Montenegro, another of the Yugoslav successor states, inherited a very small portion of the continental shelf boundary that Yugoslavia had established with Italy in 1968. Assuming an equidistance tripoint with Croatia, Montenegro’s maritime boundary with Italy would begin just south of point 42 from the former Yugoslav–Italy boundary and then proceed to its terminus at point 43. There are approximately six nautical miles of undelimited maritime space between Italy and Montenegro from point 43 to the tripoint with Albania, which has not yet been formally established.

Italy – Montenegro maritime boundary map 1968

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