Serbia has rescinded its decision to expel the Montenegrin ambassador, BBC News reported.
Serbia expelled Montenegrin ambassador, Tarzan Milosevic, after Montenegro gave Serbia's envoy 72 hours to leave.
Montenegro accused Bozovic of "interfering in Montenegro's internal affairs."
On Sunday, Serbia's Prime Minister Ana Brnabic revoked the decision to expel Milosevic and said her country wanted to extend "the hand of cooperation and friendship" to Montenegro.
Serbia's envoy, Bozovic, was expelled after he described a decision by Montenegrin authorities in 1918 to unify with Serbia as a "liberation."
Bozovic described the decision in 1918 as a "free expression of people's will to unite with fraternal Serbia."