(9) The former UN Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja, and Western Sirmium
in Croatia after the Balkan wars offers precedence for such a transitional authority under UN auspices.
The United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), the United Nations Mission in Haiti (UNMIH), and the United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium
(UNTAES) are first examples of this generation (Sigri & Basar, 2014).
Como senala la traductora, aunque el relato que conservamos comienza en los alrededores del Sinai, es de suponer que el viaje anterior, por Europa, hubiese seguido el recorrido que aparece en un Itinerario anonimo, fechado unas decadas antes (ano 333): Burdeos, Arles, Milan, Aquileia, Sirmium
, Sofia y Constantinopla.
UN Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranya and Western Sirmium
Today, the UNTAES (United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja, and Western Sirmium
) mission is virtually forgotten -- not because it failed, but because it succeeded.
But it wasn't until after Constantine's edict of Milan in 313 allowed the unrestricted freedom of Christian worship that an obscure bishopric was officially established in Syrmium (Sirmium
) in what is today Serbia, bordering the scarcely inhabited Pannonian wilderness, as the Romans called it.
The biggest exporter was Fiat Automobili Srbija, followed by the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS), Tigar Tyres from Pirot, HIP-Petrohemija Pancevo, Hemofarm Vrsac, RTB Bor, Gorenje, Ball, Targett, Yura, Impol Seval, Tetra Pak Production, Sirmium
Steel, Golden Lady - Valy, Leoni.
In 358, Liberius returned to his See after agreeing to condemn Athanasius, the cornerstone of Nicene orthodoxy, and to uphold the Formula of Sirmium
. It is quite likely that Liberius agreed not only to uphold the ambiguous First Formula of Sirmium
, which rejected Nicaea, but also to ascribe to the Third Formula, which favoured the term homoiousion (like the Father) rather than the Nicene term of homoousion (the same as the Father), when referring to the Son.