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THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
Republic of Serbia recognized Montenegro as an independent and sovereign state on 15 June 2006. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on 22 June 2006.
Since the proclamation of Montenegrin independence contacts at the highest level have been maintained.
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović paid an official visit to the Republic of Serbia from 18 to 20 May 2009.
Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Mirko Cvetković met with the Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Đukanović on 01 October 2008 in Podgorica.
Following the constitution of newly elected democratic Government in Serbia in July 2008, the first official bilateral visit of the Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić was to Podgorica on 9 July 2008.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Milan Roćen paid an official visit to Serbia on 7 September 2007.
Speaker of the Serbian Parliament Oliver Dulić officially visited Podgorica on 13 July 2007.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Vuk Jeremić officially visited Montenegro on 6 July 2007.
President of the Republic of Serbia Boris Tadić officially visited Montenegro on 27 May and 26 June 2006.
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović paid an official visit to the Republic of Serbia on 30 May 2006.
Montenegro and Serbia are important foreign trade partners: Serbia ranks first in the overall Montenegro's foreign trade, whilst Montenegro ranks third in Serbia's overall foreign trade exchange.
Three interstate agreements on legal help and Memorandum on cooperation between two Ministries of Justice was signed on 29 May 2009 in Podgorica. Negotiations regarding the Agreement on dual citizenship which had begun on 1 October 2008 are underway.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, through its Diplomatic Consular network provides consular services to Montenegrin citizens in those states where Montenegro does not have its own representation, in accordance with the Memorandum on provisions of consular protection and services to citizens of Montenegro in Diplomatic Consular Missions of the Republic of Serbia, which came into force on 13 February 2007. Consular consultations between the representatives of Montegerin and Serbian Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Ministries of Interior were held on 23 March 2008 in Podgorica.
Both states articulated their strong interest in intensifying cooperation in the field of maritime, railway and road transport. Revitalization of railway Bar-Belgrade, construction of highway Bar-Boljare connecting Montenegro and Serbia and building of modern border crossings will notably strengthen relations between Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia. Agreement on Border Control in Railway Transport was signed on 9 March 9 2009. Agreement on Transport of Passengers and Goods in International Road Transport was initialed on 13 February 2009.
In 2008, 412 886 tourists from Serbia visited Montenegro and 2.87 million overnight stays were registered.
In 2007, 389 482 tourists from Serbia visited Montenegro and 2.64 million overnight stays were registered.