Standards and recommendations


  • ISO 214:1976, Documentation – Abstracts for publications and documentation. The standard offers instructions for the drafting and presentation of abstracts for documentation. ISO 214:1976 eqv SRPS A. C3.005:1981
  • ISO 639-1:2002 Codes for the representation of names of languages – Part 1: Alpha-2 code и ISO 639-2:1998 Codes for the representation of names of languages -- Part 2: Alpha-3 code Contains international abbreviations denoting the names of languages. ISO 639:1988 idt SRPS ISO 639:1992
  • ISO 690:1987 Documentation – Bibliographic references – Content, form and structure The standard defines the way of describing bibliographic items (books, magazines, articles, patent documents, etc.) while creating bibliographies, library catalogues, indexes, quotes in research papers, etc. ISO 690:1975 eqv SRPS Z. A4.023:1981
  • ISO 690–2:1997 Information and documentation – Bibliographic references – Part 2: Electronic documentas or parts thereof Defines the way for describing bibliographic units and their parts in the electronic format in the creation of bibliographies, library catalogues, indexes, quotes in research papers, etc.
  • ISO 999:1996 Information and documentation – Guidelines for the content, organization and presentation of indexes The standard defines the rules for making indexes for books, periodicals, reports, patent documents and other unpublished and published documents, as well as unpublished material such as electronic documents, films, audio recordings, video recordings, printed material, maps and 3D objects. ISO 999:1975 eqv SRPS Z. A4.060:1981
  • ISO 2788:1994 Documentation – Guidelines for the establishment and development of monolingual thesauri Defines the rules for making a professional horizontally and vertically structured dictionary, referencing one from the unaccepted to accepted terms and from the narrower to broader terms and to similar terms. ISO 2788:1986 eqv SRPS ISO 2788:1994
  • ISO 3166-1:2006 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions Part 1: Country codes и ISO 3166-3:199 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions -- Part 3: Code for formerly used names of countries international abbreviations for the former and current names of countries and their subdivisions. ISO 3166:1993 eqv SRPS I. B8.001:1996
  • ISO 5964:1985 Documentation – Gudelines for the ettablishment and development of multilingual thesauri 2788 standard. ISO 5964:1985 eqv SRPS ISO 5964:1994
  • ISO 5963:1985 Documentation – Methods for examining documents, determining their subjests, and selesting indexing terms ISO 5963:1985 idt SRPS ISO 5963:1994
  • ISO 8601:2004 Data elements and interchange formats – Information interchange – Representation of dates and times ISO 8601:1988 idt SRPS ISO 8601:1991
  • ISO 9001:2000 Quality management system – Requirements The standard stresses that each organization must establish, document, implement and maintain a quality management system in its operation. It also envisages the documentation requirements. ISO 9001:1994 idt SRPS ISO 9001:1996
  • ISO 9706:1994 Information and Documentation – Paper for documents – Requirements for permanence ISO 9706:1994 idt SRPS ISO 9706:1997
  • ISO 11108:1996 Information and documentation – Archival paper – Requirements for permanence and durability. The standard for the permanence and durability of the archival paper. In accordance with this standard, the paper must be made in a neutral-alkali environment, using high quality lignin-free fibers, with the appropriate mechanical resistance for office use.
  • ISO 11798:1999 Information and documentation – Permanence and durability of writing, printing and copying on paper – Requirements and test methods This standard includes provisions on the durability of writing in view of the effects of light, moisture, heat and mechanical action.
  • ISO 11800:1998 Information and documentation – Requirements for binding materials and methods used in the manufacture of books
  • ISO 14416:2003 Information and documentation – Requirements for binding of books, periodicals, serials and other paper documents for archive and library use – Methods and materials
  • ISO 15511:2003 Information and documentation – International Standard Identifier for Libraries and Related Organizations (ISIL) The aim of this standard is to define and promote standard markings for the purpose of the standard identification of libraries and related organizations.
  • IISO 15924:2004 Information and documentation – Codes for the representation of names of scripts
  • ISO 8879:1986 Information processing – Text and office systems – Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)
  • ISO/IEC 9075:2003 Information technology – Database languages – SQL – Part 1, 2 and 11 The standard defines the SQL language for work with databases, used for the definition of data structure and operations that may be applied on data contained in these structures. The minimum requirements are defined in the Parts 1, 2 and 11 of this standard. The other parts are its expansions.
  • ISO/IEC TR 9294:2005 Information technology – Guidelines for the management of software documentation The standard offers instructions for the management of software documents for managers in charge of producing software or software-based products. The purpose of these instructions is to create effective documents and the principles themselves can be applied on both the simplest and most complex software. All levels of software life cycle have been included. ISO/IEC TR 9294:1990 idt SRPS ISO/IECTR9294:1997
  • ISO/IEC TR 9573–11:2004 Information processing – SGML support facilities – Part 11: Structure descriptions and style specifications for standards document interchange. Defines the structure of documents and style specifications for the needs of the ISO standard interchange of documents.
