In May, Spajić received 1.906 euros, Pavićević 2.071, Đeljošaj 1.838, Šćekić 1.787, Koprivica 1.732, Bečić 1.721...

The head of Spajić's cabinet, Branko Krvavac, earned 1.404 euros, and his deputy, Tanja Musterović, 1.239 euros.

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From one of the previous sessions of the Government, Photo: Đorđe Cmiljanić/Government of Montenegro
From one of the previous sessions of the Government, Photo: Đorđe Cmiljanić/Government of Montenegro
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Prime Minister Milojko Spajić's salary in May amounted to 1.906 euros.

This is stated in the May earnings document published on the Government's website.

The highest salary for the past month was received by the Deputy Prime Minister for Labor, Education, Health and Social Affairs Srđan Pavićević (2.071), the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Minister of Economic Development Nik Đeljošaj earned 1.838 euros, the Deputy Prime Minister for Demography and Youth and the Minister of Sports and Youth Dragoslav Šćekić received 1.787 euros.

This is followed by Deputy Prime Minister for Political System, Justice and Anti-Corruption Momo Koprivica (1.732) and Deputy Prime Minister for Security, Internal Policy, European and Foreign Affairs Aleksa Bečić (1.721).

Secretary General of the Government Dragoljub Nikolić earned 1.599 euros, Milena Milović, advisor to the prime minister for economic policy, received 1.487 euros, and advisor for foreign policy Milica Perišić 1.478 euros.

The head of Spajić's cabinet Branko Krvavac earned 1.404 euros, and his deputy Tanja Musterović 1.239 euros.

earnings for May
photo: Printscreen/Government of Montenegro

Advisor to the Prime Minister - head of the Public Relations Service Jovana Bojović received 1.492 euros in salary, adviser to the Prime Minister for culture and media Vučić Ćetković 1.460 euros, media advisor Veliša Jovanović 1.433 euros, and advisor for communication with citizens Dušica Vuković 922 euros.

The Deputy General Secretary of the Government of Montenegro, Irena Vućić Popović, received 1.460 euros in salary.

Bečić's adviser Sandra Radević received 1.204 euros.

Digital media advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister for Security, Internal Policy, European and Foreign Affairs Božidar Radinović received 1.179 euros in salary, and Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister for Political System, Justice and Anti-corruption Hermin Šabotić received 1.174 euros.

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