Repairs have been made to Dubrovnik after it was damaged during the siege of 1991 and 1992, at the hands of the Yugoslav People's Army, although shrapnel damage can still be seen in the city.
What does YPA stand for?
YPA stands for Yugoslav People's Army
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We have 34 other meanings of YPA in our Acronym Attic
- Yolk Protein 3 Gene
- Young Professionals for Charity (Australia)
- Yahoo Partner Ads
- Yamaha Pro Audio
- Yearly Plan of Action
- Yellow Pages Advertising
- Yellow Pages Association (formerly National Yellow Pages Service Association)
- Young Performers Australia-America
- Young Performers Award (Australia; ABC Symphony Australia annual award)
- Young Performing Artists, Inc. (Wildwood, FL)
- Yelm Prairie Arts Association (Yelm, WA)
- Young People and the Arts Australia (formerly Australian Youth Performing Arts Association; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
- Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous
- Youth Performing Arts Australia
- Young Professionals Advisory Board (American Institute of Chemical Engineers)
- Yayasan Pembinaan Anak Cacat (Indonesian: Handicapped Child Development Foundation; Sarukarta, Indonesia)
- Young Pavement Artists Competition (UK)
- Young People Agents for Change (UK)
- Young Professionals Against Cancer (Costa Mesa, CA)
- Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga (Chattanooga, TN)
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Sites of investigation include Polish state-owned farms, a textile factory in Slovenia, a school in Bulgaria, the Yugoslav People's Army, and housing in Czechoslovakia.
A long time member of the Yugoslav Communist Party, Mladic started his career in the Yugoslav People's Army in 1965 and had an undistinguished career in Communist Yugoslavia until the outbreak of the Yugoslav Wars in 1991.
The figure has risen from 72 in 1990 16 YEARS since Croatia declared its independence and plunged into war with the Serb-led Yugoslav People's Army which ended in 1995.
RATKO Mladic was brought up in Tito's Yugoslavia, becoming a regular officer in the Yugoslav People's Army.
Bosnian-born Djindjic, son of a Yugoslav People's Army officer, was a philosophy graduate whose political ambitions were evident early on.