Montenegro and Bosnia to sign border and dual citizenship agreement

Montenegrin President, Filip Vujanovic, announced that his country will sign agreements on border and dual citizenship with Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The President of Montenegro met his Bosnian counterpart on Sunday at UNESCO’s Summit of Heads of State in South East Europe, held in Mostar (the southwest of Bosnia).

After this meeting, Vujanovic said that the border and dual citizenship agreement with Bosnia was being finalized and would be the first time for two former Yugoslav republics.

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