The police had the boulevard where the attack - the motive of which is unknown at this time - took place blocked from the building of Montenegro's Agency for National Security, to the U.S. embassy building.
The attacker blew himself up with a second explosive device after throwing the grenade at the USA embassy compound in Podgorica, police have said.
Portalanalitika said the motive for the attack was not yet known. He had fought with "Yugoslav Army forces in Kosovo in 1999 and was decorated by Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic", Balkan Insight reads, and according to local Media he had expressed anti-NATO sentiments in the past.
"The prosecutor is directing the police investigation and the [process of] identification", the government said on Twitter.
Montenegro borders the Adriatic Sea in southeastern Europe and its capital is Podgorica.
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An unknown person threw an explosive device at the United States embassy in Montenegro today before blowing himself up, the European nation's government says. It joined North Atlantic Treaty Organisation a year ago despite strong opposition from its traditional Slavic ally Russian Federation.
In a statement, Montenegrin police confirmed they had found the "lifeless body of an unidentified male".
Although early reports implied the bomber killed himself by accident, the latest police statements indicate he deliberately committed suicide with a second explosive after throwing a bomb over the embassy walls.
Officials at the embassy advised USA citizens to avoid the area until further notice.
The building in Podgorica was not damaged and no one else was injured, according to a State Department spokesman.