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No, Montenegro and Serbia are two separated countries.

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Serbia is not a part of Montenegro anymore. They separated. The capital of Serbia is Belgrade. The capital of Montenegro is Podgorica. They are to separate countries. While they were one country the capital was Belgrade. In montenegro they are "crnogorci" in Serbia they are "Srbi" two different countries.

Before 2006, Montenegro and Serbia was one country. However, Montenegro held a referendum in 2006 that was narrowly passed. At the moment they are two separate countries.

Slovenia, Croatia, Boznia-Hertzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia were parts of Yugoslavia.

Serbia was a part of Yugoslavia at one time.

yugoslavia was montenegro, serbia, kosovo, macedonia, croatia, slovenia, bosnia & herzegovina all roled up into one. then one by one they each declared independance and yugoslavia no longer exist. I was born and lived in montenegro for 3 years.

In 1991-92, The former Yugoslavia broke up. Croatia was one of the countries that was then formed. In 2003, the remaining Yugoslavia changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro.

Serbia used to be called Yugoslavia but after the war that occured in 1990's, the religions separated all the countries forming a single name. Serbia and Montenegro were one country for awhile but they separated into two a couple years back

Albania,Republic of Kosovo,Macedonia,Montenegro,Serbia,Bosnia&Herzegovina,Kroacia, Grece,Bulgaria,(one part of) Rumania.

The capital of Yugoslavia was Belgrade.Yugoslavia no longer exists as a country. Belgrade is now the capital of Serbia, one of 6 countries that were formed following the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1992. The countries derived from the former Yugoslavia are:Bosnia whose capital in SarajevoCroatia, capital ZagrebFormer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, capital SkopjeMontenegro, capital PodgoricaSerbia, capital BelgradeSlovenia, capital LjubljanaThe nations that emerged from the Bosnian war were : Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Two more countries have since been formed, as three have been created from the previous country of Serbia and Montenegro, these being Montenegro, Kosovo, and Serbia).However, when it was a nation, the federal capital of Yugoslavia was Belgrade (now the capital of Serbia). There were also 7 other capitals which were the capitals of autonomous republics and provinces inside the country, they include: Ljubljana (Slovenia), Pristina (Kosovo), Novi Sad (Vojvodina; not a modern day country, is a part of Serbia), Skopje (FYROM), Zagreb (Croatia), and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Serbia was also an autonomous republic, but it held the federal capital of Belgrade; the provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina were also a part of the Socialist Republic of Serbia.

Costa Rica, Kenya, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Thailand, Virgin Islands, Venezuela. All of these countries were represented by one athlete at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. The country of Serbia and Montenegro, which sent 6 athletes to the 2006 Winter Games, no longer exists. The union between the two states ended in 2006 and now there are two sovereign states (Serbia, Montenegro). Serbia sent 10 athletes to compete in the 2010 Games and Montenegro sent 1.

Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia declared independence in 1991 while Serbia and Montenegro (officially one country) formed in 1992. Montenegro got its independence in 2006 from Serbia. They are now 2 separate countries which means Yugoslavia was made up of 6 different countries.

Bulgaria's economy is collapsing. It's one of the poorest countries in Europe ( Such as Serbia, Albania, Montenegro )

Serbian army occupied Montenegro and made in next 10 years one of the worst torture in Europe. Montenegrin started battle but they did not successive.

Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) declared independence in 1991 while Serbia and Montenegro (officially one country) formed in 1992.

Beside Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia & Montenegro were involved too, which inputs that this was not a Civil war. Actually it was aggression of other two countries on one independent country accepted by UN and EU.

The country of Montenegro has one time zone. It's in the Central European Time Zone. Montenegro observes daylight saving time [known as summer time in Europe].

The war in what was Jugoslavia involved Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia. The end of the war saw Bosnia's country and people torn apart. Perhaps Croatia and Serbia both fared better but neither could be declared a winner. As the country was broken into its smaller constituents, each one had losses to cope with and a vast amount of rebuilding.After the fighting died down, Serbia (or rather Milosevic and his close political allies) was judged to be theaggressor. International sanctions were imposed and the new state of Serbia and Montenegro was soon seen to be the poorest country in Europe.Later, Serbia began a campaign against Albanians in the region of Kosovo. The events lead to anintentionalresponse in which Nato planes destroyed large parts of the Serbian transport and communications infra-structure, leaving it in a worse state.Although few would consider any country to be a winner in the Jugoslav conflicts, perhaps Serbia will always be considered the ultimate loser.

Bulgaria is a European country in the south-western part of Europe. It is accessible through Romania, Serbia, and Macedonia. To the south of it is the Black Sea.

Kosovo is Serbia of course no one can take your property from you!

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no one they were a country, they thought of Russia as the mother land but they were not ruled by anyone. Parts of the Austro Hungarian empire wanted to become part of Serbia.

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Yugoslavia no longer exists. As of 2010 there are SEVEN countries that were once part of Yugoslavia. They are Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Kosovo. Of these countries only THREE use the Euro, they are Slovenia, Kosovo and Montenegro. Croatia uses the Kuna, Serbia the Dinar, Macedonia the Denar and BiH the Mark. While most people will take Euros in all the countries, expect to get an exaggerated exchange rate. Also some people have run into trouble exchanging certain currencies in certain countries. One Traveling in the region should be aware of that.

Republic of Kosovo leadership has stated publicly, that their policy towards Serbia is one of good neighbouring relationship and as it goes through its own path towards the EU, it does hope and support Serbia in becoming a part of the EU also.

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