The contract on the development of the Conceptual Design and the Main Design for the construction of the local road on Lustica has been signed, according to which the preparation of documentation should be completed within four months. This is a major step towards the realization of a project that will solve the long-standing infrastructure problems of the people in Lustica and enable the further development of this peninsula.
The contract was signed by Stevan Katic, Mayor of Herceg Novi and Edward Spahija, CEO of the company “Profil ing” doo, which was selected as the most favorable bidder in the tender.
The contract stipulates that the preliminary design and the main design will be done for the construction of a local road on the route from the existing Rose-Krasici road to the existing Babunci-Krasici road.
The value of this project is 87,120 euros.
It is defined that the Municipality will disburse funds as follows: 30% after obtaining the approval of the Chief Architect in the Preliminary Design, 40% upon submission of the Main Design and 30% after receiving a positive opinion on the Main Design by the Auditor.
Text by Boka News, on November 26th, 2019, read more at Boka News
This morning, Tivat Firefighters went to assist their colleagues in Albania as help from Montenegro after yesterday's devastating earthquake.
Technical vehicle SZS Tivat with two crew members and complete equipment headed across the border. Its crew consists of two members of the Firefighters brigade that completed the special training for intervention in rescuing those trapped in the ruins.
For now, it is unknown in which Albanian city they will operate because it depends on the needs on the field and coordination between the Albanian authorities and the Emergency Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Montenegro, which has deployed firefighters from several Montenegrin municipalities to assist the country.
The logistics team of SZS Tivat equipped the team for the journey.
Firefighters from Cetinje are also going to Albania
Two members of Cetinje's Security and Rescue Service are leaving for Albania this morning as part of a national rescue team.
These are firefighters Igor Jovicevic and Arsenije Djonovic, who, according to Commander of the Protection and Rescue Service Pedja Mostrokol, have been trained in these situations and will remain in Albania until further notice.
"They are part of a national team formed by the decision of the Government of Montenegro, consisting of members of all protection and rescue services in Montenegro and the Emergency Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Montenegro. They depart this morning at nine o'clock from Podgorica, together with the rest of the team," said Mostrokol.
Text by Sinisa Lukovic, on November 27th, 2019, read more at Vijesti
The Red Cross of Montenegro has activated a bank account to which all interested citizens and entities from Montenegro can pay funds and thus help the population of Albania in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.
The account number is 520-5188-31, at Hipotekarna Bank, with the indication "help to the inhabitants of Albania".
"The received funds will be forwarded to the Red Cross of Albania, which has been active in providing first aid, psycho-social support and distribution of emergency assistance to the population in need, and is constantly present in the field," the Red Cross said.
The authorities said four more victims were confirmed early this morning, with more than 600 injured in the earthquake that struck Durres and the surrounding area.
Text by Vijesti online, on November 27th, 2019, read more at Vijesti
November 26, 2019 - A consortium of the German WPD AG company and Vjetroelektrana Budva [in English: Budva Wind Farm] is the only bidder that met all the requirements for the construction of the Wind Farm Brajići on state-owned land in the municipalities of Budva and Bar, suggests the Decision on the shortlist of bidders.
The document drew up by the Ministry of Economy says the German-Montenegrin consortium was the only bidder which made a bid in a timely manner and offered an investment of EUR 101,3 million for the construction of a wind farm.
The bid encompasses the construction of a wind farm with the potential of producing 100,8 MW, while the consortium also offered to pay €2,50 per square meter for the lease of state-owned land.
The bid also envisages the participation of national companies in the amount of €21,6 million and the construction of a new wind power plant at an area of 235,462 square meters.
Text by CDM on November 26, 2019, read more here.
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A strong earthquake, the epicenter of which is registered in Albania, hit Montenegro on Tuesday morning.
The magnitude of the earthquake was 6.1 degrees on the Richter scale. The epicenter was near Durrës, about 120 kilometers from Podgorica and about 70 kilometers from Ulcinj.
An earthquake of this power can cause damage in populated areas 160 kilometers from the epicenter.
According to preliminary data from the Department of Seismology, the focus of this earthquake is located at a depth of 12 km.
"The Seismology Department of Hydrometeorology and Seismology company registered a devastating earthquake at 3.54 am, with the epicenter 12 km southeast from Durrës.
The earthquake was also felt in Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbia.
Text by Vijesti online, on November 26th, 2019, read more at Vijesti
The New Year's program - Tivat Tourist Organization’s Winter Fairytale begins with the grand opening of the skating rink with a concert by Natasa Bekvalac and Magla Band on Pine. The concert starts at 9.30 pm.
In addition to the ice rink, which citizens and guests will be able to enjoy for the next month, Pine will also adorn the gastronomic houses, evoking the holiday spirit until the end of the New Year's program on January 3rd.
Experience your fairy tale on the promenade Pine and experience the magic of coastal winter idyll in Tivat.
The program is organized by the Tivat Tourism Organization in cooperation with the Municipality of Tivat, the Association of Caterers and Hoteliers.
Text by Boka News, on November 25th, 2019, read more at Boka News
The business-residential building Porto Budva, worth EUR 80 million, will be completed by mid-2021, said sales manager Ana Golubovic, adding that about 60 percent of the works have been completed so far.
"Due to the great interest and the possibility of return on investment for only five years, today only 19 apartments are vacant in the complex of 300 apartments and only 20 out of 50 commercial premises," said Golubovic.
She said that investments in real estate under construction, the possibility of a passive income, and a return on investment within five to seven years are just some of the benefits of buying a property in the Porto Budva facility, as reported by Infobiro.
This is, according to Golubovic, about the number one investment project in Montenegro, for several reasons, including the location.
“The complex is being built in the center of Budva, on the first line, just 100 meters from the Old Town with access to the main Mediterranean street and promenade. Also, our team is engaged in the complete equipping of apartments within the brand of a five-star hotel, as well as the preparation of financial statements for our clients, whose apartments and business premises are for rent," said Golubovic.
The largest spa in the city of 3.5 thousand square meters is planned Within the hotel, with indoor and outdoor pools. The largest shopping mall of eight thousand square meters, is also planned, on two floors with well-known brands, a congress hall, restaurants, cafes, and two-story car parking with 400 garage spaces.
Golubovic reminded that Montenegro is one of the three countries with the most dynamic development in Europe, that it is a candidate for the European Union (EU) and a leader in the foreign investment on the Balkans.
Budva, the capital of tourism and investment, is still called the new Monte Carlo because of its pleasant tax climate and respect for the norms of European legislation and a stable notarial system, which overall contributes to the attractiveness of the Porto Budva project," Golubovic concluded.
Text by MINA, on November 25th, 2019, read more at Boka News