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Montenegro's President Filip Vujanovic will arrive in Turkey on Tuesday on a formal visit.
Vujanovic will visit the country as the guest of Turkish President Abdullah Gul, the Turkish Presidency's press center announced on Monday.
This will be the first formal presidential level visit of a Montenegrin leader to Turkey since Montenegro declared its independence in 2006. Turkish President Gul paid a visit to Montenegro in December 2009.
Montenegro took over the rotating presidency of South-East European Cooperation Process from Turkey during the summit meeting in Istanbul on June 23, 2010.
The two leaders will discuss bilateral relations, which are developing rapidly between Turkey and Montenegro, cooperation opportunities, as well as regional and international problems.
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