Montenegrins of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Montenegrins in Bosnia and Herzegovina are an officially recognised national minority. The 1991 census counted 10,071 ethnic Montenegrins, which were severely reduced to 1,883 in the 2013 census, with many of them now identifying as either Orthodox Serb or Catholic Croat with Montenegrin origin.

Demographics[edit]

  • 1948 Census: 3,094 (0.1% of total population)
  • 1953 Census: 7,336 (0.3% of total population)
  • 1961 Census: 12,828 (0.4% of total population)
  • 1971 Census: 13,021 (0.3% of total population)
  • 1981 Census: 14,114 (0.3% of total population)
  • 1991 Census: 10,071
  • 2013 census: 7,150[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ethnic minorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina – current state, discrimination and safety issues". Retrieved 28 December 2017.