To travel to Azerbaijan a visa must be obtained from the Visa Section at the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The following documents must be submitted:
– One completed visa application form
– Original passport.
– Copy of passport.
– Two passport-size photo attached to the application form.
– An invitation from Azerbaijan.
The price for an ordinary single entry visa for Montenegro citizens is 20 US dollars.
The price for an ordinary double entry visa for Montenegro citizens is 100 US dollars.
The price for an ordinary multiple entry visa for Montenegro citizens is 350 US dollars.
For additional information, please, call the Visa Section of the Embassy at: +382(0)20 281 181
Reception time: From Monday to Friday, 10:00-13:00.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR TRAVELLERS
Due to the fact that 20% of the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan, including its Nagorno-Karabakh region is under occupation of Armenia, Government of Azerbaijan severely condemns and strictly prohibits any visit of foreign citizens to these occupied territories without prior consent of the Government of Azerbaijan. The Government deems it necessary to emphasize that the abovementioned visit and furthermore any kind of political, economic, financial, cultural and etc. interaction with illegal regime established there represents direct and crude violation of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and inviolability of borders of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Any foreign citizen who pays visit to the occupied territories ignoring the abovementioned warning is subject to concrete actions taken by the Government of Azerbaijan.
In this regard, those foreign citizens are included to the “list of persona non grata” whose entry to the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan is banned. In case any foreign citizen persists on continuation of acts against Azerbaijan in cooperation with separatist regime, so-called “Nagorno-Karabakh Republic”, relevant legal actions will be applied against that person. As regards to the foreign companies and organizations collaborating with illegal regime, they will be subject to relevant actions within the national and international legal framework.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan informs:
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan would like to remind all nationals of foreign countries wishing to travel to Nagorno-Karabakh and other occupied regions of Azerbaijan that due to continuing occupation by the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia, these areas are temporarily out of control of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Any visit without the consent of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the above-mentioned territories, which are internationally recognized as an integral part of Azerbaijan is considered as a violation of sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan and as a breach of national legislation, as well as relevant norms and principles of international law.
Accordingly, the Ministry calls all foreign nationals to refrain themselves from travelling to the occupied territories in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
The Ministry would like to remind that those who traveled to the occupied territories without prior permission of the Republic of Azerbaijan will be denied the entry to the Republic of Azerbaijan”.