Vojvodina

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Voj·vo·di·na

 (voi′və-dē′nə)
A region of northern Serbia. An agricultural area long a part of Hungary, it passed to Yugoslavia in 1918, receiving a degree of official autonomy in 1946. Serbia revoked its autonomy in 1990.

Vojvodina

(Serbian ˈvɔjvɔdina) or

Voivodina

n
(Placename) an autonomous region of Serbia, in the N. Capital: Novi Sad. Pop: 2 024 487 (2002). Area: 22 489 sq km (8683 sq miles)

Voj•vo•di•na

(ˈvɔɪ vəˌdɪn ə, -ˌdi nə)
n.
an autonomous province within Serbia, in N Yugoslavia. 2,050,000; 8303 sq. mi. (21,506 sq. km). Cap.: Novi Sad.
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According to the annual reports, the most common zoonoses in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (APV) as well as in the Central Banat District of Vojvodina (CBDV) are Trichinellosis, Salmonellosis and Q fever [6].
Covering an area of 37 sq km, yiibuk 1 will be built around 50 km outside Belgrade in the autonomous province of Vojvodina.
In 2005, the Parliament of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (PAPV) adopted the 'Program of Demographic Development of AP Vojvodina and Its Implementation Measures'.
Serbia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkic said that on the long run up to 1,500 people will be directly or indirectly involved in the EU accession talks on the Serbian negotiating side.Mrkic said in an interview with Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti that dialogue with the EU will involve representatives of civil society, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and national minorities.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will also be included in the process, and the greatest role will be played by Serbia's Mission to the EU and the Ministry's EU integration sector, he said.The talks on Serbia's EU membership will practically start with the arrival of EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele and his delegation in Belgrade, Mrkic said.
The 120 MW wind farm is to be sited in North East Serbia - specifically in the Municipality of Pancevo, District of Banat, within the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. Over 28 months of wind resource data has been accumulated over three micro locations and the results indicate significant energy potential.
The aim of this study was to determine the epidemiological characteristics of phenylketonuria and hyperphenylalaninemia in the population of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
In the territory of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (APV), the following anthropozooneses have been registered so far: Queensland fever (Q fever); Lyme borreliosis; leptospiroses; tularemia or rodent plague; brucellosis, and anthrax.

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