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Macedonians in Montenegro

Macedonians in Montenegro
Македонци во Црна Гора
Makedonci u Crnoj Gori
Македонци у Црној Гори
Total population
Primarily Macedonian and Montenegrin
predominantly Macedonian Orthodox Church; all other Religion in the Republic of Macedonia

The Macedonians in Montenegro form a small minority in the country. The last official census showed that there are 900 Macedonians in Montenegro.[1] According to the Macedonian associations in Montenegro there are about 2000 Macedonians living in Montenegro.[2]

History of the Macedonians in Montenegro

A small Macedonian population had existed in Montenegro since the early 1900s. By 1948 only 133 Macedonians remained in Montenegro, this number rose to 875 in 1981. 1,072 Macedonians were counted in the 1991 Yugoslav Census, this number had fallen to 819 by 2003. Macedonian was the mother language of 507 people. The Macedonians were concentrated in Podgorica, Herceg Novi and Tivat. There are estimated 2500 Macedonians in Montenegro today. The two countries are mostly the same kinds of territories because of vicinity and are tied together.


The two main organizations of the Macedonians in Montenegro are the Association of Montenegrin-Macedonian Friendship and the National Community of Macedonians in Montenegro, which was established in 2006.[2]

The National Community of Macedonians aims to make the Macedonian language more popular in Montenegro and to help Macedonians integrate better into the Montenegrin system and market.[3]


  1. ^ a b Montenegrin 2011 census
  2. ^ a b c President Ivanov meets representatives of Macedonian community in Montenegro Macedonian Information Agency. 03-11-2010
  3. ^ Претседателот Иванов се сретна со македонската заедница во Црна Гора Macedonian Information Agency. 03-11-2010
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