05 Nov 14
Montenegro Press Review – November 5, 2014
Montenegro commended for its integrated approach to undertaking actions. Sole bid submitted for purchase of “Montenegro Defence Industry”. Tourism Minister appointed member of UNECE’s Environment and Health Ministerial Board.
Montenegro has become an example of an integrated model in undertaking actions, recognised at the global level, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Montenegro Rastislav Vrbensky emphasised during his farewell visit to Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic. Vrbensky highlighted the importance of PM Đukanović’s personal support and commitment to boosting cooperation between Montenegro and the United Nations.
Sole bid, submitted by the consortium consisting of the Belgrade’s “CPR-IMPEX” and “A.T.L.- Atlantic Technologies” from Tel Aviv, in the public tender for the sale of 100 precent of capital of the arms exporter “Montenegro Defence Industry”, was opened on Tuesday at the session of the Tender Commission for Privatisation. The commission for privatisation will assess the legal validity, the bidder’s qualification and fulfillment of the requirements set out in the public call, and officially notify the public about all relevant elements of the privatisation process, the governemnt said in a statment.
At the 20th session of the Committee on Environmental Policy within the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Montenegro’s Minister of Tourism and Sustainable Development Branimir Gvozdenovic became a member of the UNECE’s Environment and Health Ministerial Board for 2015 on behalf of South-East Europe. Minister Gvozdenovic’s appointment is the result of Montenegro’s strong commitment to environmental protection and health, which are recognised by the UN system as well, the Cabinet said.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)