Montenegrins of Slovenia

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Slovenian Montenegrins (Montenegrin: Slovenački Crnogorci) are a national minority in Slovenia.

According to the 2002 Slovenian census there are 2,667 ethnic Montenegrins in Slovenia[1]


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  1. ^ Official Results of Slovenia census 2002, Staticistal Office of the Republic of Slovenia

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