/en/file/show//Images/Images.New/Places/Montenegro/democratic front 660x330.jpg Montenegro Opposition Spurns Offer of Dialogue

Initiative to start negotiations on solving the deep political crisis in Montenegro looks doomed after the opposition refused to talk with the ruling parties on reforms.

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Montenegro's Gays Set New Date for Parade

The third LGBT Pride march in Montenegro’s capital is due to take place on December 13, after being postponed in October when anti-government protests erupted in Podgorica.

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Anti-Schengen Clamour Holds Dangers for Balkans

Growing calls to scrap a border-free Europe - in the wake of the Paris attacks – are a real threat to stability in the Western Balkans.


Montenegro Work Permit Limit Worries Foreign Firms

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Montenegro Press Review - July 22, 2015

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Montenegrin Art Group Spurs Cultural Revival

Meet the young artists challenging the status quo by promoting new talent and revitalising the local arts scene in Niksic.