Showing posts with label Montenegro. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Montenegro. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Харадинай пообещал создать армию Косова через 90 дней после формирования правительства

Бывший полевой командир так называемой Освободительной армии Косова (ОАК) и экс-премьер непризнанной республики Рамуш Харадинай пообещал создать армию в самопровозглашенном Косове в течение 90 дней после формирования своего правительства.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Le Parlement du Monténégro accepte d'adhérer à l'OTAN, l'opposition boycotte le vote

Le petit pays des Balkans pourrait devenir le 29e Etat membre de l'alliance après le vote de son Parlement. Les opposants à l'adhésion se sont pour leur part rassemblés devant le bâtiment pour y brûler un drapeau de l'OTAN.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Kosovo More Important Neighbor for FYROM (***), Montenegro Than Serbia - PM

The nearest Serbia's neighbors FYROM (***) and Montenegro have shown, by voting in favor of Kosovo's accession to UNESCO, that Pristina is more important for them than Belgrade, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Monday.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

NATO Foreign Ministers agree Alliance’s door to new members remains open. - (FYROM Propaganda?)

NATO Homepage, 25 Jun. 2014:

NATO Foreign Ministers have agreed that the Alliance’s door remains open to new members, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Wednesday (25 June 2014) at the start of the second day of ministerial talks. The Secretary General said that September’s Wales Summit “will mark the success” of NATO’s Open Door Policy and maintain its momentum. “Let me be clear: NATO’s door remains open and no third country has a veto over NATO enlargement.”

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Deputy PM and FM Venizelos’ statement following the conclusion of the final GAC under the Hellenic Presidency (Luxembourg, 24 June 2014)

Hellenic MFA, Tuesday, 24 June 2014

E. VENIZELOS: Today’s General Affairs Council essentially brings to an end the six months of the Hellenic Presidency – Greece’s fifth Presidency since its accession to the European Communities.

At today’s Council, we heard very warm and positive words on behalf of the European Commission and on behalf of the member states, who recognize the work and contribution of the Hellenic Presidency in shaping a new European environment; an environment that must respond to citizens’ demands, which were expressed in the European elections. We will have the opportunity to present the long list of the Hellenic Presidency’s achievements.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Montenegro supports Russia sanctions in order to hasten EU accession

Montenegro supported the Western-led sanctions against Russia for the sake of quicker EU-integration and accession to NATO rather than as an anti-Russian move, the country’s president said.
"If we did not, if we’d been indifferent to the decisions [of imposing sanctions,] the path to the EU would definitely have been slowed, and the relationship with NATO, of course, would exclude the possibility of inviting [Montenegro to join NATO at a summit] in Wales," Filip Vujanovic said, referring to the 28-member Alliance’s meeting in September, where Montenegro is expected to be formally invited to join NATO.

NATO Secretary General welcomes Montenegro's achievements, encourages further reforms

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Thursday (22 May 2014) welcomed the achievements Montenegro has made in implementing key reforms to meet NATO standards. The Secretary General encouraged Montenegro to continue those reforms. “NATO is committed to the future of the Western Balkans as a natural part of the Euro-Atlantic family. So I look forward to seeing Montenegro join the Euro-Atlantic family as soon as you are ready,” he said.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Montenegrin PM says his policy is "not anti-Russian"

PODGORICA -- Montenegrin PM Milo Đukanović denied on Friday that his foreign policy was anti-Russian, saying he was representing "realistic interests" of the country.

"All such claims, no matter where they are coming from, are factually baseless and politically motivated," said Đukanović as he answered MP questions during his regular monthly address to Montenegro's parliament.
The Montenegrin prime minister also said that his country's NATO and the European Union integrations were "its national interest."

"That is a synonym for a reliable peace, stability, the rule of law, economic development. Therefore, the process cannot be directed against anyone's interests," he said.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Montenegrin PM’s anti-Russian rhetoric disappoints Russia. -- Russian Foreign Ministry

Russia is disappointed with the anti-Russian rhetoric of Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic during his visit to the United States and Montenegro’s decision to join the EU anti-Russian sanctions, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

During his visit to Washington, Djukanovic called for Montenegro’s earliest accession to NATO.

“In his speeches, Djukanovic made unfriendly anti-Russian remarks which, alongside Montenegro’s decision to join EU anti-Russian sanctions, are causing our deep disappointment. 

Friday, April 11, 2014

Only Serbia and Montenegro could join EU "as package". - Belgrade is against a joint EU entry of all Western Balkan countries "as a package"

VIENNA -- Belgrade is against a joint EU entry of all Western Balkan countries "as a package," says Serbia's chief negotiator in EU talks, Tanja Miščević.

"The only such package possible is one that would include Montenegro besides Serbia," she said on Friday.
"We can only speak of a package that consists of Serbia and Montenegro," she underscored, adding that the two are the only Western Balkan nations that are in EU accession talks at the moment.

In a discussion with Austrian businesspeople and legal experts, organised by the Austrian Economic Senate, Miščević said that Serbia intends to complete its accession talks with the EU by 2018, and that the accession should take place in 2020.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Otan/élargissement: aucune décision concrète. -Anders Fogh Rasmussen

L'Otan n'a adopté aucune décision concrète concernant l'adhésion de nouveaux membres, a indiqué mardi à Bruxelles le secrétaire général de l'Alliance Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

"La porte de l'Otan reste ouverte. En vertu du Traité de l'Atlantique nord, l'Alliance peut inviter des démocraties européennes qui se conforment aux critères requis pour l'adhésion à l'Otan. La décision d'élargir ou non notre Alliance, c'est une décision que l'Otan prendra sans ingérence de pays tiers. Si un pays candidat remplit les critères requis et que les 28 alliés sont d'accord, nous pourrons alors décider de nous élargir. Ni la Russie, ni aucun autre pays tiers n'y peuvent rien", a déclaré M.Rasmussen lors d'une conférence de presse conjointe avec le premier ministre monténégrin Milo Djukanovic.

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