Wasn't it dangerous throwing a bunch of Canada's finest into the ethnic cleansing that defined the crumbling Former Republic of Yugoslavia in the early 1990's?
What does FRY stand for?
FRY stands for Former Republic of Yugoslavia
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 5 other meanings of FRY in our Acronym Attic
- Foreign Resident Withholding Variation (Australia)
- Free Way
- Financial Reporting Extender (financial analysis software; Microsoft)
- Forest Laboratories, Inc. (various locations)
- Frame Relay Exchange (provides backbone connectivity for HUB sites)
- Frequently Repeated Line
- Field-Reversed Theta Pinch Compact Plasma Generator
- Fairmont Royal York (hotel; Canada)
- Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
- Ferry (postal suffix)
- Foundation for Rural Youth
- Friends of Rishton Youth
- Frederick Regional Youth Orchestra (Frederick, MD)
- Former Yugoslavian Republic Of Macedonia
- Front Range Youth Symphony (Colorado)
- Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (Kentucky)
- Free Registration Yada, Yada, Yada
- FireRockerzStudios (gaming)
- Fisheries Reserve Zone
- Flight Restricted Zone
Samples in periodicals archive:
He served as Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, supporting three Supreme Capital Allied Commanders over four years, having special responsibility for the Partnership for Peace Programme involving 27 nations of Central and Eastern Europe, the Expansion of NATO, and the force generation of NATO forces in the former Republic of Yugoslavia, Bosnia and latterly Kosovo.
But the civil case against them heard about weapons brought in from the former Republic of Yugoslavia.
But that prospect will only be a reality when corrupt dictatorship is cast out and real democracy returns to the former Republic of Yugoslavia.
IRS Gives Troops in Bosnia Special Tax Relief The Internal Revenue Service has given taxpayers serving peace-keeping missions in the former Republic of Yugoslavia more time to file their tax returns.
It is true that Canadian troops are today engaged in Afghanistan, but it was also true that, ten years ago, they were engaged in the former republic of Yugoslavia.
After the break-up of the former Republic of Yugoslavia, Darko Pancev switched allegiance to Macedonia and Robert Prosinecki and Davor Suker declared for Croatia.
The Dayton accords ended four years of civil war and "ethnic cleansing" which followed Bosnia's declaration of independence from the former Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991.