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

Obligations in Chapter 9 are finalizing, an independent assessment has confirmed the stability of...

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“The work is almost completed in Chapter 9 - Financial Services, and we expect that by the end of next year or possibly if...

‘European Inspirations’ exhibition opens at Centar Gallery

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The accession negotiations between Montenegro and the European Union may seem too complicated and difficult for people to understand. Plenty of chapters, mandatory benchmarks,...

The EC report noted progress in Chapter 4 – Free movement of capital

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"In Chapter 4 - Free movement of capital, clear progress has been made in regulatory and conceptual terms, which was stated in the Report...

EIO analysis: This year’s European Commission Report has the best readiness assessment so far;...

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At today’s session, the Government adopted the Information on Key Findings from the  European Commission Annual Report for Montenegro 2021, prepared by the  European...

Information society and media important areas for Montenegro’s membership in the EU

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"The negotiating structure and decision makers recognize the significance of the information society and media, and I believe that the importance of this area...