Update 15 to the GEC, the successor to the FIPS standard, is dated 2014-03-31. It makes one nearly imperceptible change to the Serbian name of Hani i Elezit municipality.
Update 10 to Geopolitical Entities and Codes (formerly FIPS 10-4) is dated 2012-12-31. It switches the codes for two municipalities of Kosovo: Kaēanik and Kamenicė. I have made the corresponding change to the table below.
When "Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Publication 10-4" was superseded by "Geopolitical Entities and Codes" in April 2010, it included a list of 30 municipalities for Kosovo. Update 8 to Geopolitical Entities and Codes is dated 2012-05-01. It adds seven new municipalities and slightly alters the translations of two municipalities. I provide the list below as a helpful reference, but not as a part of the Statoids database.
ISO 3166-1 Newsletter V-12, dated 2006-09-26, announced the splitting of Serbia and Montenegro into two countries. Before that time, I had treated Serbia and Montenegro as the two primary subdivisions of the country, divided into districts, which were the secondary subdivisions. When the country officially split, I promoted the districts to primary subdivisions, and no longer listed any secondary subdivisions; or, to be precise, left only a historical list showing the districts prior to 2006. Now I have removed that redundant list.
These are the secondary divisions of Kosovo, with diacritical marks omitted. Names are in their Albanian form, although the FIPS document also lists their Serbian forms.
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