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Kosovo-Montenegro demarcation agreement came into effect

Kosovo Assembly; Photo: Kosovo Assembly

PRISTINA – The demarcation agreement between Kosovo and Montenegro has come into effect on June 4, according to Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“The ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to Montenegro, Skënder Durmishi, handed over to director for international legal issues, the note verbale notifying the Montenegrin party that Kosovo has carried out the internal legal procedure necessary for enforcement of State Border Agreement between the two countries, signed in Vienna on August 26, 2015,” according to Montenegro’s Radio and Television, RTCG.

The demarcation agreement was ratified in Kosovo at the end of March this year after three years of delays and disagreements. Montenegro has previously ratified the agreement at the end of December 2015.

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