What is the capital of Serbia montenegro?
Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. Podgorica is the capital and largest city of Montenegro.
The federation of Serbia and Montenegro, originally officially theFederal Republic of Yugoslavia and later the State Union of Serbiaand Montenegro, existed from 1992 to 2006. …Its capital wasBelgrade. In 2006, Montenegro declared its independence and becamea separate independent nation. The capital city of Serbia is Belgrade. Belgrade's population is1.21 million (as of 2009) and is also the largest city in theformer Yugoslavia. The capital of Montenegro is Podgorica.
Before 2006, Montenegro and Serbia was one country. However,Montenegro held a referendum in 2006 that was narrowly passed. Atthe moment they are two separate countries.
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It was made into Yugoslavia after WW1
May 21st, 2006
There is no place called Serbia & Montenegro. Between 1998 and 2006 there was a country called Serbia & Montenegro but since 2006, when Montenegro declared independence, they …have been 2 separate countries - Serbia and Montenegro. Postal codes depend on which city you are posting to.
Adriatic Sea is West of Montenegro.
Yes they do hunt.
they are countries for them selves
There is no more Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro are two separate states since the year 2006th (after the Montenegrins have restored their sovereignty - referendum of indepe…ndency).
Politics. Because like Croatia, they wanted to make a new country, new language and new flag as kosovo is trying and when they split up it was the saddest day for serbians in …montenegro. people were crying for weeks.
Montenegro declared independance from serbia on 3. june 2006.
Serbia is a democracy. Montenegro is a Republic.
serbia did NOT break off of montenegro. montenegro broke off of serbia because they treated us badly, like children. after the war we declared independence. i was born during …the war it was the scarriest thing in my life
Serbia and Montenegro were formed when the Czech Republic wassplit.
From 1918-1991 they were part of state know simply as Yugoslavia.