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ISO 3166-2:RS

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ISO 3166-2:RS is the entry for Serbia in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Serbia, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for two levels of subdivisions:

The city Belgrade is the capital of the country and has special status equal to the districts.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is RS, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Serbia. The second part is either of the following:

  • two letters: autonomous provinces
  • two digits: city and districts

The digits for the city and districts are assigned as follows:

Before the dissolution of Serbia and Montenegro in 2006, Serbia was assigned the ISO 3166-2 code CS-SR under the entry for Serbia and Montenegro.

Current codes[edit]

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

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Autonomous provinces[edit]

Code Subdivision name (sr)
(UN III/11 1977)
Subdivision name (sr)
RS-KM  Kosovo-Metohija[1] Косово и Метохиja
RS-VO Vojvodina Vojvodina Војводина
  1. ^ The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. There is no ISO 3166 country code for Kosovo, however "XK", a self assigned code is used by many international organizations.

City and districts[edit]

Code Subdivision
name (sr)
(UN III/11 1977)
name (sr)
name (en)
Subdivision category Parent subdivision
RS-00 Beograd Београд Belgrade city
RS-14 Borski okrug Борски округ Bor district
RS-11 Braničevski okrug Браничевски округ Braničevo district
RS-23 Jablanički okrug Јабланички округ Jablanica district
RS-06 Južnobački okrug Јужнобачки округ South Bačka district RS-VO
RS-04 Južnobanatski okrug Јужнобанатски округ South Banat district RS-VO
RS-09 Kolubarski okrug Колубарски округ Kolubara district
RS-25 Kosovski okrug Косовски округ Kosovo district RS-KM
RS-28 Kosovsko-Mitrovački okrug Косовско-митровачки округ Kosovo-Mitrovica district RS-KM
RS-29 Kosovsko-Pomoravski okrug Косовско-поморавски округ Kosovo-Pomoravlje district RS-KM
RS-08 Mačvanski okrug Мачвански округ Mačva district
RS-17 Moravički okrug Моравички округ Moravica district
RS-20 Nišavski okrug Нишавски округ Nišava district
RS-24 Pčinjski okrug Пчињски округ Pčinja district
RS-26 Pećki okrug Пећки округ Peć district RS-KM
RS-22 Pirotski okrug Пиротски oкруг Pirot district
RS-10 Podunavski okrug Подунавски округ Podunavlje district
RS-13 Pomoravski okrug Поморавски округ Pomoravlje district
RS-27 Prizrenski okrug Призренски округ Prizren district RS-KM
RS-19 Rasinski okrug Расински округ Rasina district
RS-18 Raški okrug Рашки округ Raška district
RS-01 Severnobački okrug Севернобачки округ North Bačka district RS-VO
RS-03 Severnobanatski okrug Севернобанатски округ North Banat district RS-VO
RS-02 Srednjebanatski okrug Средњобанатски округ Central Banat district RS-VO
RS-07 Sremski okrug Сремски округ Srem district RS-VO
RS-12 Šumadijski okrug Шумадијски округ Šumadija district
RS-21 Toplički okrug Топлички округ Toplica district
RS-15 Zaječarski okrug Зајечарски округ Zaječar district
RS-05 Zapadnobački okrug Западнобачки округ West Bačka district RS-VO
RS-16 Zlatiborski okrug Златиборски округ Zlatibor district
  1. ^ a b For reference only, Serbian name in Cyrillic script not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.
  2. ^ For reference only, English name not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.


The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166–2 in 1998. ISO stopped issuing newsletters in 2013.

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-8 2007-04-17 Addition of a new country
(in accordance with ISO 3166-1 Newsletter V-12)
Subdivisions added:
1 city, 2 autonomous republics, 29 districts
Newsletter II-1 2010-02-03
Addition of the country code prefix as the first code element, administrative update

The following changes to the entry are listed on ISO's online catalogue, the Online Browsing Platform:

Effective date of change Short description of change (en)
2014-12-18 Alignment of the French short name lower case with UNTERM
2010-02-19 Addition of the country code prefix as the first code element, administrative update

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