"Geopolitical Entities, Names, and Codes, Edition 2" (GENC), a U.S. standard that's supposed to correspond to ISO 3166-2, was issued on 2014-03-31. It has codes for the municipalities of Kosovo.
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When "Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Publication 10-4" was superseded by "Geopolitical Entities and Codes" in April 2010, it included a list of 30 municipalities for Kosovo.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. Names are in their Albanian form, although the GEC document also lists their Serbian forms.
|Hani i Elezit|
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