1 November 2015 – Welcome address of the Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković at the opening ceremony of Days of State Prosecutors of Montenegro - The state prosecution organization of Montenegro welcomes Days of State Prosecutors in a more organized, more equipped, more self-confident and more vigorous manner, being more determined to come to grips with challenges during the exercise of jurisdiction prescribed by the Constitution and Law. In the period behind us, figuratively speaking, we showed that our pan on the goddess Justitia's scales weighs heavily. In the period ahead of us, it will far outweigh. It will be achieved through the reform, as a change in the form of functioning, but it must be followed by transformation, as a change of essence, or by increasing each prosecutor's awareness of the importance of his/her social role.
3 November 2014 - Address of welcome of the Supreme State Prosecutor on the occasion of the celebration of the “Days of State Prosecutors” in Becici, on November 1, 2014.
15 October 2014 THE SUPREME STATE PROSECUTOR ELECTED - At the first session of the second regular sitting of the Parliament of Montenegro held on 7 October 2014, Ivica Stanković, a judge of the Supreme Court, was elected as the Supreme State Prosecutor, winning three- fifths of votes in the second round. The election of the Supreme Court Prosecutor was conducted in compliance with the Constitutional Amendments after the hearing with the competent working body in the Parliament on the proposal of the Prosecutorial Council, upon the announced public invitation.
16 October 2014 – Meeting held between the General Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Serge Brammertz and the Supreme Public Prosecutor Ivica Stankovic As early as the second day after the election of the Supreme Public Prosecutor on 9 October 2014, the Prosecutor Ivica Stankovic met Serge Brammerz, the General Prosecutor of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Inter alia the subject was about mutual cooperation between Tribunal Prosecutor Offices and Montenegrin institutions. War crime cases which were prosecuted or are being prosecuted before the judicial authorities of Montenegro were the subject of the conversation as well. Special emphasis was put on the need for strengthening of the capacity of prosecutors and judges in Montenegro, including the educational programme on the international humanitarian right with the engagement of international experts. The importance of cooperation among judicial authorities of the states in the region was emphasized as well.