March 31st, 2018 - Within Monthly Statistical Review, Statistical Office of Montenegro – MONSTAT publishes the data for Montenegro that is collected and processed in accordance with the Programme of Statistical Surveys, and they represent the result of official statistical producers’ work.
We all know that dogs are a man’s best friend, but how many of us are willing to help an abandoned dog (not purebred) into our homes? At the end of the day, all these dogs really want is someone who will provide them with shelter and food, and they will give just as much pure, unconditional love in return.
"We are peacefully awaiting Sunday. We worked all year to have the advantage of the home court in the semifinal. In the meantime, we are expecting a packed hall. Is there pressure? Yes. To us, to them, to the referees... Whoever makes fewer mistakes will win," Džikić said.
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanovic, has received credential letters from the newly appointed ambassadors of Italy (Luca Zelioli), Cuba (Gustavo Trista del Todo), Thailand (Jankrit Scivali), and Tunisia (Seif Allah Rejeb).
Montenegro represents a promising destination for American investors, stated the ambassador of the United States of America (USA) in Podgorica, Margaret Ann Uyehara. Uyehara also emphasized that it is necessary that the Government and the business community collaborate among themselves with the aim of improving the business environment.
The exhibition "Drawing as an Experiment", curated by art historian Nataša Nikčević, includes the works of 45 Montenegrin artists of different statements. The exhibition opened two nights ago at the Petrović Castle in Podgorica.
Traditionally in April, the KIC programs mark musical content with the recognizable and popular manifestation "Month of Jazz in Montenegro", which will be opened at the Great hall on April 3rd. The event will open with the concert of famous Bosnian vocal artist Nataša Mirković under the title "En El Amor: Sefard songs of southeastern Europe". Mirković will be supported by renowned artists including French soloist, Michel Godard and the American drummer and percussionist Jarrod Cagwin.
The overall business environment in Montenegro is constantly improving, however, the pace for reforms in the ruling Law, cooperative management and infrastructure, as well as strengthening the fiscal policy, must be accelerated, said the Council of foreign investors (SSICG).
The acceleration of political contact between Montenegro and Tunisia is necessary at the high level, estimated the newly appointed ambassador of Tunisia in Montenegro, Seyf Allah Rejeb, during today’s visit to the minister for foreign affairs, Srdjan Darmanovic.