Serbia

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Republic of Serbia
Република Србија
Republika Srbija
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: Боже Правде / Bože Pravde
Capital
and largest city
Belgrade
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Official languages Serbian1
Ethnic groups 83% Serbs, 4% Hungarians, 2% Bosniaks, 11% others[1]
Demonym Serbian
Government Parliamentary republic
 •  President Tomislav Nikolić
 •  Prime Minister Boris Tadić
Formation
 •  First State 768 
 •  First Kingdom 1217 
 •  Serbian Empire 1346 
 •  Independence Lost 1540 
 •  Reestablishment 1804 
 •  Independent republic 2006 
Area
 •  Total 88 361 km2 (113th)
34 116 sq mi
 •  Water (%) 0.13
Population
 •  2010 estimate 7,306,677[2] (excl. Kosovo)
 •  Density 107,46/km2 (94th)
297/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2010 estimate
 •  Total $79.940 billion (75th)
 •  Per capita $10,808 (excluding Kosovo) (74th)
GDP (nominal) 2010 estimate
 •  Total 38.921 billion (80th)
 •  Per capita $5,262 (excluding Kosovo) (79th)
Gini (2008)26
low
HDI (2010)0.735[3]
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Currency Serbian dinar (RSD)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 •  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
Calling code 381
Internet TLD .rs

The Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Република Србија or Republika Srbija), is a landlocked country in Central and Southeastern Europe, covering the southeastern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central part of the Balkan Peninsula.

NATO genocide against Serbia in 1999 and lies of Serbian concentration camps

In 1991, the Russians pulled out of Eastern Europe from the fall of the Soviet Union. Madeleine Albright and Bill Clinton (with close connections to George Soros) backed jihadists out of Albania and Croatians to attack Serbia. When Serbia defended itself, even though they lost twice as many people, the US government launched giant bombing raids and NATO invasions. These US-NATO attacks against Serbia blew up power plants, water treatment plants, TV stations, etc. with depleted uranium bombs in 1999.[4] The depleted uranium radiated the entire area and this is the cause of the high cancer rates there today. The United Nations hid 10 tons of depleted uranium in Kosovo.[5][6] Even Hillary Clinton phoned her husband from Africa and as she boasted later, "I urged him to bomb," despite the Balkans posing no credible threat to U.S. security.[7] Then the UN had British television broadcast images of what's admitted to be fake Serbian "death camps"/"concentration camps" [8] Jew Madeleine Albright was protected by the Serbs during WWII and this is how she thanked them. Hillary, like her husband, is just a puppet of George Soros. Soros funded the foreign jihadi terrorists coming into Serbia to attack them in the 1990s just like he funded the foreign jihadis doing the Arab Spring as well as attacking the Syria in the 2000s and 2010s.[9]

21st century

In February 2015, it became the first nation to have an openly transgender Army major.[10]

In August 2015, Serbia banned protests against mass immigration.[11]

Background

Serbia is bordered by Hungary on the north; Romania and Bulgaria on the east; Albania and the Republic of Macedonia on the south; Montenegro to the southwest, and Croatia, and Bosnia on the west. The capital city is Belgrade.

In Middle Ages, the development center of early Serbia was in its southwestern provinces Rashka and Kosovo, where persisted the most numerous Serbian monuments and medieval monasteries (now deprived and partly destroyed). Once a powerful Kingdom and an Empire which at late medieval times ruled most of middle Balkans, then was occupied by Turks. The modern state of Serbia emerged in 1817 following the Second Serbian Uprising. Later, it expanded its territory further south to include the regions of Metohija and Vardar Macedonia (in 1912). Finally, Vojvodina (formerly an autonomous Habsburg crownland named Voivodship of Serbia and Tamiš Banat) proclaimed itself the autonomous region Banat, Ba?ka and Baranja, and united with Serbia in November 25, 1918, preceded by the Syrmia region a day before. The current borders of the country were established following the end of World War II, when Serbia became a federal unit within the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Serbia became an independent state again in 2006, after Montenegro left the union which was formed after the dissolution of Yugoslavia in 1990s.

Kosovo, the centre of the medieval Serbian kingdom, was infiltrated by Mohammedan Albanians by Ottoman colonists for demographic genocide. After a brutal insurgency supported by NATO and the USA, Albanians in Kosovo declared independence, and in their supremacist state the ancient Serbian churches are destroyed.[12] Serbian settlements have become ghettos, segregated from society.[13]

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External links

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