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Iso 3166-2:cs

ISO 3166-2:CS was the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Serbia and Montenegro was officially assigned the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code CS before it was dissolved in 2006, and the entry was deleted from ISO 3166-2 as a result. The two republics, Montenegro (Serbian: Crna Gora) and Serbia (Serbian: Srbija), became independent and are now officially assigned the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes ME and RS respectively.

Before 2003, the name of the country was Yugoslavia, and it was officially assigned the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code YU.

Note that while the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code CS was used to represent Czechoslovakia before it was dissolved in 1993, this predated the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998.

Contents

  • Changes 1
    • Codes deleted in Newsletter I-8 1.1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Changes

The following changes to the entry had been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-1 2000-06-21 Update of the source information
Newsletter I-5 2003-09-05 Change of ISO 3166-1 country code element and country name
(in accordance with ISO 3166-1 Newsletter V-8)
Codes:
YU-CS-
Newsletter I-8 2007-04-17 Deletion of a former country
(in accordance with ISO 3166-1 Newsletter V-12)
Subdivisions deleted:
2 republics, 2 autonomous provinces (see below)

Codes deleted in Newsletter I-8

Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
CS-CG republic
CS-SR republic
Code Subdivision name Subdivision category In republic
CS-KM Kosovo-Metohija autonomous province SR
CS-VO Vojvodina autonomous province SR

See also

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: CS
  • Serbia and Montenegro, Statoids.com
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