Serbia

Summary

Capital
Currency Used
Official Language
Form of Government
Parliamentary republic
Parliamentary system
Contained by
Area
88,361 km² (34116 mi²)
Population
GDP (nominal)
25234408773.0 (2005, US$)
38444296921.0 (2010, US$)
21380951576.0 (1997, US$)
GDP (nominal per capita)
8,200 (2008, US$)
 

Country

Internet TLD
rs
yu
Languages spoken
National anthem
Bože pravde
Currency Formerly Used
Calling Code
381
ISO Short Name
SERBIA
FIPS Code
RI
 

Administrative Area

Adjectival form
of
Administrative parent
Short name
rs
 

Uncommon Topic

Exceptions
 

Sports Team Location

Teams
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Serbia (2010-11-11)
 

Countries

Continent
 

Linguistic hint

Adjectival form
Serbian
 

Sport Country

Athletic performances
 

Breed origin

Breeds orginating here
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Bibs Location

Type
Country
Is clear
yes
 

Olympic participating country

IOC Code
SRB
Olympics participated in
Athletes
Athletic performances
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Organization member

Member of
2000-11-01 (United Nations)
? (Partnership for Peace)
 

Location

Adjectival form
Serbian
Contains
Events
Adjoins
Partially contains
Danube - Kris - Mures - Tisza euroregion
Euroregion Eurobalkans
Time zone(s)
People born here
Geolocation
20.1268216627 × 44.9778249667
 

Beer country / region

Beers from here
 

Military Combatant

Belongs To Combatant Group
Military Conflicts
 

Dated location

Date founded
2006-06-05
 

Statistical region

GDP growth rate
-9.783 (1991)
-27.16 (1992)
-30.508 (1993)
Internet users as percentage of population
31.159 (2004)
27.129 (2005)
28.091 (2006)
Life expectancy
71.488 (1991)
72.039 (1997)
72.137 (2000)
Military expenditure as percentage of GDP
4.338 (2001)
4.493 (2002)
4.277 (1997)
Fertility rate
1961 (2.5)
1971 (2.3)
1995 (1.7)
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Agencies
Government
Government bodies
National Assembly of Serbia
Governing officials
? (Boris Tadić, 2004-07-11, 2012-04-05, President)
Prime Minister of Serbia (Mirko Cvetković, 2008-07-07, 2012-07-27, Prime minister)
Prime Minister of Serbia (Ivica Dačić, 2012-07-27, Prime minister)
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