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Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Àpapọ̀ Sósíálístì ilẹ̀ Yugoslafia

Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Àpapọ̀ Sósíálístì ilẹ̀ Yugoslafia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; SFRY) je orile-ede Yugoslafia to wa lati igba Ogun Agbaye Keji (1943) titi di igba to je tituka deede ni 1992 larin awon Ogun Yugoslafia. O je orile-ede sosialisti ati ile apapo to ni awon orile-ede olominira mefa: Bosnia ati Herzegovina, Kroatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, ati Slovenia. Serbia, bakanna, tun ni igberiko aladawa meji ti Vojvodina ati Kosovo.

Socijalistička Federativna Republika Jugoslavijaa
Социјалистичка Федеративна Република Југославијаb

Socialistična federativna republika Jugoslavijac


Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Àpapọ̀ Sósíálístì ilẹ̀ Yugoslafia
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

1943–1992
Flag Coat of arms
Motto
Bratstvo i jedinstvo
(English: "Brotherhood and Unity")
Anthem
Hej, Slaveni/Хеј, Словени
(English: "Hey, Slavs")
Capital Belgrade
Language(s) Serbo-Croatian,
Slovene and Macedonian
Government Federal socialist republic,
Single-party socialist state
President
 - 1945 - 1953 (first) Ivan Ribar
 - 1953 - 1980 Josip Broz Tito
 - 1991 - 1992 (last) Stjepan Mesić
Prime Minister
 - 1945 - 1953 (first) Josip Broz Tito
 - 1989 - 1991 (last) Ante Marković
Historical era Cold War
 - Proclamation November 29, 1943
 - UN membership 24 October 1945
 - Constitutional reform 21 February 1974
 - Secessions 25 June 1991 - 27 April
Area
 - July 1989 255,804 km2 (98,766 sq mi)
Population
 - July 1989 est. 23,724,919 
     Density 92.7 /km2  (240.2 /sq mi)
Currency Yugoslav dinar
Calling code +38
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Croatia
Slovenia
Macedonia
Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
a State name in Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian languages (the name is identical in both), spelled in the Latin alphabet. (See Etymology section for details.)

b State name in Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian languages (the name is identical in both), spelled in the Cyrillic alphabet. (See Etymology section for details.)

c State name in the Slovene language. Slovene used the Latin alphabet exclusively. (See Etymology section for details.)




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