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Serbia Montenegro live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 18.5.2017. at 17:00 UTC time in International Friendly Games – International. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Serbia vs Montenegro previous results sorted by their H2H matches. Links to Serbia vs. Montenegro video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appear on video hosting sites like Youtube or Dailymotion. We’re not responsible for any video content, please contact video file owners or hosters for any legal complaints.

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___ Serbia and Montenegro

The State Union of Serbia and Montenegro ended its existence in June 2006 when Montenegro voted, after a referendum in favor of independence, to leave the State Union.
Serbia proclaimed its independence on 5 June 2006, as the successor state to the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

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Background:
The Serbian state as known today was created in 1170 A.D. by Stefan Nemanja, the founder of the Nemanjic dynasty. Serbia’s religious foundation came several years later when Stefan’s son, canonized as St. Sava, became the first archbishop of a newly autocephalous Serbian Orthodox Church (1219).

The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was formed in 1918; its name was changed to Yugoslavia in 1929.
Occupation by Nazi Germany in 1941 was resisted by various partisan bands that fought themselves as well as the invaders. The group headed by Marshal TITO took full control upon German expulsion in 1945. Although communist in name, his new government successfully steered its own path between the Warsaw Pact nations and the West for the next four and a half decades.
In the early 1990s, post-TITO Yugoslavia began to unravel along ethnic lines: Slovenia, Croatia, and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia all declared their independence in 1991; Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992. The remaining republics of Serbia and Montenegro declared a new “Federal Republic of Yugoslavia” in 1992 and, under President Slobodan MILOSEVIC, Serbia led various military intervention efforts to unite Serbs in neighboring republics into a “Greater Serbia.” All of these efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.
In 1999, massive expulsions by Serbs of ethnic Albanians living in the autonomous republic of Kosovo provoked an international response, including the NATO bombing of Serbia and the stationing of NATO and Russian peacekeepers in Kosovo. Blatant attempts to manipulate presidential balloting in October of 2000 were followed by massive nationwide demonstrations and strikes that saw the election winner, Vojislav KOSTUNICA, replace MILOSEVIC.

On February 4, 2003 the Yugoslav parliament adopted the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, marking the beginning of a new reformed state, replacing the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. .
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Official Name:
State Union of Serbia and Montenegro
local long form: Srbija-Crna Gora
former Yugoslavia

Actual Time: Tue-Aug-21 21:49
Local Time = UTC +1h
Daylight Saving Time (DST) March – October (UTC +2)

Capital Cities: Belgrade
Beograd – The official Web site of Serbia’s Capital.
Podgorica The Capital of Montenegro.

Other Cities:
Pristina, Pancevo, Novi Pazar, Uzice, Novi Sad, Subotica, Bor, Nis, Tivat, Kotor

Government:
Type: Republic.
Constitution: 4 February 2003, the Yugoslav parliament adopted the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.
Independence: 11 April 1992 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia formed as self-proclaimed successor to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia).

Geography:
Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Area: Montenegro (13 938 sq. km),
Serbia (88 412 sq. km.)
Terrain: Varied; in the north, rich fertile plains; in the east, limestone ranges and basins; in the southeast, mountains and hills; in the southwest, high shoreline with no islands off the coast

Climate: In the north, continental climate (cold winter and hot, humid summers with well-distributed rainfall); central portion, continental and Mediterranean climate; to the south, Adriatic climate along the coast, hot, dry summers and autumns and relatively cold winters with heavy snowfall inland.

People:
Nationality: Noun–Montenegrin(s) and Serb(s);
adjective–Montenegrin and Serbian
Population: 8.1 million, (Montenegro 650 000); Serbia (not including Kosovo) 7.5 million)
Ethnic groups: Serbian 62.6%, Albanian 16.5%, Montenegrin 5%, Hungarian 3.3%, other 12.6%
Religions: Orthodox 65%, Muslim 19%, Roman Catholic 4%, Protestant 1%, other 11%
Languages: Serbo-Croatian 95%, Albanian 5%, the alphabet in official use is Cyrillic, as well as Latin
Literacy: total population: 93%

Currency: New Yugoslavian Dinar (YUM);
Note: in Montenegro the euro is legal tender; in Kosovo both the euro and the Yugoslav dinar are legal (2002)

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Brokered by the EU, the Union of Serbia and Montenegro was born in 2003. The aim was to settle Montenegrin independence demands and stabilise Balkan borders.

The union deal also contained the seeds of its dissolution. It said that after three years the two republics could hold referendums on whether to keep or scrap it.

When Montenegro held an independence referendum in May 2006, just over the required 55% of voters opted for separation from Serbia. The Montenegrins followed up soon afterwards with a declaration of independence and Serbia accepted the inevitable, declaring itself a sovereign state and the successor to the Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

The process of fully disentangling the two will involve careful negotiations.

The Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia, consisting of Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Macedonia, was proclaimed in 1945. Under authoritarian communist leader Josip Broz Tito the lid was kept on ethnic tensions. The federation lasted for over 10 years after his death in 1980 but under Serbian nationalist leader Slobodan Milosevic it fell apart in bloodshed through the 1990s.

The secession of Slovenia and Macedonia came relatively peacefully but there were devastating wars in Croatia and Bosnia. Serbia and Montenegro together formed the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between 1992 and 2003.

In 1998 violence flared in the autonomous province of Kosovo in Serbia. The Kosovo Liberation Army, supported by the majority ethnic Albanians, came out in open rebellion against Serbian rule. International pressure on President Milosevic grew amid the escalating violence.

Nato launched air strikes in Kosovo and Serbia in March 1999. An exodus of ethnic Albanians to neighbouring countries gathered pace. The UN took over administration of the region after Serbian forces had been driven out.

Today, Kosovo is de facto an international protectorate but legally is part of Serbia. Its status remains the subject of a bitter dispute between the Albanian majority, who seek independence, and the minority Serbs. It is a dispute in which Belgrade retains a keen interest. UN-sponsored talks on the future status of Kosovo got under way in November 2005.

Montenegrin leaders, including current Prime Minister Djukanovic who was once a Milosevic ally, distanced themselves from the former Serbian leader’s handling of Kosovo. After his downfall in October 2000 they were increasingly keen for independence.

In late 2005, the EU began talks with Belgrade on the possibility of reaching a Stabilisation and Association Agreement. These were called off some months later because of the continuing failure of the Serbian authorities to capture war crimes suspects Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic.

  • Population: 10.5 million (UN, 2005)
  • Capital: Belgrade
  • Area: 102,173 sq km (39,449 sq miles)
  • Major language: Serbian
  • Major religion: Christianity
  • Life expectancy: 71 years (men), 76 years (women) (UN)
  • Monetary unit: Dinar = 100 paras (Serbia), euro (Montenegro)
  • Main exports: Manufactured goods, food and live animals, machinery and transport equipment
  • GNI per capita: US $2,680 (World Bank, 2006)
  • Internet domain: .yu
  • International dialling code: +381

Serbia and Montenegro president: Svetozar Marovic

The union parliament of Serbia and Montenegro chose Svetozar Marovic, a Montenegrin, as the country’s first president in March 2003. He was the only candidate.

Mr Marovic is deputy chairman of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) led by pro-independence Montenegrin Prime Minister Djukanovic. He headed a council of ministers with responsibility for defence, foreign affairs, economic affairs and human rights.

Mr Marovic, who was 48 when he became president, promised to build ties with the EU and international organisations. On election, he said he would work to improve living standards for everyone in Serbia and Montenegro.

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    Ver Serbia VS Suiza partido en vivo Online Rusia 2018

    Ver Serbia VS Suiza en Vivo Online – Rusia 2018. Serbia y Suiza son dos equipos más o menos de la misma fuerza, podemos decir que no hay manera de saber Quién ganaría. Con las jugadas que han dado hasta hoy vemos que son fuertes y no se doblegaran.

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    ¿A qué hora juega Serbia VS Suiza?

    Seguramente, ya estás listo para ver el partido de Serbia VS Suiza, todo está listo para que el día Vie 22-06-2018 inicie este partido, con sueños puestos en tu equipo favorito en este, Mundial Rusia 2018, es seguro que más de un favorito tendrás, siempre existe el favorito para que gane la copa, pero también existen favoritos para que ganen un partido. ¿Entre Serbia VS Suiza cual equipo es tu favorito?

    El partido de Serbia VS Suiza será llevará a cabo en el estadio de Kaliningrado, según los horarios de cada pais:

    • El horario español será 8:00:00 PM
    • En Argentina será a las 2:00:00 PM
    • Países centroamericanos será a las 12:00:00 PM
    • Chile estará iniciando a las 1:00:00 PM

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    Todos se han acoplado al clima y al cambio de horario, solo resta esperar cada partido y ver lo mejor de cada uno de ellos.

    • El equipo de Serbia del Mundial Rusia 2018, ha tenido buenos y malos momentos, pero siempre existe un mejor momento y este equipo lo tuvo en mejor momento: cuarto (1930, 1962)
    • La selección de Serbia se espera que su mejor jugador sea Aleksandar Mitrović, El volatil pero efectivo jugador del Newcastle es el hombre encargado del gol en una selección que se basa en la columna vertebral de jugadores como Ivanovic, Kolarov, Matic y Tadic.
    • Serbia tiene una Clasificación FIFA: 32
    • Serbia ha tenido participación: 11 (8 como Yugoslavia, 3 junto a Montenegro) en los distintos mundiales que han existido.
    • Serbia pudo seguir al Mundial Rusia 2018, quedar como: 1º grupo D (Europa)

    Todos se han acoplado al clima y al cambio de horario, solo resta esperar cada partido y ver lo mejor de cada uno de ellos.

    • El equipo de Suiza del Mundial Rusia 2018, ha tenido buenos y malos momentos, pero siempre existe un mejor momento y este equipo lo tuvo en mejor momento: cuartos de final
    • La selección de Suiza se espera que su mejor jugador sea Xherdan Shaqiri, Con 25 años de edad, Shaqiri es la magia y el motor que mueve el ataque de una selección que es más reconocido por su solidez defensiva. El jugador del Stoke City lleva 20 goles con la camiseta de la cruz blanca en el pecho y dependerá de él lo que haga en Rusia 2018.
    • Suiza tiene una Clasificación FIFA: 7
    • Suiza ha tenido participación: 10 en los distintos mundiales que han existido.
    • Suiza pudo seguir al Mundial Rusia 2018, quedar como: 2º grupo B. Venció a Irlanda del Norte en el repechaje.

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