Filip Vujanovic

thumbnailRegional countries join hands to resolve missing persons issue
2014-09-19The leaders of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro work together to resolve the issue of missing persons.
thumbnailMontenegro urged to investigate attacks against journalists
2013-09-05Accounts of attacks on journalists, orchestrated by police, were revealed by a former member of the police's special anti-terror unit.
thumbnailEU calls for Montenegrins to respect election results
2013-04-25Filip Vujanovic won a second term in the April 7th presidential election.
thumbnailOpposition questions Montenegro election outcome
2013-04-13Vujanovic wins re-election to the presidency, but opposition Democratic Front vows not to accept the results.
thumbnailMontenegro opposition faces obstacles in presidential elections
2013-03-19The recent local elections may be a foreshadowing for the presidential vote.
thumbnailMontenegro to hold presidential election in April
2013-01-24The opposition may get a chance to break the Democratic Party of Socialists' hold on power by offering a joint presidential candidate, some say.
thumbnailMontenegro invites regional leaders to summit
2012-11-06The initiative includes stabilising Kosovo and Serbia relations.
thumbnailMontenegro parliament's dissolution draws mixed response
2012-07-31The ruling coalition said it wants to avoid hiccups on the country's EU path, but the opposition said those in power are just paving the way for more problems.
thumbnailAlbania seeks Turkish investments
2012-04-11Promising tax breaks, Albania's prime minister calls for Turkish companies to invest. Also in business news: Representatives of 50 countries gathered in Istanbul to attend the 15th Eurasian Economic Summit.
thumbnailMontenegrin ambassador assesses ties with Turkey
2012-01-04Turkey and Montenegro have a long history of working together, which both countries seek to improve on as Montenegro integrates into Euro-Atlantic institutions.
thumbnailBalkan leaders: EU and NATO membership goal unites region
2011-07-13The future of Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo lies in the EU and NATO, the presidents of the four countries agreed on Tuesday.
thumbnailMontenegro passes SEECP baton to Serbia
2011-07-01Serbia listed the fight against organised crime and corruption as one of the top priorities of its one-year term at the helm of the 12-nation regional initiative.
Montenegro's Djukanovic to run unopposed for DPS leader
2011-05-05PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Milo Djukanovic, incumbent leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), will be the sole candidate for leader...
Czech president reiterates support for Montenegro's EU, NATO efforts
2011-04-28PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Czech President Vaclav Klaus voiced his country's support for Montenegro's bids to join the EU and NATO during talks Wednesd...
Czech president to visit Montenegro
2011-04-27PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Czech President Vaclav Klaus kicks off a two-day visit to Montenegro on Wednesday (April 27th), for talks with counterpart F...
thumbnailUS-Balkans Business Summit paves way for American investors
2011-03-29An introductory gathering shows enthusiastic support for developing US-Balkan business ties.
thumbnailHolocaust Memorial Centre opens in Skopje
2011-03-25Over 7,000 Jews from Macedonia died at Treblinka. A new facility provides powerful evidence of the need for tolerance.
Serbia's consulate opened in Herceg Novi
2011-03-17PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Montenegro's and Serbia's future lies within the EU, President Filip Vujanovic said on Wednesday (March 16th) at the opening...
Serbia to open consulate in Herceg Novi
2011-03-16PODGORICA, Montenegro -- President Filip Vujanovic and Serbian counterpart Boris Tadic will open a Serbian consulate Wednesday (March 16th) in the ci...
SEECP defence ministers confirm region's Euro-Atlantic perspective
2011-03-16PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Defence ministers of the Southeast European Co-operation Process (SEECP) member states confirmed the region's Euro-Atlantic...
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