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Yugoslavia separated into five republics in 1990-1992, and Montenegro became independent of Serbia in 2006. The northern states of Slovenian and Croatia are prosperous, while in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia there is widespread hardship. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008.
Albania has struggled to develop its economy since the fall of its totalitarian communist regime in the 1990s.
Albania Population: 3.6 million. Language: Albanian. Main religions: Muslim, Albanian Orthodox, Roman Catholic.
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CBM activities Correspondence and e-mail contact, campaigns and visits, advertising, translation and distribution of literature into local languages. Exploring the Bible is available in Albanian, Bosnian, Macedonian and Croatian; a Serbian version will be available soon. The CBM 18-lesson course is available in Croatian, Bosnian, Albanian, and the New Life in Christ course in Macedonian. Other literature is available in all the languages of this region.
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Ecclesias Subotica (Serbia), Kicevo (Macedonia), Kotor (Montenegro). Isolated members in Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia.
Picture story Visit to Kosovo and Albania (2012)
Picture story Preaching in Serbia (2008)
Picture story Macedonia review (2007)
Picture story Preaching in Croatia and Bosnia (2006)
Picture story Sowing the seed in Macedonia (2005)
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