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Montenegro


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    • Crna Gora
    • Chernogorii͡a
    • Montenegro (Kingdom)
    • Knjaževina Crna Gora
    • Socijalistička Republika Crna Gora
    • Republika Crna Gora
    • Republic of Montenegro
    • Mali i Zi
    • Černá Hora
    • Muntenegru
    • Karadağ
    • Melnkalne
    • Juodkalnija
    • Svartfjallaland
    • Socialist Republic of Montenegro
    • People's Republic of Montenegro
    • Црна Гора
    • Чарнагорыя
    • Charnahoryi͡a
    • Черна гора
    • Cherna gora
    • Черногория
    • Чорногорія
    • Chornohorii͡a
    • Jabal al-Aswad
    • جبل الأسود
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    • found: Its Opšti imovinski zakonik za knjaževinu Crnu Goru, 1888:t.p. (Knjaževinu Crnu Goru)
    • found: BGN. For. names decisions, 06-04-92:p. 11 (former entry: Crna Gora [brief], Socijalistička Republika: ADM1; current BGN-approved entry: Crna Gora [brief], Socijalistička Republika [Serbocroatian]; Montenegro [conventional]: ADM1, 42°30ʹN, 19°18ʹE)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., 15 Oct. 1992:p. 8 (former name: Crna Gora [brief], Socijalistička Republika [Serbocroatian]; Montenegro [conventional]; ADM1; new name: Montenegro [conventional]; Crna Gora [Serbocroatian]; PCL, 42°30ʹN, 19°18ʹE) p. iv (Serbia and Montenegro have asserted the formation of a joint independent state, but this entity has not been formally recognized as a state by the U.S.)
    • found: Foreign names information bulletin, Feb. 28, 2001(former name: Crna Gora [Serbocroatian]; Montenegro [conventional]--PCL, 42°30ʹN 19°18ʹE; new name: Crna Gora [short form], Republika [Serbocroatioan]; Republic of Montenegro [conventional] [Montenegro = conventional short form]--AMD1, 42°30ʹN 19°18ʹE (YI01))
    • found: Wikipedia, June 3, 2006(Montenegro (Serbian: Crna Gora) is the newest independent country in the world. After a referendum of independence on May 21, 2006, Montenegro declared independence on June 3, 2006; Mali i Zi (Albanian), Černá Hora (Czech), Muntenegru (Romanian), Karadağ (Turkish), Melnkalne (Latvian), Juodkalnija (Lithuanian), Svartfjallaland (Icelandic)) June 27, 2006 (The first state to recognise Montenegro was Iceland, on June 8, 2006, followed by Switzerland and Estonia on June 9, and Russia on June 11. The European Union and the United States recognised Montenegro on June 12, as have various member states of the EU and other European countries. The United Kingdom formally extended recognition on June 13, as did the People's Republic of China and France on June 14, meaning that all five permanent United Nations Security Council members recognise the government of Montenegro. Serbia, the other former component of the State Union, recognised Montenegro on June 15) Aug. 25, 2008 (Црна Гора, Crna Gora; Belarusian: Чарнагорыя; Bulgarian: Черна гора; Russian: Черногория: Ukrainian: Чорногорія)
    • found: Yahoo! news, June 3, 2006(Montenegro's parliament declared independence from Serbia June 3, 2006, forming Europe's newest country; the proclamation formally ended the Serbia-Montenegro union; the new country will immediately apply for admission into the United Nations and other international organizations)
    • found: GEOnet, Nov. 29, 2006(Montenegro [short form], Republic of [conventional]; Crna Gora [short form], Republika [Serbian]--PCLI, 42°30ʹN 19°18ʹE, variants: Montenegro, Socialist Republic of; Montenegro, People's Republic of; MJ00) May 31, 2018 (Montenegro (conventional); Crna Gora (approved); Црна Гора (non-roman script) = Crna Gora; variants: Republika Crna Gora; People's Republic of Montenegro; Republic of Montenegro; Socialist Republic of Montenegro; independent political entity; 42ґ4500N, 019ґ1500E (42.75, 19.25))
    • found: ʻUbūdī, M.b.N. al-Qawl al-mujassad min al-jawlah fī al-Jabal al-Aswad, aw, Jawlah khāṭifah fī Jumhūrīyat al-Jabal al-Aswad, 2013:t.p. (الجبل الأسود = al-Jabal al-Aswad)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Includes old catalog heading: Montenegro (Federated Republic, 1945- )]
    • [Montenegro is a valid hdg. for the period from 1888 when it was known as a kingdom. For 1946-1991, one of the six republics of Yugoslavia. After 1991 until 2003 treated provisionally as one of the two component entities of Yugoslavia. From 2003, treated as one of the two component entities of Serbia and Montenegro. After May 2006 as an independent republic]
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  • Change Notes

    • 1981-04-16: new
    • 2018-06-15: revised
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