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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
of Montenegro
Ministarstvo vanjskih poslova i evropskih integracija Crne Gore
Agency overview
Formed 1831
Jurisdiction Government of Montenegro
Headquarters Stanka Dragojevića 2,
Podgorica
Agency executives Igor Lukšić, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Vladimir Radulović, State Secretary
Website http://www.mip.gov.me

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration in the Government of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Ministarstvo vanjskih poslova i evropskih integracija u Vladi Crne Gore, MVPiEI) is the foreign-affairs ministry in the Government of Montenegro.

Ministers

Minister Start of term End of term
Nikola Samardžić 16 February 1991 31 July 1992
Miodrag Lekić 1992 1994
Janko Jeknić 1994 17 January 1997
Branko Perović 1997 late-December 1999
Branko Lukovac 2000 2003
Dragiša Burzan 2003 2004
Miodrag Vlahović 2004 10 November 2006
Milan Roćen 10 November 2006 10 July 2012
Nebojša Kaluđerović 10 July 2012 4 December 2012
Igor Lukšić 4 December 2012 present

External links

  • Official Website
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