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20.10.2009.

H.E. Mr. Milan Roćen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro (Address at the First Annual Conference International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), The Hague, 20-21 October 2009)

"It is a great pleasure to address you on behalf of the Government of Montenegro at this First Annual Conference of the International Aid Transparency Initiative and to thank our hosts for an excellent organization and warm hospitality. It is especially symbolic for us that this Conference is held in the Hague, since the Netherlands is a significant donor for many development projects of vital importance for reforms and overall democratic development of Montenegro. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Dutch Government for this assistance..."

30.07.2009.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Milorad Šćepanović met today the Deputy Regional Director of the WHO for Europe dr Nata Menabde

Mutual content has been expressed regarding the present cooperation between Montenegro and WHO and there has been indicated the possibility of further support of the WHO in the realization the number of projects regarding improvement of the public health, particularly in the context of fulfilling the European integration standards...

27.11.2008.

Speech by Ambassador Milorad Šćepanović, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, CEI Ministerial Meeting,Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 27 November 2008

Speech by
Ambassador Milorad Šćepanović,
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro,
CEI Ministerial Meeting,
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 27 November 2008



Dear Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova - Mr. Stratan,

Dear Ministers,
Your Excellences,
Ladies and Gentlemen:


Id like to start by expressing my appreciation to our kind Moldovan hosts, for investing so much effort and dedication in implementing the CEI agenda, and especially in doing their best to make this Meeting and the Summit of CEI Heads of State, a success...

10.10.2008.

Statement by British Foreign Secretary David Miliband following recognition of Kosovo by Montenegro and Macedonia

I welcome the decision taken today by the Governments of both Montenegro and Macedonia to acknowledge the political reality in the Western Balkans and recognise the independence of Kosovo. Given the close historic ties both countries have with Serbia and as neighbours of both Serbia and Kosovo, the decision has not been an easy one but it is key to embedding stability in the region in which Montenegro and Macedonia have a shared interest and a positive role to play...

03.10.2008.

INDIVIDUAL PARTNERSHIP ACTION PLAN OF MONTENEGRO AND NATO

INDIVIDUAL PARTNERSHIP ACTION PLAN OF MONTENEGRO AND NATO

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06.06.2008.

VISA LIBERALISATION WITH MONTENEGRO ROADMAP

VISA LIBERALISATION WITH MONTENEGRO ROADMAP

03.03.2008.

Geneva: Speech by Milan Rocen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Montenegro, at the 7th Session of the Human Rights Council

H.E. Mr MILAN ROĆEN, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro:
Mr President, High Commissioner Madam Arbur, Exellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,

I would like to greet the Secretary-General and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and express our appreciation for their excellent work.

It is an honour to address the High Level Segment of the 7th Session of the Human Rights Council on which Montenegro particpates for the first time. I would like to reiterate our full support to the Council in promoting universal respect for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. We are strongly committted to strive for the universality and indivisibility of human rights, civil and political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development.

As a state in the Stabilisation and Association Process with the EU, Montenegro supports standards and values of the EU....

30.11.2007.

ADDRESS BY MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MONTENEGRO H.E. MR. MILAN ROCEN AT THE OSCE MINISTERIAL COUNCIL, MADRID

Minister of Foreign Affairs Milan Roćen: ''Montenegro is fully committed to goals and standards of the OSCE set out in the Helsinki Final Act. Though the youngest OSCE participating state, as a member of former Yugoslavia, Montenegro built itself into the core postulates of the Document. We are a small country and active and responsible OSCE participating state. We achieved this by working on two tracks. At home, by adopting and implementing the OSCE basic principles in system laws and practice and on the other side, by promoting these principles, values and standards within the OSCE bodies and forums...''

25.10.2007.

MILAN ROCEN, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS ADDRESS AT THE OSCE PERMANENT COUNCIL

Mr. Chairman,
Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,


It is a great honor to be invited to address the OSCE Permanent Council. In Montenegros modern history, it will be forever noted that this was the first international organization we were admitted to as an independent state. I would like to thank to the Chairman for giving me the possibility to present a short retrospective of our achievements in the period after we restored independence and became the OSCE member. I will give an overview of the current situation in Montenegro as well as of our position towards the OSCE and its significant role in Montenegro"...

13.10.2007.

Split: Address by H.E. Mr. Milan Roćen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Montenegro at the Adriatic-Baltic-Atlantic Meeting of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Ministers of Defense

Minister of Foreign Affairs Milan Roćen: '' It is a pleasure to greet you again. When we met last, Montenegro had just become a member of PfP. I am happy to be able to say today that we have made significant progress in the meantime in reforms and in the PfP framework. Based on goals enlisted in the Presentation Document, we have made PARP Survey, and we are now working on IPP. We expect that with NATO assistance both documents will be finalized and adopted by the end of the year...''