During the visit to the U.S.A., Minister of Defense Prof. Milica Pejanović-Djurišić, PhD visited Maine National Guard.
Minister of Defense Prof. Milica Pejanovic- Djurisic, PhD met in Pentagon with U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. During the meeting Secretary Panetta emphasized that U.S. fully appreciates constructive role which Montenegro has in the region, as well as Montenegrin contribution to global fight against terrorism, especially through participation in ISAF mission in Afghanistan.
Minister of Defense of Montenegro Professor Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, PhD, has met today Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of Defense of Germany Mr. Christian Schmidt in Villa “Gorica”.
Minister of Defence, Milica Pejanovic-Đurisic met with the NATO Deputy Secretary General Ambassador Alexander Vershbow who is on official visit to Montenegro
Meeting of the North Atlantic Council with Montenegro on reviewing the second Progress Report on Activities under the MAP has been held today in Brussels. The Minister of Defense Professor Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, PhD and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Milan Rocen, headed the delegation of Montenegro. The meeting was chaired by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
The week-long final planning conference for exercise Combined Endeavor 2012 (CE12), U.S. European Command’s largest communications interoperability exercise, began today with more than 250 participants attending to finalize the planning and testing for this year’s exercise.
Lieutenant colonel Rajko Pesic is the first officer of the Armed Forces of Montenegro, who has completed a yearlong education at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The final work of Lieutenant Colonel Pesic on "Capacity Building of the Armed Forces of Montenegro" was highly rated by lecturers, who have followed the reform and development of the Armed Forces of Montenegro.
Chief of General Staff of the Montenegrin Armed Forces, Vice Admiral Dragan Samardzic visited 5th contingent of the Army of Montenegro in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan.
Montenegrin cadet Savo Franovic is one of 14 foreign representatives who successfully completed the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. In the final graduation ceremony of naval officers Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Navy pilots, cadet Franovic graduated in the class which numbered about 1099 cadets.
In Declaration released after the first day of the Summit in Chicago, the Heads of State and Government of the NATO member countries unconditionally welcomed the significant progress of Montenegro in joining the Alliance. The success of Montenegro in implementing significant political, economic and defence reforms on its path to the full fledged membership to NATO is particularly emphasized.