Sorin Cosoveanu writes that the new Petnjica commune, split from Berane, will begin operation on 2014-01-01. I have added it to the table.
The latest version of the FIPS standard is called "Geopolitical Entities and Codes", published in 2010-04. It assigns new FIPS codes to the communes of Montenegro.
ISO 3166-1 Newsletter V-12, dated 2006-09-26, announces the splitting of Serbia and Montenegro into two countries. ISO 3166-2 Newsletter I-8, published on 2007-04-17, has ISO codes for the municipalities of Montenegro. They are shown in the table below.
FIPS 10-4 Change Notice 11, dated 2006-07-11, assigned new FIPS codes to Serbia and Montenegro as separate countries.
Montenegro was an independent kingdom at the start of the 20th century. It was annexed to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes when the latter was formed on 1918-12-01. The unified country's name became Yugoslavia in 1929. After the fall of Communism, Yugoslavia gradually split up into its former constituent republics. Montenegro was the last to split from Serbia in 2006.
Italian calque of Serbian crna: black, gora: mountain
Montenegro is divided into 22 opštini (communes, or municipalities).
Montenegro inherited a system of five-digit postal codes from Yugoslavia. In Montenegro, the codes all begin with '8'.
Montenegro has no islands of any significance. Its largest two, Ada Bojana in the Adriatic Sea and Vranjina in Lake Skadar, are each under 5 km.². It has a short land border with Croatia.
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ME.BE, 2011 population 33,970, area 717 km.˛).
Note: The figures first published for the 2003 census were later revised downward. According to source , the Montenegro Statistical Office recalculated the census figures in 2004, eliminating citizens living abroad. The recalculated figures are shown in the "2003 fixed" column. Those data were taken from Wikipedia. Sources for other columns: 1961 - ; 2003 - ; 1991 and 2011 - .
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