Republika Srpska

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Republika Srpska
Република Српска
Republika Srpska
Flag Seal
Anthem: Моја Република[1]
Moja Republika
My Republic
Location of the Republika Srpska (orange) within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Location of the Republika Srpska (orange) within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Capital
Official languages
Government Parliamentary system
 -  President Milorad Dodik
 -  Prime Minister Željka Cvijanović
Legislature National Assembly
Formation
 -  Proclaimed 9 January 1992 
 -  Recognized as
part of Bosnia
and Herzegovina
14 December 1995 
Area
 -  Total 24,857 km2
9,597 sq mi
 -  Water (%) n/a
Population
 -  2013 census 1,326,991
 -  Density 53,3/km2
155/sq mi
Currency Convertible mark (BAM)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Calling code +387

Republika Srpska (RS) (Serbian/Bosnian/Croatian: Република Српска [РС]/Republika Srpska) is one of the two political parts that make Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other part is the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Map of the Regions of Republika Srpska

Regions[change | change source]

The Republika Srpska has seven main parts (regions). They are:

Region Municipalities Comments
1. Banja Luka Banja Luka (City status), Čelinac, Gradiška, Istočni Drvar, Jezero, Kneževo, Kostajnica, Kotor Varoš, Kozarska Dubica, Krupa na Uni, Kupres, Laktaši, Mrkonjić Grad, Novi Grad, Oštra Luka, Petrovac, Prijedor (City status), Ribnik, Srbac, Šipovo, Teslić
2. Doboj Brod, Derventa, Doboj (City status), Donji Žabar, Modriča, Pelagićevo, Petrovo, Prnjavor, Stanari, Šamac, Vukosavlje
3. Bijeljina Bijeljina (City status), Lopare, Ugljevik
4. Vlasenica Bratunac, Milići, Osmaci, Srebrenica, Šekovići, Vlasenica, Zvornik (City status)
5. Sarajevo-Romanija or Sokolac Han Pijesak, Istočna Ilidža, Istočno Novo Sarajevo, Istočni Stari Grad, Istočno Sarajevo (City status), Pale, Rogatica, Sokolac, Trnovo
6. Foča Čajniče, Foča, Kalinovik, Novo Goražde or Ustiprača, Rudo, Višegrad
7. Trebinje Berkovići, Bileća, Gacko, Istočni Mostar, Ljubinje, Nevesinje, Trebinje (City status)
Brčko District Brčko District is place controlled by Bosnia and Herzegovina instead.

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