Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro

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The SA Council encouraged Montenegro to continue its work on meeting all benchmarks and to continue focusing on the fundamentals of the accession process: rule of law, economic governance and public administration reform.
Even though more women graduate from universities, they earn on average 16% less than men do and only 8% of CEO's of the EU's largest companies are women
Today, the European Commission is announcing over €3.3 billion of EU financial support mobilised jointly with the European Investment Bank to the benefit of the Western Balkans’ citizens. This package aims to address the immediate health and resulting humanitarian needs of the COVID-19 pandemic as
More than 1.000 EU citizens, who were in Montenegro at the time of the coronavirus epidemic outbreak, have returned to their countries thanks to the committed cooperation of the Government of Montenegro and EU Member State embassies, coordinated by the EU Delegation to Montenegro. Since 17 March,
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EU and Western Balkans: Connected by culture
EU and Western Balkans: Connected by culture
In the Western Balkans in 2018, we walked along the Cultural Heritage Route, which consisted of a series of initiatives and events on material and immaterial heritage, supported by the European Union and its Member States. The Route aimed to connect and highlight events organised by the EU
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The Paris Agreement: the world unites to fight climate change
The Paris Agreement: the world unites to fight climate change
At the Paris climate conference in December 2015, 195 countries agreed to the world's first universal action plan to tackle climate change by limiting global warming to ‘well below 2°C’. This historic achievement was just the beginning – now every country must turn their promises into action.
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