India–Montenegro relations

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India-Montenegro relations
Map indicating locations of India and Montenegro



The Republic of India officially recognized Montenegro on August 2, 2006, when they established diplomatic relations between the two countries.[1] India is represented in Montenegro through its embassy in Vienna, Austria. India also has an honorary consulate in Podgorica[2]

Economic relations[edit]

In 2012, the total trade between the two countries amounted to 7,054,099 euros.[3]

See also[edit]

Template:Foreign relations of Montenegro


  1. Ministry of Foreign Relations of Montenegro (in Montenegrin only)
  2. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India
  3. Ministry of Foreign Relations of Montenegro (in Montenegrin only)
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