Countries

Quick Facts Western Balkan States (countries of the former Yugoslavia): 

In all six countries evangelical Christians represent less than one percent of population. Most of these impoverished people have never heard of Jesus Christ and are tied to the confines of religion and tradition: Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Muslim.


BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA

Population: 3.3 million

Capital: Sarajevo (pop. 343,000)

Average Monthly Income: US $829

Religions: Islam (40%), Orthodox (31%), Roman Catholic (17%)


CROATIA

Population: 4 million

Capital: Zagreb (pop. 806,000)

Average Monthly Income: US $2,220

Religions: Roman Catholic (72%), Orthodox (15%), Muslim (5%)


MACEDONIA

Population: 2.1 million

Capital: Skopje (pop. 630,000)

Average Monthly Income: US $550

Religions: Orthodox (67%), Muslim (25%)


MONTENEGRO

Population: 622,000

Capital: Podgorica (pop. 186,000)

Average Monthly Income: US $500

Religions: Orthodox (69%), Muslim (19%), Roman Catholic (4%)


SERBIA


Population: 7 million

Capital: Belgrade (pop. 1.37 million)

Average Monthly Income: US $430

Religions: Orthodox (67%), Muslim (17%), Roman Catholic (4%)


SLOVENIA

Population: 2 million

Capital: Ljubljana (pop. 279,600)

Average Monthly Income: US $2,490

Religions: Roman Catholic (70%), Atheist (4%)