Yugoslavia

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Presidents of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia officially signed the Dayton Peace Agreement on December 14, 1995 in Paris to end the Bosnian War that killed hundreds of thousands of people and left millions displaced.
A career officer with the US Foreign Service, Boduszynski argues that for the first decade of their transition, beginning in 1991, Slovenia, Croatia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and Macedonia followed divergent trajectories of regime change because they started from very different places.
The dispute related to two gaming joint ventures that pre-dated the dissolution of the Former Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia.
Kosovo, a province in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was the first of these wars in 1999.
Is it true that 150 meters are gone into Macedonian territory and if so, hasn't the Agreement on Border crossing with Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 2001 now located in the UN, been violated?
The Tito Stone was erected in memory of Josip Broz Tito, who was the leader of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1945 until his death in 1980, at the age of 88.
It is true that Canadian troops are today engaged in Afghanistan, but it was also true that, ten years ago, they were engaged in the former republic of Yugoslavia.
Since the end of June, the Commission's Monitoring and Information Centre (MIC) has received eight requests for assistance from Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Bulgaria and the Former Republic of Yugoslavia of Macedonia to fight forest fires.
The union of Serbia and Montenegro was all that remained of the six federations that made up the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia, which was created in 1945.
In April 1999, the Government of the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia filed Applications in the registry of the International Court of Justice (the "Court") instituting proceedings against eight N.
The country was the scene of some of the bloodiest fighting in World War II, and at war's end in 1945 was renamed the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia by Marshal Tito.
The command of the military is in the hands of the president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,' said Coo, a Canadian who works as a researcher for the prosecution.
The Croatian Ministry of Defense (MoD) began the conceptualization for a training simulations program three years after the end of Croatia's war for independence from the Republic of Yugoslavia.
The foreign minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Goran Svilanovic, arrived in Finland yesterday (25 February) for a two-day visit.
The volume contains an overview of higher education governing structures on countries participating in the project: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
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