Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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Noun1.Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - a mountainous republic in southeastern Europe bordering on the Adriatic Sea; formed from two of the six republics that made up Yugoslavia until 1992; Serbia and Montenegro were known as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia until 2003 when they adopted the name of the Union of Serbia and Montenegro
Serbia, Srbija - a historical region in central and northern Yugoslavia; Serbs settled the region in the 6th and 7th centuries
Crna Gora, Montenegro - a former country bordering on the Adriatic Sea; now part of the Union of Serbia and Montenegro
Belgrade, Beograd, capital of Serbia and Montenegro - capital and largest city of Serbia and Montenegro; situated on the Danube
Danau, Danube, Danube River - the 2nd longest European river (after the Volga); flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea; "Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube"
Jugoslav, Jugoslavian, Yugoslav, Yugoslavian - a native or inhabitant of Yugoslavia
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This political party also reminds that Serbia (then FR Yugoslavia), by signing the Dayton Peace Agreement, as one of the warring parties, together with Croatia, has pledged to "fully respect each other's sovereignty and equality, resolve disputes peacefully, and refrain from any action by threat or use of force or otherwise, against the territorial integrity or political independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina or any other state for that matter."
The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was a multinational republic consisting of Croatia, Slovenia, FR Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia.
Aleksandar Mitrovic Pronunciation: alex-ANNdar meet-ro-VEETCH Age: 20 Place of birth: Smederevo, FR Yugoslavia Position: Striker Former club: Anderlecht Fee: PS13m Welcome: Zdravo Aleksandar!
Following his return to Skopje, Gligorov told the press that, in the longer and useful discussion, he had "reiterated the position and interest of the Republic of Macedonia for the development of good-neighborly relations, which is necessary to be preceded by mutual recognition and the establishment of full diplomatic relations between the Republic of Macedonia and FR Yugoslavia." He said that in the talks with Milosevich, they had both "concluded that the restoration of normal relations between the two countries is in the interests of the stability in the south of the Balkans, especially after the signing of the Greek-Macedonian Accord."
At the insistence of the journalists to specify when this mutual recognition would take place, Gligorov said that he expected "an agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina to be signed by the end of this month, meanwhile, the competent organs of Macedonia and FR Yugoslavia would take the necessary measures so as to enable this to take place some time next month."
Whereas by 2001, Slovenia had already implemented the bulk of transition reforms (see EBRD, Transition Report, 2002), most other Yugoslav successor states were lagging behind, especially Bosnia and Herzegovina and FR Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro).
Although regional cooperation in SEE has been a declared objective of the EU since as early as 1996, when the EU formulated its 'Regional Approach' for the western Balkan countries--Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR Macedonia and FR Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) due to adverse political conditions in the region very little progress had been achieved.
Such was the support during the NATO campaign against FR Yugoslavia when it was not easy to Macedonia and Macedonians to provide the military operations with logistics.