Minister Boro Vucinic attended the OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation in Vienna on 1 June.
The Forum for Security Co-operation, which meets in Vienna, provides a framework for dialogue between the OSCE participating States on military conduct, and on confidence- and security-building measures.
A meeting of A5 Defence Ministers will begin on Friday, May 27th 2011 at Splendid Hotel in Budva.
A meeting was held at NATO headquarters in Brussels on 23 May 2011 for the adoption of PARP assessment of Montenegro for 2011. Montenegrin delegation was led by Deputy Minister Drasko Jovanovic, Chief of the Army of Montenegro, Vice Admiral Dragan Samardzic.
Minister of Defence Boro Vucinic received today the Ambassador of France to Montenegro Dominique Gazuy. The meeting was attended by French military attaché Lt. Col. Fabrice Duda.
Chief of Staff of the General Staff of the Army of Montenegro, Lieutenant Zoran Lazarevic attended Land Commanders Conference 2011 in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, from 16 to 18 May. The conference was attended by commanders of land forces from 28 NATO and seven partner countries.
Defence Minister Boro Vucinic received the honorary consul of the State of Israel, Nimrod Rinot.
Minister Vucinic pointed out during the meeting that cooperation with Israel is very important for Montenegro, and informed his guest about the activities of Montenegro to meet its strategic objectives - European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
Defence Minister Boro Vucinic received today Celeste A. Wallander, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia/Ukraine/Eurasia.
Minister Vucinic said that the overall relations with the United States as a strategic partner are very positive.
A meeting was held at the Ministry of Defence with representatives of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Albania on Sharing experiences on implementation of the Annual National Programme (ANP).
Representatives of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Albania Lieutenant Colonel Isuf Karaj and Lieutenant Colonel Kanan Himaj met with the officials of the Ministry of Defence, Directorate for the Protection of Classified Information and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration.
Montenegrin Minister of Defence Boro Vucinic received newly appointed Montenegrin defence attaché (DA) to Slovenia, CPT Branislav Keković.
Minister Vucinic during the talks said that this is an important position at this stage of the integration process, because Slovenia, as a NATO CPE, is of extraordinary importance to Montenegro.
Cadets and teachers of the Norwegian Naval Academy will be visiting today and tomorrow the Ministry of Defence and the Army of Montenegro.
On that occasion guests from Norway were informed about the achievements of Montenegro on its path towards full membership in NATO, on its Strategic Review of Defence and the organisation and structure of the MoD and the Army of Montenegro.