News & Events

U.S. Embassy Supports School Mural Project to Promote Inclusion, Tolerance, and Collaboraiton

Elementary School “Bozidar Vukovic Podgoricanin” hosted a celebratory event on September 21 to mark the completion of the community mural project “Painting the Way to Tolerance and Inclusion.”  The project was funded by the Department of State and supported by U.S. Embassy Podgorica.   At the event, school principal Ljubinka Nedic and U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Officer Jeff Adler ...
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U.S. Embassy Podgorica Awarded Cooperative Agreement

U.S. Embassy Podgorica,  represented by Public Affairs Officer Jeff Adler, awarded a cooperative agreement in the amount of $175,000 to the NGO Fund for Active Citizenry (fAKT), represented by Anica Boljevic.  Through this award, fAKT will issue two sub-granting programs on the topics of youth empowerment and outreach; the economic and political empowerment of women; the empowerment of disadvantaged ...
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Montenegro Border Police and Customs Representatives Attend Border Security Meeting

The Export Control and Related Border Security Program (EXBS) facilitated the Sixth Quarterly Southern Border Initiative Meeting which was hosted by the Macedonia Border Police and Customs Agencies in Lake Ohrid on September 12.  The goal of this initiative is to meet regularly with a Cross-border Working Group consisting of the border security agencies from ...
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Conference on International Legal Assistance and Modern Investigative Trends

On September 10, 2018, the U.S. Embassy organized a conference on international legal assistance and modern investigative trends.  The conference focused on the need for countries to partner together in the fight against organized crime, which recognizes neither boundaries nor borders. Resident Legal Advisor Erik Larson detailed how the United States is supporting Montenegro’s efforts ...
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U.S. Government-Supported Access English Language Program Successfully Completes in Podgorica

U.S. Embassy Charge D’ Affaires Gordon Duguid, together with the English Language Teachers’ Association of Montenegro (ELTAM), officially closed a two-year Access Microscholarship Program in Podgorica, Montenegro, on August 29. The Access Microscholarship Program is a two-year, intensive, afterschool English-language learning program for talented students sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.  Twenty-five 14-16 years ...
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