The number of overnight stays was 5.3 per cent higher than in June 2017.
More than 91.3 per cent of these tourists were from the region, Western Europe and Scandinavia.
Visitors from Russia and Serbia still top the list, however, responsible for 17.7 and 13 per cent of the total number of foreign tourists.
The Court of Appeals of Montenegro has found four defendants guilty for a boat accident in 1999 that resulted in the deaths of 35 Roma refugees from Kosovo.
The Miss Pat, registered to carry six passengers and two crew, had about 70 people on board when it sank near Budva, Montenegro in the summer of 1999.
The Special Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime in Montenegro ordered the arrest of the former president of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro Svetozar Marovic on Thursday.
Marovic, who chairs the political council of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, was arrested in connection to corruption cases centred on the resort of Budva.
50-year-old Budva resident Gojko B. has been arrested for using a pistol to force an Albanian tourist "to speak Montenegrin."
According to the Podgorica daily Vijesti, the incident happened in a cafe near the bus station in this Montenegrin seaside resort.
Several high ranking officials of the Budva municipality, including Mayor Lazar Radjenovic and city manager Milena Marovic-Bogdanovic, have been arrested.
On the orders of Montenegro's Special Organized Crime Prosecution, adviser to the prime minister Aleksandar Ticic and former municipal leaders Rajko Kuljaca and Dragan Marovic have also been detained.
Serbs in Montenegro are discriminated against but they intend to be persistent in asserting their rights, their representatives told Tomislav Nikolic on Monday.
They organized a reception for the Serbian president after the summit of leaders of the Brdo-Brioni Process in Budva and informed him about the problems they are facing.