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Pod·go·ri·ca

 (pŏd′gə-rēt′sə)
The capital and largest city of Montenegro, in the southern part of the country near the Albanian border. From 1946 to 1992, it was known as Titograd.

Podgorica

(Serbian ˈpɔdɡɔˌriːtsa) or

Podgoritsa

n
(Placename) the capital of Montenegro: under Turkish rule (1474–1878). Pop: 230 000 (2005 est). Former name (1946–92): Titograd

Pod•go•ri•ca

(Serbo-Croatian. ˈpɔd gɔˌri tsɑ)

n.
the capital of Montenegro, in SW Yugoslavia. 132,290. Formerly (1945–92), Titograd.
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An unknown man threw a grenade at the US embassy in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, before blowing himself up with a second device, government officials have said, The Guardian reported.
Summary: Podgorica [Montenegro], Feb 22 (ANI): An unknown person hurled a hand grenade, at the United States embassy in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, before blowing himself up, the government officials said on Thursday.
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In the diplomatic reshuffle, former National Intelligence Organization (MyT) staffer Serhat Galip has been appointed to Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, the Cumhuriyet daily reported on Friday.
Visitors from Britain will be encouraged by the fact that budget airline Ryanair announced its first route from London Stansted to the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, from April 1.
Summary: The first meeting of the UAE-Montenegro Joint Economic Committee, which concluded in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, focused on laying the foundations for a new start of economic relations between the two countries in trade, agriculture, investment, food industries, transport, tourism and SMEs in particular.
Both countries are now NATO members Skopje is the capital of Macedonia and Podgorica the capital of Montenegro, both bordering Albania.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco's high commissioner for veterans and former members of the liberation army, El Mostafa Elktiri, recently visited Podgorica, capital of Montenegro.
I could have said capital of Montenegro for all the connection I made.