Momir Bulatović (Serbian Cyrillic: Момир Булатовић; 21 September 1956 – 30 June 2019) was a Montenegrin politician. He was the first President of the Yugoslav Republic of Montenegro from 1990 to 1998, after which he served as the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1998 until 2000, when Slobodan Milošević was overthrown. He was a leader of the Montenegro's Democratic Party of Socialists from 1989 to 1997, when he split from DPS after a conflict with Milo Đukanović.
During his mandate as President of Montenegro within Yugoslavia, he oversaw the engagement of Montenegrin reservists in the Yugoslav People's Army in the Siege of Dubrovnik as well as in the Bosnian War. According to Florence Hartmann, Bulatović was subject to an investigation by the ICTY for war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but was not charged. He was a defense witness in the trials of Slobodan Milošević, Radovan Karadžić, and Nikola Šainović at the ICTY.
Bulatović died on 30 June 2019 at his family's home near Podgorica. A close associate, Milan Knežević, said the former president apparently suffered a heart attack. He was 62.
Knezevic, an opposition politician, said Bulatovic "left a permanent trace in the Montenegrin politics as a man who fought for his beliefs until the last day." However others, including prosecutors at the ICTFY saw him as one of Milosevic’s partners in crime in the 1990’s wars in Yugoslavia.