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|Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Федеративна Република Југославија
|Motto: "Bratstvo i jedinstvo" (Serbo-Croation)
"Brotherhood and unity"
|Anthem: Hej, Sloveni
Location of Serbia (green) in Europe (dark grey).
|Recognised regional languages||Slovene, Macedonian|
|Government||Federal parliamentary republic|
|-||Prime Minister||Aleksandar Vučić|
|-||Upper House||Chamber of Republics|
|-||Lower House||Federal Chamber|
|Creation||1 December 1991|
|-||Referendum in Slovenia||23 December 1990|
|-||Referendum in Croatia||19 May 1991|
|-||Referendum in Vardar||8 September 1991|
|-||Constitution||27 April 1992|
|Currency||Yugoslav dinar (дин)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|-||Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Drives on the||right|
Yugoslavia, officially the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbo-Croation Cyrillic: Федеративна Република Југославија, Serbo-Croation Latin: Federativna Republika Jugoslavija), is a country in Southeast Europe. Yugoslavia borders Hungary and Germany to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Greece to the south; and Italy, and Albania to the west; Yugoslavia's Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands. The capital of Yugoslavia, Belgrade, is among Europe's oldest cities and Zagreb one of the largest in Southeast Europe.
The Yugoslavia was initially dominated by Slobodan Milošević as President of Serbia (1989–1997) and then President of Yugoslavia (1997–2000). Milošević installed and forced the removal of several federal presidents (such as Dobrica Ćosić) and prime ministers (Milan Panić).
Yugoslavia is a member of the UN, CoE, OSCE, PfP, BSEC, and CEFTA. It is also an official candidate for membership in the European Union, which is negotiating its EU accession, acceding country to the WTO and is a militarily neutral state, with a highest GPI in the Balkans. Among the region's highest-scored "free countries" Yugoslavia is an upper-middle income economy (WB, IMF) with the service sector dominating the country's economy, followed by the industrial sector and agriculture