Israel-Montenegro ties of friendship

Delegates from the tiny Balkan state tour the Holy Land in an official visit.

By CARRIE HART
June 19, 2014 12:37
Israel Museum

A High-level delegation from Montenegro and its Israeli counterpart visit the Israel Museum.. (photo credit: CARRIE HART)

 
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Montenegro is a small country tucked away within the Balkan states, between Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania, with a coast that runs along the Adriatic Sea.

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