The Ministry of Sustainable Development (MORT) extended the Plan of Temporary Locations in the Municipality of Budva, which made stone buildings of nearly 2,000 square meters legal this season.
The citizens of Podgorica, but also the owners of bus companies, are not satisfied with the situation in the city traffic. Passengers complain about buses without air-conditioning and irregular lines, and some of the bus operators on the chaotic conditions on the streets.
One often hears that one Montenegrin, or even two, live outside its borders, said the Director of the Diaspora management, Predrag Mitrović.
A Russian construction company paid almost 700,000 euro at the beginning of the week as a charge of the utility fees for a commercial apartment building in Becici.
Montenegro expects approximately 60 million euro in grants at the Governmental Presidents’ Summit in London.