problem is social and it brings up the following question: What can be done to prevent young people from leaving and provide them with a decent life in their homeland? What is it that country and citizens can do?

It is unacceptable that the country has no official data on the number of those who have already left – maybe forever. According to the unofficial data, around 60.000 citizens have left Montenegro since the renewal of independence.
CdM interlocutors acknowledge the problem. However, the view on the current situation is different.
Minister of Sport and Youth, Mr Nikola Janović, has said that 70% of those who want to leave Montenegro is just a perception of a specific number of respondents, not the actual state of affairs.
Alarming situation
President of the Liberal Party, Mr Andrija Popović, says that migration to more progressive countries and better living conditions is ever-lasting. However, he stresses that there’s no justification for Montenegro, as a country that does very little to provide young people with the best possible conditions for living.
“Possibilities are endless. Through a priority state project, especially in agriculture, a Montenegrin village would come to life again, and with it, crafting and other activities. It is necessary to collect reliable data on the number of young people who have already left in search of a better life. The situation is alarming”, warns Mr Popović.
Member of the Presidency of the Socialist Democratic Party, Mr Mirko Stanić, says that the country should be held responsible for the problem. This problem is a direct result of the lack of stimulating measures aimed at making young people want to stay in their homeland.
Voting potential
“The fundamental reason for leaving is the relation between the government and the young population. Young people, the backbone of our society,  are voting potential and nothing more than that”, says Mr Stanić.

If young people had a stable and well-paid job in their homeland, there wouldn’t be a need for them to leave Montenegro forever.

In that context, Mr Stanić, reminds, SDP has proposed a set of reform economic laws to improve conditions for business and open perspectives for increased employment.

The Hungarian model

In Hungary for instance, young married couples receive interest-free loans for the apartment in the amount of €30.000. In case they get the third child, they are not obliged t repay the loan. Every country in the region and in Europe does its best to keep young people in the country. Countries invest in their young people and put them on the top of the priority list. In Montenegro, some other topics are given priority.

“If you are a student in Montenegro, you are not allowed to be registered in the Employment Agency just because the Government would then lose the possibility to display how unemployment rate in Montenegro has considerably dropped and how GDP growth rate has surged”, points out Mr Stanić.

In his opinion, arrogance and negligence must not be a response to the challenges Montenegro is faced with. We must face problems and, more importantly, acknowledge the reasons why young people choose to leave.


The country has identified the problem

Unlike Mr Stanić, vice-president of the Youth of Social Democrats, Mr Nikola Zirojević, says that it is important to stress that competent authorities have identified the problem and that they have undertaken measures aimed at tackling it and encouraging young people to use their skills and knowledge in their homeland.

As far as data is concerned, it is very difficult to gather accurate data as many people leave and stay just for a season or for a couple of months and then they come back.

“This serious challenge requires a strategic approach and concrete measures aimed at encouraging young people to live in Montenegro. In that context, I’d like to highlight some positive measures  – Fund for talented people which awards the best pupils, scholarships for students, dual education, professional training, grants for the implementation of entrepreneurial ideas, youth centers and others”, says Mr Zirojević.

Mr Zirojević firmly believes that this problem will be solved with more mechanisms aimed at improving living standards in Montenegro.

Socialist People’s Party spokesman, Mr Miloš Rajković, says that the main reason why young people decide to leave their country is the lack of prospects for a normal and decent life: getting g the job, starting a family, buying apartment, car…

“Lack of financial resources and being forced to depend on your parents are crucial reasons for leaving. In Montenegro, you can’t live a normal life from decent work. By “normal” I don’t mean survival and making ends meet, because that’s not life. What we have in Montenegro is ostentation of individuals and poverty of the majority”, says Mr Rajković.

He adds that skilled and capable people, who can contribute to the development of Montenegro, should not leave.

“It would be a sin. There are so many things that need to be fixed. If everybody respected laws, institution and the environment, this country would be a little paradise. A successful system with stable institutions, that’s all we need”, concludes Mr Rajković.

Text by CDM on November 7, 2019, read more here

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