|Montenegro declared its independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro on June 3, 2006, following a peaceful referendum process. Montenegro is a small Balkan country currently undergoing significant political and economic change. Tourist facilities are widely available but vary in quality and some may not be up to Western standards.|
INFORMATION on terms under which foreigners can enter and stay in the Republic of Montenegro Foreigners’ entrance and stay in the Republic of Montenegro are regulated by: 1.Decision on the Abolishment of the Visas for the Entry and Stay in Serbia and Montenegro (“Official Gazette of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro”, No 2, from May 30, 2003); 2.Decision on terms under which foreigners can enter and stay in the Republic of Montenegro (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro”, No 36, from June 3, 2004); 1.In compliance with the Decision on Abolishment of the Visas for the Entry and Stay in Serbia and Montenegro, it is possible for the citizens of the following countries to enter and stay up to 90 days, with any type of traveling documents: Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Island, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Vatican, Andorra, San Marino, Israel, Cyprus, Malta, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Croatia, United States of America, Canada, Singapore, Republic of Korea, Australia and New Zealand. The citizens of Albania, Russian Federation and Ukraine may enter and stay on the territory of the Republic of Montenegro only for tourist visits up to 30 days with all types of traveling documents. The citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia may enter and stay up to 30 days on the territory of the Republic of Montenegro with a personal ID card, along with a tourist pass issued at border crossings. Decision on terms under which foreigners can enter and stay in the Republic of Montenegro stipulates that citizens of European Union member states (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Malta, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Cyprus and Poland) can enter and stay in the Republic of Montenegro with their identity cards. The citizens of other countries need visas except in cases of having special bilateral agreements on visa regime. However, according to the previous announcements, it is possible to issue a visa or a tourist pass at the Republic of Montenegro border crossings, but only in cases of direct entrance on the territory of the Republic of Montenegro.
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