Yugoslavia Essay by The Research Group

Focus on the economy of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Serbia & Montenegro.
# 10251 | 900 words | 10 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 11, 2003 in European Studies (Post-Soviet Period, 1990 on) , Geography (General)

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The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia consists of Serbia and Montenegro. as well as the federal republic. Officially, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is not recognized by the international community. The Federal government presents itself as the government of the sole successor of the former socialist Yugoslav Republic. The cities of Belgrade (Serbia) and Podgorica (Montenegro) are the country capitals and the the Federal Republic Capital is Belgrade.(1)
There is a combined population (January 2000 estimate) of 11,206,847 with 10,526,478 attributed to Serbia and 689,369 people living in Montnegro.
The ethnic breakdown consists of Serbs (63 percent); Albanians (14 percent..."

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