15 October 2019
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Today, Montenegro celebrates Statehood Day, commemorating the day when it was recognised as an independent country at the Berlin Congress on 13 July 1878. It also celebrates Montenegrin uprising against fascism in the World War II which took place on 13 July 1941. Some Montenegrins view the uprising as the beginning of the national liberation struggle in a restoration of Montenegro’s independence, which was abolished in 1918 after it became a part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

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