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H2020: Enhancement of Self-Sustaining R&I Ecosystems (WBC-RRI.NET)

The representative of Adriatic Bridge Partners will participate in the H2020 project WBC-RRI.NET which aims is to foster the application of RRI principles at the territorial level in five (5) Western Balkan – 4 region-level and 1 country-level-R&I ecosystem and promote a multi-level steering R&I governance framework in the WBCs. RRI principles act as enablers to the shared learning and diffusion of R&I governance innovations at the territorial level, enhancing R&I planning, including S3 Strategies […] Read More

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Capacity building for success – Fostering youth professional realization and employability (CAST)

Adriatic Bridge Partners will participate in the ongoing CAST project to address the gap between the needs and requirements of the SME, market, education, and employment sectors. Some of the training activities strengthen the value chain, identify drivers, propose recommendations and structural models in order to strengthen regional sustainability. The project takes responsibility for designing blended learning courses that young people will prepare according to the recommendations of employers and their profiles for open and […] Read More

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Hazardous waste removal project

Adriatic Bridge Partners participates in the project of dislocation of hazardous waste from Montenegro which our partner from Serbia is implementing in cooperation with the UNDP office in Montenegro. This project aims to ensure the safe removal and safe transport of hazardous waste from Montenegro following domestic and international regulations. The project relates to the removal of toxic waste, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (known as ‘PCB’ waste) which is present primarily in old industrial equipment. […] Read More


IPARD II public call for Measure 3

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management has announced a public call through Measure 3 for the award of grants for processing in the agricultural sector under the IPARD program. Investments can be directed to the sector: milk processing; meat processing; wine production; processing of fruits and vegetables (including cereals, mushrooms, aromatic and medicinal herbs); olive processing; fish and aquaculture processing. Support funds for Measure 3 can be used by micro, small and medium […] Read More


Meeting with the ambassador

On Monday, February 1, 2021, we had the honor to meet the Ambassador of Japan to Montenegro, in the premises of the Japanese Corner in Podgorica. H.E. Takahiko Katsumata. On that occasion, along with Japanese tea, we exchanged opinions on the possibilities of strengthening economic cooperation in the fields of tourism, knowledge transfer, new technologies, etc. Along with the ambassador, there were also members of his delegation.


European Researchers’ Night

This year on November 27 will be held European Researchers’ Night 2020 in Montenegro. Adriatic Bridge Partners will be a proud friend of the event, which is traditionally organized for the tenth time. In the face of the changes brought by science and new technologies, dramatically changing the world, the festival focuses on research and innovation that shape the economy and everyday life, promoting a knowledge-based society. This event is simultaneously organized in 30 European […] Read More


Market research of agricultural machinery in Montenegro

Adriatic Bridge Partners in cooperation with partners from Croatia implemented the project: “Market research for the IPARD Agency”, which was encompassed to analyze agricultural machinery price trends in Montenegro. The objective of the research was to check the current market prices and make a comparison with the reference price in the existing database. Activities included: Collection of data on defined agricultural machinery and equipment; Collection of data on prices of machinery and equipment, as well […] Read More


Adriatic Bridge Partners has invested in the largest energy project in the Western Balkans

Adriatic Bridge Partners has officially become a minority shareholder of the first phase of one of the largest energy projects currently being implemented in the Western Balkans region. The total value of the investment (in all phases) is projected at around 1 billion euros, and the preparatory works of the first phase are planned to be completed by the end of 2021. The project includes the production of energy from renewable sources with a total […] Read More


Global Innovation Index 2020

According to the Global Innovation index 2020 report, realized on September 2 by the World Intellectual Property Organization, three out of six the Western Balkans countries made a progress, one country ranked lower, one country kept the same position, and one country wasn’t included. Global Innovation Index 2020 presenting the global innovation trends of 131 economies. The aim of the report is to show the annual ranking of the world’s economies on innovation capacity and […] Read More

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Investment plan in energy sector in Montenegro

In the coming period, significant investments are planned in the energy sector in Montenegro. Out of the total package of socio-economic measures, for the period of the next five years, investments in the energy sector are expected of around 734 million euros. This amount will include investments in new sources, revitalization of existing infrastructure, but also investments in small hydropower plants. It is estimated that, of the total amount, about 350 million euros will be […] Read More