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Germany–Montenegro relations

German-Montenegrin relations
Map indicating locations of Germany and Montenegro

Germany

Montenegro

German-Montenegrin relations are foreign relations between Germany and Montenegro. Both countries established diplomatic relations on June 14, 2006. Germany has an embassy in Podgorica. Montenegro has an embassy in Berlin and a general consulate in Frankfurt.

In 1997 the German Bundeswehr used the Podgorica Airport for the Operation Libelle, which led to the first skirmish of German forces since World War II. Today German and Montenegrin soldiers serve together in Afghanistan.[1]

Montenegro introduced the D-Mark as their currency in 1999 - today Montenegro has the German Euro. German state-owned GTZ advises the Montenegrin ministry for economy.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://davidnoack.net/v2/2010/03/hilfstruppen/
  2. ^ http://davidnoack.net/v2/2010/03/hilfstruppen/

External links

  • German Federal Foreign Office about relations with Montenegro
  • German embassy in Podgorica (in German and Serbian only)
  • Montenegro embassy in Berlin


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