Djukanovic won't continue as Montenegrin prime minister

Montenegro's longtime Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic will not continue as the government head despite just having won a close election race, a statement by his Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS...

Montenegrin opposition refuses to recognize election result

The Montenegrin opposition said Monday evening that it will not recognize the result of parliamentary elections because of the influence of an alleged anti-terrorist raid carried out by police,...

Montenegro's Djukanovic set to extend 25-year reign reign

Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and his Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) were on their way to extend their 25-year reign after winning the most votes in Sunday's tense election,...

Belgrade has no comment on arrest of Serbian citizens in Montenegro

State officials in Belgrade on Sunday declined to comment on the Montenegrin police operation which resulted in the arrest of 20 Serbian citizens suspected of an alleged preparation of terrorist...

News of terrorism threat ups ante in nail-biting Montenegrin polls

Tensions went up by a notch during elections in Montenegro Sunday when police said they had arrested 20 Serbian nationals, accusing them of intent to destabilize the country by terrorism.

Djukanovic says Montenegro stable country, 20 terrorists from Serbia arrested

Montengrin police say they have arrested 20 Serbian nationals suspected of terrorist activities amid tense parliamentary elections that may end Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic’s 25 year-long reign...

Montenegro holding parliamentary election on Sunday

Montenegro is holding a parliamentary election on Sunday, the tenth since the introduction of a multi-party system and the fourth since it gained independence, and the vote will be a sort of...

Former Montenegro President goes to prison for corruption

A former top Montenegrin politician was sentenced to 22 months in prison for corruption after striking a plea agreement with prosecutors, a court said Monday.

Montenegro doesn't expect incidents ahead of Kosovo ratification of border deal

Montenegro and Kosovo signed the Border Agreement in August last year in Vienna, as a result of three-year-long negotiations.

Montenegro opens 2 more chapters in EU entry talks

Montenegro opened two policy chapters in its European Union accession negotiations in Brussels on Thursday, whereby the number of opened chapters has risen to 24.

FM says Croatia to be among first to ratify Montenegro's admission to NATO

Croatia supports Montenegro's progress towards NATO and Zagreb will be among the first countries to ratify Montenegro's accession to the Alliance, visiting Croatian Foreign Minister Miro Kovac...

NATO and Montenegro launch accession talks

NATO and Montenegro officially launched two-day accession talks on Monday, two months after that country received an invitation to join the Alliance.

Kacin says Montenegro's NATO entry talks to last 1-3 months

Slovenian Ambassador to NATO Jelko Kacin has said that Montenegro's NATO accession talks could last between one and three months, after which the ratification of the Protocol to the North Atlantic...

New protests staged in Podgorica against Djukanovic government

Several thousand Montenegrins rallied on Sunday in Podgorica at the invitation of the pro-Serbian opposition to protest against the government led by Milo Djukanovic on which the parliament will...

FM: Montenegro's NATO membership to stabilise region

Podgorica has stated that the document will be ratified by its legislators by the end of this month.