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16.01.2021

Support to Montenegro’s EU membership greatly increased

Support to Montenegro’s EU membership greatly increased

The year behind us brought a significant jump in the support of Montenegrin citizens to the country’s membership in the European Union, according to the results of a public opinion poll conducted in November and December 2020 by the DeFacto Agency on behalf of the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro. 77.6% of Montenegrin citizens have a positive attitude towards the EU (compared to 66.1% in December 2019), while the number of those with a negative attitude has decreased to 17.7% in December 2020 (compared to 24.3% in December 2019). 74.8% of respondents support their country’s membership in the European Union, while 22.3% are against. This is a large increase compared to December 2019, when EU membership was supported by about 66% of citizens, while 23% were against. The research also shows that, if a referendum were called now, as many as 85.7% of those who turned out would vote for Montenegro’s membership in the EU.



21.01.2021.

European future: Dream of generations – dream of this generation

European future: Dream of generations – dream of this generation

Montenegro is committed to its strategic goal of becoming the next member state of the European Union. This strategic principle will be the essence of activities of all our institutions, as well as our society as a whole, because our vision of Montenegro’s development indisputably points to the European future.


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21.01.2021.

European future: Dream of generations – dream of this generation

European future: Dream of generations – dream of this generation

Montenegro is committed to its strategic goal of becoming the next member state of the European Union. This strategic principle will be the essence of activities of all our institutions, as well as our society as a whole, because our vision of Montenegro’s development indisputably points to the European future.

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16.01.2021.

Support to Montenegro’s EU membership greatly increased

Support to Montenegro’s EU membership greatly increased

The year behind us brought a significant jump in the support of Montenegrin citizens to the country’s membership in the European Union, according to the results of a public opinion poll conducted in November and December 2020 by the DeFacto Agency on behalf of the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro. 77.6% of Montenegrin citizens have a positive attitude towards the EU (compared to 66.1% in December 2019), while the number of those with a negative attitude has decreased to 17.7% in December 2020 (compared to 24.3% in December 2019). 74.8% of respondents support their country’s membership in the European Union, while 22.3% are against. This is a large increase compared to December 2019, when EU membership was supported by about 66% of citizens, while 23% were against. The research also shows that, if a referendum were called now, as many as 85.7% of those who turned out would vote for Montenegro’s membership in the EU.

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24.11.2020.

TAKE PART IN THE SURVEY AND PROVIDE YOUR CONTRIBUTION FOR FUTURE IMPROVEMENTS OF CBC PROGRAMMES

This survey is carried out as part of the Mid-term Evaluation of Cross-Border Cooperation Programmes between IPA II Beneficiaries, commissioned by the European Commission DG NEAR and implemented by a consortium involving Particip, ECORYS, ecdpm, FISCUS, itad and Oxford Policy Management.

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22.10.2020.

Montenegro is reliable partner in implementing objectives of EUSDR

Montenegro is reliable partner in implementing objectives of EUSDR

Regions in Europe share not only challenges, but also potentials and chances for progress, which is why joint work is needed in achieving the goals of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), said Chief Negotiator Aleksandar Drljević. Today, he represented Montenegro at the meeting of ministers within the IX Forum of the EUSDR, which ended the successful presidency of Croatia over this strategy. The meeting, which was organized today via a video link, was opened by Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, Gordan Grlić Radman.

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22.10.2020.

Subcommittee Meeting on Economic and Financial Issues and Statistics: Pandemic also struck Montenegrin economy, but Government reacted in a timely manner

Subcommittee Meeting on Economic and Financial Issues and Statistics: Pandemic also struck Montenegrin economy, but Government reacted in a timely manner

The Montenegrin Government took timely measures to mitigate the consequences of the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, along with the support of the European Union, it was assessed at today's Subcommittee Meeting on Economic and Financial Issues and Statistics. At the 13th meeting of this Subcommittee meeting between Montenegro and the European Union, which was held online and covers economic, fiscal and financial developments and challenges as well as policy areas under Negotiation Chapters 17, 18, 32 and 33, the representatives of the Montenegrin competent institutions informed the EC representatives about the activities carried out in the previous period in these areas.

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