Bilateral Relations September 2004 – first among EU Heads of State - President Ferenc Madl visited Podgorica.May 2005 – Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány visited Podgorica. December 2005 - the President of the Republic of Montenegro Filip Vujanovics paid official visit to Budapest.March 2005 - Foreign Minister Vlahovic visiting Budapest.March 2006 - Ferenc Somogyi, Minister for Foreign Affairs visited Podgorica. August 2006 and October 2007 - Foreign Minister Kinga Goncz visited Podgorica. May 2007 - Montenegrin Economy Minister Branimir Gvozdenovic visit Budapest invited by Minister of Economy and Transport Janos Koka. September 2007 - Ranko Krivokapic Speaker of the Montenegrin Parliament attended meeting of the presidents of national Parliament of Southeast European countries in Budapest. October 2007 - the Hungarian National Assembly delegation visited Montenegro. October 2007 - President of the Republic László Sólyom, has visited the independent Montenegro, and attended the meeting of the Hungarian-Montenegro Economic Council in Cetinjében. April 2008 – on the invitation of Foreign Minister Kinga Goncz the Montenegrin Minister of Foreign Affairs Milan Rocen makes a visit to Budapest. April 2008 – on the invitation of its partner state secretary Abel Garamhegyi (GKM) visits Podgorica to attend negotiations. May 2008 - Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic pays short visit to Budapest. September 2008 - Miklós Kovács state secretary for tourism meets Predrag Nenezic Minister for Tourism in Podgorica October 2008 - Economy Minister Gordon Bajnai pays a one-day visit to Montenegro and meets with Minister of Economy Branimir Gvozdenovic.November 2008 - Dragana Radulovic, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs visited Budapest. January 2009 – Policy Director and State secretary Szentiványi Gábor (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) attends talks in Podgorica. January 2009 - Jenő Faller State secretary from the Hungarian MFA attended the Regional Conference of Hungarian Ambassadors in Montenegro. After the conference State secretary Faller met with Minister of Foreign Affairs Milan Rocen. Vilmos Szabo, Vice-Chairman of the Foreign Affair’s Committee of the Hungarian National Parliament met with Montenegrin Parliament President Ranko Krivokapic.