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Serbia and Montenegro consisted of two republics, Serbia with its capital in Belgrade and Montenegro with its capital in Podgorica.

Serbia

Main article: Subdivisions of Serbia

Serbia had two autonomous provinces (autonomna pokrajina / аутономна покрајина):

The part of Serbia that was in neither (often called "Central Serbia") was not a province and had no special status. It had no capital nor a governing body.

Independently of this division, Serbia was further divided into 29 districts (okrug / округ) and the city of Belgrade. Each of districts (and the city) was further divided into municipalities (општина / opština).

Montenegro

Main article: Municipalities of Montenegro

Montenegro was divided into 21 municipalities (opština / општина).

See also

  • Republics of Serbia and Montenegro
    Republics of Serbia and Montenegro
  • Autonomous provinces of Serbia and Montenegro
    Autonomous provinces of Serbia and Montenegro