With AMS Insurance, travel completely relaxed

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Do not forget that you are insured against a number of unforeseen situations before traveling, because the cost of treatment in other countries is very expensive.

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DRAGICA SEKULIĆ, Economy Minister in the Montenegrin government: FURTHER REFORMS AND MORE INVESTMENTS

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Through regional economic and infrastructural networking we contribute to bigger trade, investments, and the mobility of the workforce, thus bringing Montenegro closer to the European Union

Foreign direct investments are an important driving force behind the development of the Montenegrin economy, considering that, with the undertaken measures of fiscal consolidation, they significantly contribute to the stability of public finances. In addition to tourism, which is certainly the most developed branch of Montenegro’s economy, energy, infrastructure and agriculture are also sectors with a significant investment potential.

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Give other cultures a chance: The world of not imposing values

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Text: Žikica Milošević

The West is falling apart in terms of economic cooperation (at least Trump’s America is drifting away from the rest of the allies in G-7), and the unlikely harmony is emerging in the East, in the mighty land mass of Eurasia.

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RSD 1.5M TO ORGANIC MANUFACTURERS AT VII NLB ORGANIC CONVENTION

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NLB Bank Belgrade today awarded with the 1,500,000 dinars three best organic producers projects at the 7th NLB Organic Competition. The award was presented by the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Branislav Nedimović.

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Hit the North!

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Dear readers,

Lately we have witnessed two major diplomatic breakthroughs that made us a bit more optimistic about the future on this planet: the first was the meeting between the two “archenemies”, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, and the subsequent détente, denuclearisation of North Korea and many praises and criticisms from all sides.

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DUBRAVKA NEGRE, Head of EIB Regional Representation for the Western Balkans: Helping the Integration of the Region Into the EU

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EIB has a mandate to help improve social and economic development of the countries in this region but also help to support people’s needs when it comes to the provision of better health care, cleaner water, modern highways and better rail links

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H.E. BRANISLAV MIĆUNOVIĆ, Montenegrin Ambassador to Serbia: IN LAST TWO DECADES, RELATIONS BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIES HAVE NEVER BEEN BETTER

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Regional cooperation, as one of the pillars of Montenegro’s foreign policy, is also in the focus of our diplomatic activities

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AMBASSADOR SEM FABRIZI, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia: We Need Optimism, Pragmatism and More Reforms

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Serbia should continue to stick to its reforms process, to implement all the recommendations and priorities identified and to move forward with a process fully anchored in common European values and principles. The EU will continue to support this process

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H.E. DENIS KEEFE, British Ambassador to Serbia: No-one Wants to Hold Back the Western Balkans

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We see the Western Balkans Summit in London as an opportunity for us to demonstrate our commitment to the long term prosperity and security of the European continent, despite Brexit. We hope that the initiatives taken will make the lasting impact

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New Dell Precision entry-level workstations deliver powerful performance with a smaller footprint

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Dell updates entry-level Dell Precision workstations to further meet the needs of value-conscious customers seeking powerful, compact industry-leading workstations

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