The EC report for Montenegro reminds that the National Action Plan on the usage of renewable energy sources until 2020 was adopted in 2014 and set a goal of reaching a share of renewable energy sources in total consumption of 33 percent
Unlike those who planned to use the location to build something for themselves, their family, cousins and friends, the Democrats and URA Civil Movement are planning to, in cooperation with the Montenegro Football Federation and UEFA, build a stadium in the interest and for the benefit of all citizens
April 27, 2018 - Unseen from the road, this lovely beach is a favorite summer place of Kotor citizens. The beach is located on the way from Kotor to Perast right at the Drazin Vrt village. Slow down while driving as not to miss a small 17th-century tower surrounded by a laurel grove. This is Bajova kula – Bajo’s tower – built by the legendary Montenegrin hero Bajo Pivljanin for a short but peaceful rest and recovery between the many battles against the Ottoman army.
When my friend (another curly-haired girl like me) brought me to this hair salon, the first thing that impressed me was not the classy posters of modern haircuts, but the sounds of music. Meštri o’ Kose (“Masters of Hair” in the local Boka dialect) is a small hairdressing salon located behind the Musical school walls in the Kotor old town. Run by Živko and Nina Jevtović, together with their colleagues Katarina and Ivana, they are real professionals who managed to bring my unruly fuzzy curls into a beautiful haircut for the first time in my seven years in Montenegro. This aroused my interest, and I wanted to know more.
Živko Jevtović, a Schwarzkop professional mentor and an external associate of Kotor Hairdressing school