Sérbíà àti Montenégrò

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Државна Заједница Србија и Црна Гора
Državna zajednica Srbija i Crna Gora
State Union of
Serbia and Montenegro
Federal republic (1992–2003)
Political union (2003–2006)

1992–2006
 

Flag Coat of arms
Anthem
Hej, Sloveni
Hey, Slavs
Capital Belgrade
(unofficial after 2003)1
Language(s) Serbo-Croatian (1992-1997)
Serbian (1997-2006)
Government federal republic (1992-2003)
state union (2003-2006)
President
 - 1992–1993 Dobrica Ćosić
 - 1993–1997 Zoran Lilić
 - 1997–2000 Slobodan Milošević
 - 2000–2003 Vojislav Koštunica
 - 2003–2006 Svetozar Marović
Prime Minister
 - 1992–1993 Milan Panić
 - 1993–1998 Radoje Kontić
 - 1998–2000 Momir Bulatović
 - 2000–2001 Zoran Žižić
 - 2001–2003 Dragiša Pešić
 - 2003–2006 Svetozar Marović
Historical era Post–Cold War
 - Constitution April 27, 1992
 - Established April 28, 1992
 - UN membership2 November 1, 2000
 - State union February 4, 2003
 - Dissolution June 5, 2006
Area
 - 2006 102,350 km2 (39,518 sq mi)
Population
 - 2006 est. 10,832,545 
     Density 105.8 /km2  (274.1 /sq mi)
Currency Yugoslav dinar (1992-2003)
Serbian dinar (Serbia 2003-2006)
Deutsche Mark (Montenegro 1999-2002)
Euro (Montenegro 2002-2006)
Internet TLD .yu
Calling code +381
^ After 2003 no city was the official capital, but legislative and executive institutions remained located in Belgrade. Podgorica served as the seat of the Supreme Court.

^ Membership as FRY; ISO 3166-1=CS,UTC offset = +1

Sérbíà àti Montenégrò je orile-ede kan tele ni apaguusuilaorun Europe, to je dida nipa piparapo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY): Serbia ati Montenegro.


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