Where can I find statements made by Montenegro during the General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly?
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Representatives of Montenegro have delivered statements at the following General Debates of the General Assembly:

74th sess. [2019, 26 Sept.]: A/74/PV.8*: President Milo Đukanović

73rd sess. [2018, 28 Sept.]: A/73/PV.12*: Prime Minister Duško Marković

72nd sess. [2017, 20 Sept.]: A/72/PV.9*: President Filip Vujanović

71st sess. [2106, 21 Sept.]: A/71/PV.11*: Prime Minister Milo Ðukanović

2016, 19 Sept.: A/71/PV.4 B*: Prime Minister Milo Ðukanović (High-level Plenary Meeting on Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants)

70th sess. [2015, 1 Oct.]: A/70/PV.22*: President Filip Vujanović

69th sess. [2014, 24 Sept.]: A/69/PV.7*: President Filip Vujanović

68th sess. [2013]: A/68/PV.16*: Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic

67th sess. [2012, 29 Sept.]: A/67/PV.18: Nebojsa Kaludjerovic

66th sess. [2011, 24 Sept.]: A/66/PV.22*: Prime Minister Igor Lukšić

65th sess. [2010, 24 Sept.]: A/65/PV.15*: President Filip Vujanović

2010, 20 Sept.: A/65/PV.3: Deputy Prime Minister Igor Lukšić (High-level Plenary Meeting on the Millennium Development Goals)

64th sess. [2009, 25 Sept.]: A/64/PV.8*: Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic

63rd sess. [2008, 26 Sept.]: A/63/PV.11*: President Filip Vujanovic

62nd sess. [2007, 28 Sept.]: A/62/PV.10*: Prime Minister Zeljko Sturanovic

61st sess. [2006, 20 Sept.]: A/61/PV.12*: President Milo Djukanovic


Note: An asterisk [*] indicates a statement made by a Head of State or Government or a dignitary. Symbols in parentheses indicates right of reply. Symbols where no session information is given indicates that the statement was delivered during a High Level Meeting.


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