The U.S. donated $3.3 million worth law enforcement and special emergency EOD response equipment to Montenegro

On November 23, 2022, Ambassador Judy Rising Reinke visited Camp Zlatica to commemorate the donation of law enforcement and special emergency EOD response equipment, valued at $3,344,909, to the Police Directorate of Montenegro through the U.S. European Command’s Title 10, Section 333 program – Building Partner Capacity.      The equipment, which includes such items ... Read More»

Ambassador Uyehara Presented Food Donation to Red Cross for Social Welfare Users

On Monday, February 12, U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro Margaret Uyehara delivered a donation consisting of food and hygienic items to the Red Cross for recipients of social welfare from the Secretariat for Work, Youth, and Social Welfare of the Municipality of Podgorica.  The Ambassador presented the donation to the Red Cross at the People’s Kitchen ... Read More»

US Embassy Podgorica Donated Inspection And Detection Equipment To Montenegrin Border Police

On November 7, 2017 the EXBS Program (Export Control and Related Border Security Program), US Embassy Podgorica, donated inspection and detection equipment to the Montenegrin Border Police.    This specialized equipment consisted of a  portable X-Ray inspection system, two thermal imager cameras, six video scopes, two all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trailers and ATV protection gear, rider ... Read More»

U.S. Ambassador Opened Renovated Wards of General Hospital in Niksic

U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro Margaret Ann Uyehara and the State Secretary of the Ministry of Health Milovan Vujovic officially opened the renovated Ophthalmology and Urology wards of the General Hospital in Niksic. The U.S. European Command (EUCOM) humanitarian assistance program, through the U.S. Embassy and its Office of Defense Cooperation, has provided 300,000 USD for ... Read More»

Donation of Equipment to Montenegrin Border Police

On April 20, 2017, EXBS donated classroom equipment consisting of a notebook computer, color laser printer, projector and projector screen, to the Montenegrin Border Police. The equipment, valued at $2,400, will be located at the border crossing  of Dobrakovo with Serbia in a new in-service training classroom. EXBS program is part of a broader effort ... Read More»

US Embassy Podgorica Supports Montenegro’s Border Police

The United States Embassy in Podgorica and its Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS) Program organized training for a total of 60 Montenegrin Customs and Border Police Officers on November 10-14, 2014.  The training was delivered by EXBS instructors, experienced former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency.  The United States, through the EXBS program ... Read More»
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