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Denmark–Montenegro relations


Denmark–Montenegro relations

Danish–Montenegrin relations
Map indicating locations of Denmark and Montenegro



Denmark – Montenegro relations refers to the current and historical relations between Denmark and Montenegro. Denmark is represented in Montenegro through its embassy in Belgrade, Serbia,[1] and have an honorary consulate in Podgorica.[2] Montenegro is represented in Denmark through its embassy in Belgrade, Serbia. Denmark recognized Montenegro on 15 June 2006 and diplomatic relations were established same day.[3] Denmark assists Montenegro under the Neighborhood Programme. The assistance focuses on agricultural production.[4] Both countries have signed an agreement about protection of investments.[5]

Denmark supports Montenegro in the European Union. Danish Foreign Minister stressed: " Denmark supports [the] integration of the Western Balkan countries which would result in a more safe and a more united Europe, as well as that it would continue arguing for the principle of individual assessment of the countries which aspire to become members of the EU."[6]

See also


  1. ^ Government of Denmark. "Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Serbia and Montenegro".  
  2. ^ Government of Montenegro. "Diplomatic mission to Montenegro: Denmark".  
  3. ^ Government Of Denmark. "Dates of Recognition and Establishment of Diplomatic Relations".  
  4. ^ Government of Denmark. "Danish assistance to Montenegro under the Neighbourghood Programme". Retrieved 16 April 2011. 
  5. ^ "Agreement between Denmark and Montenegro concerning the promotion and reciprocal protection of investments". Retrieved 16 April 2011. 
  6. ^ "Press release". Retrieved 11 December 2011. 
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