College for Negotiations

College for Negotiations is a Government working body, which discusses draft negotiating positions and, following the procedure by the competent working body of the Parliament of Montenegro, submits the positions to the Government for adoption.

The College consists of the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Ministers, and Chief Negotiator. Other ministers can also participate in its work. The College discusses all the matters related to negotiations and decides on the most sensitive issues arising from the negotiation process. Nine College sessions have taken place so far.

Press

Use the opportunity, the key to further progress on the EU path is in...

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"The recipe for solving the political crisis and creating preconditions for entering the final phase of negotiations on accession to the European Union is...

Broad social consensus on the EU accession obliges the further implementation of reforms

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Election of the remaining judges of the Constitutional Court is an absolute priority for Montenegro, to create the conditions for smooth and stable functioning...

Blocking the negotiations with Montenegro is not an option, strengthening the institutions is a...

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"Although a slowdown in the negotiation process has been noticed, its blockade is not currently on the agenda of the European Commission, but the...

Montenegro remains committed to fulfillment of its SAA obligations

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"Montenegro remains committed to fulfilment of its obligations which arise from SAA and making progress in the negotiation process, regardless of the political challenges in...

Tenth issue of Eurokaz magazine

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The General Secretariat of the Government published the tenth issue of Eurokaz magazine. Within several sections, Eurokaz presents current affairs from the negotiation process, the...