Both Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia were formerly part of Yugoslavia (full name Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) until declaring independence in 1992.
the Dalmatian coast is a part of Croatia. Formerly, it has been under control of Yugoslavia, Venice, Austria-Hungary and Ragusa the Dalmatian coast is a part of Croatia. Formerly, it has been under control of Yugoslavia, Venice, Austria-Hungary and Ragusa
Yugoslavia no longer exists. It was not part of the European Union when it did exist. It broke up into a number of countries. Slovenia and Croatia are two countries that were part of Yugoslavia and are now members of the European Union.
Full name of Macedonia is Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, so Macedonia was a part of Yugoslavia. Slovenia was also a part of Yugoslavia. Slovakia however was not a part of Yugoslavia, but it was a part of Czechoslovakia, both of them were communist countries after WW2.
Vatican City is a distinct country, right in the middle of the city of Rome, Italy. Kosovo is a newly created independent country, administered first by the U.N. and now by the European Union. It was formerly a part of Serbia, which itself was formerly a part of Yugoslavia.
No, Montenegro and Serbia are two separated countries.
Yugoslavia no longer exists. The following countries which were part of Yugoslavia have a coast on the Mediterranean: Slovenia Croatia Bosnia Hercegovina Montenegro
Yugoslavia, subsequently Slovenia (bordering Italy)
The country of Yugoslavia no longer exists, the countries that used to be part of it each use theri own currencies.
There are 28 countries in the European Union of which two, Croatia and Slovenia, were part of Yugoslavia.