Building the community and developing the eco-system takes time and collaboration, but the early results of such initiatives are now visible beyond Croatia’s borders. DNA Croatia President Jan de Jong was in Montenegro last week, where he shared this fantastic update on LinkedIN – an imminent digital nomad visa for Montenegro.
BREAKING – #Montenegro will follow into Croatia’s footsteps as it plans to introduce a Digital Nomad Visa by beginning of 2022
I would like to thank Minister Tamara Srzentić MS MBA & State Secretary Marina Banovic – from the Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media in Montenegro – for supporting legislative changes, turning Montenegro into a digital nomad welcoming country.
It’s amazing to see how you recognize the opportunity of opening your borders to #DigitalNomads. Thank you for your support to make this a reality.
I strongly believe that the entire Adriatic region can benefit from becoming a hotspot for remote work professionals – and this region has all ingredients to make that happen.
It’s an honor and true pleasure to be part of this process. Step by step, we are moving forward to a more sustainable region.
Milovan Novakovic MRICS – thank you for all your efforts and facilitating this meeting.
Montenegro – I applaud you for your progress
Regards from Podgorica,
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Jan is pictured with co-architects of the visa (from left to right) – Milovan Novaković, Minister Tamara Srzentić, and State Secretary Marina Banovic. Both are from the Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media in Montenegro.