Israel, Montenegro sign visa agreement

Israel, Montenegro sign

September 17, 2009 15:33

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and his Montenegrin counterpart Milan Rocen have signed a deal abolishing visas for citizens of one country visiting the other. They signed the agreement Thursday in Podgorica. They said the deal will help boost economic and other ties. He said that Israel is interested in investing in the Montenegrin tourism industry. Lieberman has also traveled to Croatia and Serbia as part of his tour of the Balkans.

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