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What does YI stand for?

YI stands for Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)

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The signatories include Richard Goldstone, the former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda, and Antonio Cassese, the first president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and head of the UN Inquiry on Darfur.
After all, the hallmark of Tito's foreign policy was the Non-Aligned Movement, which counted Tito's Yugoslavia (along with Nasser's Egypt and Nehru's India) as a founding member, and at home, Yugoslavia's unique form of decentralized "market socialism" featured worker-managed firms.
Shortly before a scheduled rematch against Spassky in Yugoslavia in 1992, "the United Nations imposed sanctions against Yugoslavia for supporting Serbian aggression in Bosnia and Herzegonia and the United States banned is citizens from doing business there," the New York Times recalled.
6 Kyodo Japan will send a mission to Yugoslavia in the first half of this year to survey the needs of the newly democratizing country in considering future economic assistance, a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said.
Kostunica's set of priorities in leading Yugoslavia back to democracy while Mr.