Our Montenegrin translation team consists of
Montenegrin is the name given to the Ijekavian-Štokavian dialect spoken in Montenegro. It is recognized as a specific language and is the official language of the country, although some Serbs regard it to be a variant of the Serbian language. As of 2003, when the most recent census took place, there were an estimated 144,838 native speakers of Montenegrin, accounting for about 22% of the population of Montenegro. At that time, Montenegro was still united with Serbia. However, the actual number might be a matter of semantics, as in the previous census in 1991, 82.97% of Montenegro residents had declared themselves as speakers of Serbo-Croatian, what was then the official language. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, organizations promoting Montenegrin as a distinct language surfaced. Since 2004, the Montenegrin and European academic and literary community has been slowly promoting the idea of reinstituting the Montenegrin language to the public. In that year, the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro introduced the term to usage. Finally, in October 2007, the new Constitution established Montenegrin as the official language of Montenegro.
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(ME), (RS), Banja Luka (BA), Bihac (BA), Bijeljina (BA), Brcko (BA), Jajce (BA), Mostar (BA), Sarajevo (BA), Tuzla (BA), Visegrad (BA), Visoko (BA),