News & Events

Training on European Convention on Human Rights and Criminal Legislation (2015/2/18)

February 18, 2015 The United States Embassy in Podgorica, in cooperation with the non-government organization Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) and the German foundation Konrad Adenauer, initiated a 3-day training for young lawyers. Over 30 participants, lawyers, interns from rule of law institutions, and experts, have come together to learn about the European ...
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Emergency Medical Kits Donation (2015/2/17)

On February 6, 2015 DOJ/ICITAP Senior Police Advisor Frank Herbert presented a donation of three (3) emergency medical kits to Montenegro’s Special Anti-Terrorist Unit (SAJ).  This donation is part of a long standing U.S. Embassy Podgorica program of training and assistance to Montenegro’s justice sector.  Previously DOJ/ICITAP, in cooperation with U.S. Army EUCOM sent three (3) ...
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President of Montenegro Presents Ambassador Brown with The Montenegrin Flag of Second Rank Decoration

4/2/2015 Montenegro’s President Filip Vujanovic honored Ambassador Sue K. Brown with “The Montenegrin Flag of Second Rank Decoration” during her farewell meeting with the President on February 4. President Vujanovic expressed his great appreciation for U.S. support to Montenegro’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration processes, highlighting Ambassador Brown’s personal contributions toward strengthening U.S. – Montenegro bilateral ...
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Ambassador Brown Presents Certificates to Corporate Interns (2014/12/18)

December 18, 2014 In an AmCham holiday reception on December 17, Ambassador Brown praised the work the Chamber is doing to promote a more dynamic investment climate in Montenegro and its collaboration with the government and the international community.  The Ambassador presented certificates to Montenegrin students who participated in AmCham’s 2014 Corporate Internship Program.  She ...
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Statement (2014/12/18)

December 18, 2014 The United States congratulates the Government of Montenegro on the arrests of Cristian Vintila, Massimo Romagnoli, and Virgil Flaviu Georgescu, who have been charged with conspiring to sell large quantities of military-grade weaponry to the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (the “FARC”)—a designated foreign terrorist organization—to be used to kill Americans in ...
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