Montenegro's independence is recognized under international treaties.
After World War I, Montenegro becomes part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. It is renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929.
Montenegro becomes one of the republics in the new Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Following the breakup of the Yugoslav federation in 1989, Montenegro joins Serbia in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Montenegro adopts the Euro as its currency.
Montenegro declares independence and Serbia’s parliament responds by declaring the Republic of Serbia as the continuity of the state union.
Admitted to the IMF and the World Bank.