North Yuyukoslavian Republic, also known as North Yugoslavia Republic or North Yugoslavia or North Yuyukoslavia is a nation in Europe.
Before North Yugoslavia, there was Yugoslavian Federation. The Yugoslavian Federation was originally established by Serbia in 1925, and lasted until 2002, when it dissolved.
However, in 2003, when Slovenia was accepted to be part of the European Union next year, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, decided to merge with Slovenia to from North Yugoslavia.
In 2004, North Yugoslavia joined the European Union and adopted the Euro in 2009.