Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic has resigned after twenty five years in power.
Results in Montenegro’s general election are pointing to a win for Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and his pro-Western, Democratic Party of Socialists.
Montenegro will go to the polls on Sunday as citizens vote in a national election seen by some as a referendum on the country’s western integration.
“No to NATO” was the message coming out of a demonstration in Montenegro. The protest – attended by around 2,000 people – was called by pro-Russian
NATO has asked the former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro to become a member. The invitation came at a meeting of alliance foreign ministers in
Feelings ran high on Saturday night as some 5,000 demonstrators gathered outside Montenegro’s parliament to demand the resignation of veteran Prime
Several thousand people continued their protests in the capital of Montenegro on Sunday evening, calling on the government of Prime Minister Milo
Inter Milan have announced that Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic is due to undergo a medical at the San Siro. .@stevanj35 will arrive in Milan
UEFA has awarded Russia a 3-0 victory over Montenegro after the Euro 2016 qualifier in Podgorica was abandoned following crowd trouble. The referee
A huge landslide in Montenegro damaged more than 100 metres of highway, creating craters which in some places reached a depth of one metre.
A Eurocup basketball match between Podgorica and Banvit in Montenegro was interrupted after an angry fan ran on to the court and shoved a player
Clashes between Montenegro police and anti-gay protesters marred the country’s first ever Gay Pride Parade. The parade participants were evacuated
Police clashed with anti-gay protesters in Montenegro on Wednesday as they tried to disrupt the first gay pride parade to be held in the staunchly
At least 16 people have been killed and another 33 injured after a passenger bus fell into a deep river gorge in central Montenegro. Police say the
Filip Vujanovic will serve a third term as president of Montenegro after narrowly winning Sunday’s election. Vujanovic, who comes from the
The candidates in Montenegro’s presidential election are being urged to show maturity and allow the electoral commission to decide who won. Both
Both sides have claimed victory in Montenegro’s presidential election raising the prospect of a dispute, as the small mountainous Adriatic country
Polls have opened in Montenegro for the country’s presidential election. Current President Filip Vujanovic is hoping to win his third term in office
Montenegro goes to the polls to elect a new President in only the second general election since separating from Serbia in 2006. Incumbent
The leader of Montenegro’s governing party has claimed victory in the former Yugoslav state’s parliamentary elections. With 94 percent of the votes
Exit polls in the Montenegrin elections indicate that the ruling DPS party, which has run the former Yugoslav republic since it split away from
The former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro has been an independent state for just six years. Its ruling coalition led by the Democratic Party of
Fire-fighters in Montenegro struggled on July 17 to contain wildfires threatening homes and embassies in a residential area of the capital Podgorica.
Foreign ministers from western Balkan countries have signed a declaration of intent to solve the long running problem of war refugees. Tens of
Interview with Sasa Radovic, Managing Director, National Tourism Organization of Montenegro. This year Euronews spoke to key tourism
Three Balkan states have moved a step closer to Europe, with the end of visa restrictions for foreign travel. The Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk
Serbia and Montenegro have agreed to forge closer ties seven months after the two countries fell out over Kosovo. Relations between the two former
Montenegro’s Prime Minister has claimed victory in the country’s general election after a campaign which promised a push to join the EU quickly
He has dominated political life in his homeland for two decades. And, as he voted today, Montenegro’s leader Milo Djukanovic could have every