Embassies and consulates of Montenegro and visa regimes for foreign citizens
Embassy od Montenegro in the Republic of Austria
Nationals of Austria may enter, pass through the territory of and stay in Montenegro up to 90 days, with a valid travel document, without a visa.
Nationals of Austria may enter, pass through the territory of and stay in Montenegro up to 30 days, without a visa, with a valid identity card issued by the competent authority of Austria.
Montenegro and Austria have excellent cooperation and dynamic political dialogue. Austria strongly supports Montenegro's European integration, both through the provision of direct technical support and through raising awareness among other EU members about the importance of strengthening enlargement policy.
Austria officially recognized Montenegro on June 12, 2006. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on July 12, 2006, while Montenegro is currently represented in the Republic of Austria at the level of Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Austria to Montenegro is Mr. Karl Michael Müller (assumed duty on October 26, 2021).
The Honorary Consul of Montenegro in Eisenstadt is Mr. Karl Fink, while Mr. Reindl Hubert is the Honorary Consul in Innsbruck.
The Honorary Consul of the Republic of Austria, based in Budva, is Mr. Milan Mrvaljević.
Delegation of the Government of Montenegro led by the Prime Minister Mr. Zdravko Krivokapić participated in the Austria-Western Balkans Summit in Vienna on June 18th 2021.
Prime Minister of Montenegro Mr. Duško Marković paid an official visit to Vienna at the invitation of Chancellor, Mr. Sebastian Kurz on April 9th 2019.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Srđan Darmanović paid a working visit to Austria and had talks with the Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs Mr. Sebastian Kurz on 20th April 2017.
President of the Austrian National Council Mr. Wolfgang Sobotka paid an official visit to Montenegro on November 28th 2018.
Austrian Chancellor Mr. Sebastian Kurz paid a working visit to Montenegro on the occasion of the opening of the annual conference "Balkans and the European Union - the five-year cycle of the Berlin Process" on October 25th 2018.
Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs of Austria Ms. Karin Kneisl paid an official visit to Montenegro on October 5th 2018.
Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs of Austria Mr. Sebastian Kurz paid an official visit to Montenegro on February 10th 2016.
Trade exchange in the period January-October 2021 amounted to 28.9 million euros (imports 27 million euros, exports 1.9 million euros). Trade in 2020 amounted to EUR 51.69 million (exports amounted to EUR 10.62 million, while imports amounted to EUR 41.07 million). In 2019, trade amounted to EUR 50.17 million (exports amounted to EUR 3.08 million, while imports amounted to EUR 47.09 million). In 2018, it amounted to 53.1 million euros.
Direct investments in the period January-October 2021 amounted to 14.2 million euros. In 2020, they amounted to 9.44 million euros, while in 2019 they amounted to 6.7 million euros. In 2018, they amounted to 10.4 million euros.
In the period January - October 2021, Montenegro was visited by 6,217 tourists from Austria who spent 21,439 nights (collective accommodation). In 2020, Montenegro was visited by 1,189 Austrian tourists, who spent 3,339 nights. In 2019, Montenegro was visited by 23,647 tourists, who spent 73,413 nights. During 2018, Montenegro was visited by 24,624 Austrian tourists who spent 59,722 nights