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World Health Organization commends strengthened primary health care in Montenegro
28 March 2014 - At her meeting with Monteegro's Prime Minister on 27 March, Ms Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe, commended the Government for making health a strategic priority and seeing it as an investment in the overall development of the country. She particularly praised efforts to revitalize primary health care, integrating preventive services, and health promotion. (more)

Montenegro sees more tourist arrivals
14 October 2012 - Montenegro's rapid transformation into one of Southern Europe's most popular tourist destinations continues unabated, with a record breaking 1.15 million tourists visiting the country in the first eight months of this year, according to latest government figures. The news provides firm evidence to back up the claims of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTCC), which earlier this year stated that Montenegro's tourism industry was the fastest growing in the world. (more)

EU to open accession talks with tiny Montenegro
26 June 2012 - European Union foreign ministers recommended on Tuesday that Montenegro open accession negotiations with the bloc later this week, opening the way for the Balkan nation to eventually join the union. (more)

Montenegro starts solar energy loan programme
5 July 2011 - The Ministry of Economy has started a new project to offer interest-free loans to Montenegrins for the purpose of buying solar water heating systems. These systems will reduce power consumption, saving the buyer money and also reducing Montenegro's dependence on imported electricity. (more)

Montenegro introduces eco-tax for tourist cars to help protect the environment
26 May 2008 - Montenegro will launch a new green tax this summer for all foreign cars, buses, and trucks entering the Adriatic state to try to protect its environment, officials said on Monday. Montenegro known for its dramatic landscape of sparkling waters, wild river gorges, and ragged mountains, proclaimed itself an 'ecological state' in 1992. (more)


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Programmes in health and education expanding in Montenegro
1 June 2011 - Interest in health and education programmes developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is growing in Montenegro. (more)

Montenegro: New programmes offer Transcendental Meditation, Consciousness-Based Education, Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care
30 October 2009 - Mr Zoran Mirjanic went to Montenegro in southeastern Europe one year ago to start bringing the Transcendental Meditation programme to the people of the nation. He and another Teacher offer introductory lectures about the technique each week in different cities; a meditating physician refers patients with stress disorders to him; they are having success presenting Consciousness-Based Education at universities. (more)

Montenegro physician refers her patients to learn Transcendental Meditation
11 September 2009 - In Montenegro, a medical doctor and cardiologist, who is also a practitioner of the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, refers many of her patients to learn Transcendental Meditation. In other news, a Consciousness-Based Education tour and a visit by a Maharishi Ayur-Veda physician are planned for November. (more)

Montenegro: Maharishi's programmes inspire university students and faculty
10 November 2008 - Speaking 4 November 2008 on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Paul Potter, Raja of Invincible Montenegro for the Global Country of World Peace, reported a recent presentation given by himself and Dr Ashley Deans, Ambassador of the Global Country of World Peace for Consciousness-Based Education, at the University of Montenegro, located in the nation's capital. (more)


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Montenegro police clash with anti-government protesters
15 February 2014 - Police in Montenegro fired tear gas and stun grenades Saturday to disperse hundreds of stone-throwing protesters who were blaming the government for high unemployment, economic mismanagement, and alleged corruption, and demanding its resignation. The protests were called by an informal Facebook group that asked Montenegrins to voice solidarity with Bosnian anti-government demonstrators who earlier this month. In Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, at least nine riot policemen were injured in the clashes with the demonstrators, many of them wearing masks to conceal their identities. At least 20 demonstrators were detained during the violence, which erupted when some 300 protesters tried to march toward the downtown government headquarters. Montenegro has been run for the past 25 years by Milo Djukanovic, now the prime minister, who has shifted several times from premier to president and back again. Montenegro's economy, heavily hit by the Yugoslav wars and wartime UN sanctions, is mostly based on tourism. It is in the in process of transition as the country seeks European Union membership. Djukanovic, his family, and ministers have often been accused of corruption. (more)

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