Serbie an Montenegro

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State Union o Serbie an Montenegro
Државна Заједница Србија и Црна Гора
Državna Zajednica Srbija i Crna Gora
1992–2006
Banner o Serbie an Montenegro
Banner
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Coat o airms
Anthem: Hej, Sloveni
Hey, Slavs
Location o Serbie an Montenegro
Caipital Belgradea
Common leids Serbie (1997–2006)
Serbo-Croatie (1992–1997)
Govrenment Confederation (2003–2006)
Federal republic (1992–2003)
Preses  
• 1992–1993
Dobrica Ćosić
• 1993–1997
Zoran Lilić
• 1997–2000
Slobodan Milošević
• 2000–2003
Vojislav Koštunica
• 2003–2006
Svetozar Marović
Prime Meenister  
• 1992–1993
Milan Panić
• 1993–1998
Radoje Kontić
• 1998–2000
Momir Bulatović
• 2000–2001
Zoran Žižić
• 2001–2003
Dragiša Pešić
• 2003–2006
Svetozar Marović
Historical era Post–Cold War
• Constitution
27 April 1992
• Established
28 April 1992
1 November 2000
4 Februar 2003
• Dissolution
3 Juin 2006
Aurie
2006 102,350 km2 (39,520 sq mi)
Population
• 2006
10832545
Currency Serbie
 • Yugoslav dinar (1992–2003)
 • Serbie dinar (2003–2006)
Montenegro an maist o Kosovoc
 • Yugoslav dinar (1992–1999)
 • Deutsche Mark (1999–2002)
 • Euro (2002–2006)
Cawin code 381
Internet TLD .yu
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Socialist Federal Republic o Yugoslavie
Serbia
Montenegro
The day pairt o  Montenegro
 Serbie
 Kosovod
  1. ^ Efter 2003, no ceety wis the offeecial caipital, but legislative an executive institutions remained locatit in Belgrade. Podgorica served as the seat o the Supreme Coort.
  2. ^ Membership as the Federal Republic o Yugoslavie; ISO 3166-1 = CS; UTC offset = +1.
  3. ^ De facto currencies uised in Montenegro an Kosovo.
  4. ^ Pairtially recognised state.

Serbie an Montenegro (Serbie: Srbija i Crna Gora, Србија и Црна Гора; SCG, СЦГ), offeecially the State Union o Serbie an Montenegro[1] (Državna Zajednica Srbija i Crna Gora, Државна Заједница Србија и Црна Гора), wis a kintra in Sootheast Europe, creatit frae the twa remainin republics o Yugoslavie efter its breakup in 1991.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Price, Matthew (5 June 2006). "Profile: Serbia and Montenegro". BBC News. 

Coordinates: 44°49′N 20°28′E / 44.817°N 20.467°E / 44.817; 20.467