Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (7.4.1963-1992)
"The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, with the abbreviation of the SFRY or, in short, Yugoslavia, was the country on the Balkan Peninsula, which existed between 1963 and 1992. The name Democratic Denominational Yugoslavia was formed after the Second World War from the territory of the pre-war Kingdom of Yugoslavia, in 1945 changed its name to the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (FLRJ) and in 1963 to the definitive name of the SFRY.
In the north-west, the SFRY bordered Italy and Austria, to the north to Hungary and Romania, to the east to Bulgaria, to the south to Greece and Albania, and to the west to the Adriatic Sea.
With the collapse of the state, five new states emerged in its former territory in 1991 and 1992: