Country :Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav
Employers in the FR Germany had the highest demand for workers from Yugoslavia especially during the period of open boarders when Yugoslav
citizens were searching a job in Western European countries.
Officially, Belgrade became the capital of Yugoslav
soccer in 1930 in a special session of the JNS assembly that only verified the decisions of the previous assembly.
version of the incident was that trouble started only after Keegan refused to leave the restricted customs area.
Earlier in the year, American officials had learned that a team of Yugoslav
military officers from the base had spent two weeks in Iraq consulting, it was believed, on air defense.
The majority of articles in the collection are from leading American Yugoslav
Ichiro Aisawa, chairman of the LDP's parliamentary league to promote friendly relations between Japanese and Yugoslav
lawmakers, said he delivered a letter to Koizumi from Kostunica in which the Yugoslav
president expressed the wish.
Gojkovic left Yugoslav
champions Red Star Belgrade last year to join Iraklis.
I remember a huge line of buses, full of Yugoslav
refugees, anxious to get as far from the war as possible.
Hirsh reports in the October 16 issue (on newsstands Monday, October 9), that transitions to restore democracy in the former Yugoslav
republics of Croatia and Macedonia, as well as in Bosnia, will be rocky.
NATO jets continued to pound targets in Kosovo yesterday as the alliance's top general in Macedonia sat down with his Serb opposite number to plan the Yugoslav
Dublin - famed throughout the work for its hospitality - will be no barrel of laughs for the Yugoslav
team, including Real Madrid star Predrag Mijatovic and a host of other world-class players.
SINGAPORE, March 26 Kyodo Singapore has called on the Yugoslav
government to end the conflict in Kosovo, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.
football federation have requested that all Yugoslavs
abroad do not play because of the air raids.
reached an agreement to acquire a stake in Pivara Skopje, the largest brewery in the former Yugoslav
republic of Macedonia.