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UPDATED: 07:48, June 16, 2006
Serbia recognizes Montenegro's independence
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The Serbian government recognized Montenegro as an independent country on Thursday.

Conditions have been set for the Serbian government to recognize, on behalf of the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Montenegro and to establish diplomatic relations, which will contribute to the development of friendly and good-neighborly relations, the Serbian government said.

Montenegro declared independence on June 3 following the referendum on May 21, when 55.5 percent of its citizens voted to split from the state union with Serbia.

On June 8, Iceland took the lead in recognizing Montenegro's independence. Many European countries, along with the United States, followed suit.

The Serbian government has also instructed the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Sports to prepare necessary documents for Montenegrin citizens with residence in Serbia to gain citizenship of the Republic of Serbia, and Montenegrin students in Serbian universities to have equal status as Serbian citizens.

Source: Xinhuaome a platform for regional cooperation and it will grow into a major force for maintaining peace and promoting development in the region.

Mongolian scholars have been closely watching the one-day SCO summit meeting and they hope the SCO's development will offer more chances for Mongolia's development, Chimedtseye said.

Meanwhile, scholars in Russia and Romania expressed their views over the SCO and its sixth summit.

In Moscow, Mikhail Titarenko, chief of the Far Eastern Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Science, said this year's summit of the regional organization has positive implications for the healthy development and stabilization of the situation in Central Asia.

In Bucharest, capital of Romania, Simona Haiduc, director of the International Department of the Curentul newspaper, described the summit as "very important."

Source: Xinhua


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