  • ISO/IEC TR 9573:1988 Information processing – SGML support facilities – Techniques for using SGML The main purpose of this standard is to ensure a simple exchange of metadata between different phases of an application lifecycle.
  • ISO 12654:1997 Electronic imaging recommendations for the management of electronic recording systems for the recording of documents that may be required as evidence, on WORM Optical Disk Provides general technical recommendations and advice to assist organizations which have adopted and implement the technology of optical storage of documents.
  • ISO 14721:2003 Space data and information transfer systems – Open archival information system – Reference model The standard for the establishment of a system for the archiving of classical and digital recordings. The recommended model refers to the entire course of archiving of recordings, from their creation, archiving, data management, to accessibility and reactivation. The model can be used in any archive and institution which keeps recordings for a long time.
  • ISO 15836:2003 Information and documentation – The Dublin core metadata element set Presents the elements of metadata intended for describing electronic documents and conducting web searches.
  • ISO/IEC 16448:2002 Information technology – 120 mm DVD – Read-only disk The standard specifies mechanical, physical and optical characteristics of DVDs and use and storage conditions.
  • ISO/IEC 16824:1999 Information technology – 120 mm DVD rewritable disk (DVD-RAM) The standard specifies mechanical, physical and optical characteristics of DVDs and use and storage conditions.
  • ISO/IEC 18019:2004 Software and system engineering – Guidelines for the design and preparation of user documentation for application software The standard describes how to determine the information needed by the user, how to determine the way of presentation of the information and how to prepare documents on this basis.
  • ISO/TR 18492:2005 Long-term preservation of electronic document-based information The standard ensures a practical long-term preservation method in cases when the preservation period exceeds the expected duration of a technology (hardware and software) used in the creation and use of the information.
  • ISO 19005–1:2005 Document management – Electrоnic document file format for long-term preservation – Part 1: Use of PDF 1.4 (PDF/A-1) Defines the PDF-based file format, which ensures the mechanism for the presentation of an electronic document in such a way that the visual presentation of the document stands the test of time and does not depend on the tools and systems used in its creation and preservation.
  • ISO 23081.1:2004 Information and documentation – Records management processes – Metadata for records – Part 1: Principles Principles for the creation, use and management of metadata included in the15489 standard: Records Management.
  • ISO/IEC 26300:2006 Information technology – Open document format for office applications (Open Document) v1.0 (Defines the XML scheme for office applications and their semantics. The scheme is suitable for business documents and includes, but is not limited to, text documents, tables, graphics and graphic documents, such as sketches and presentations.
  • IEC 82045–2:2004 Document management – Part 2: Metadata elements and information reference model Contains a lengthy list of standardized document management metadata. This standard provides a framework for the exchange of information and base for the implementation of a document management system. It also ensures a standardized DTD, based on the XML language.
  • ISO 15489-1:2001 Information and documentation – Records management – Part 1: General и ISO/TR 15489-2:2001 Information and documentation -- Records management – Part 2: Guidelines This standard was derived from the Australian AS 4390 standard which was intended for records management. The standard refers to the management of records in any format and on any medium, created during the work of a public or private organization, or any private person who has the obligation to keep their archive holdings. The standard provides basic guidelines on how to store, process and use documentation (metadata) in any enterprise and institution at the state and local levels. This standard makes it an obligation for the creators of archival holdings to give organized and processed documents to the archives.
  • ISAD(G) 2:2000 General International Standard Archival Description The standard contains general rules for describing archival holdings. The goal of the standard is to identify and explain the context and contents of the archival material in order to facilitate its accessibility to users and easily create a single information system within one or several archives. PDF
  • ISAAR(CPF) 2:2004 International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families The international standard providing guidelines for making archival descriptions of legal and physical persons and families (creators of archival holdings). The main goal of this standard is to determine the general rules for making descriptions of the creators of records and context in which the records were created in order to facilitate the access to archival holdings and in order make it easy for the users to understand the context of creation and use of material, its meaning and importance, and in order to understand relations between the previous creators of holdings especially in the cases when legal persons underwent administrative changes and individuals and families underwent personal changes. The standard should also ensure an exchange of information pertaining to these descriptions among institutions, systems and networks. The purpose of the standard is to make uniform guides through archival funds. PDF
  • EAD DTD:2002 Encoded Archival Description – Document Type Definitions A standardized set of semantic rules and syntax for coding in the SGML (Standardized General Markup Language) or XML (Extensible Markup Language) for the purpose of web access and data search and exchange. Originally developed in the United States, it has become popular on the international level and is used for the web exchange of heterogeneous archival multilayer descriptions. It is used in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia.
  • ISDF:2007 International Standard for Describing Functions The standard provide instructions for preparing a description of functions of corporate bodies in connection with the creation and use of archives. These descriptions clarify who has implemented a certain function/activity, how and why, when the function/activity started and when it stopped. The separation of the information about the functions from the information about the creators and description of the holdings makes it possible to reduce the repetition of information and to make flexible archival descriptions. PDF
  • ISIAH:2008 International Standard For Institutions with Archival Holdings The goal of this standard is to enable the description of institutions whose main function is to preserve archival holdings and make it easier for the general public to access them. Since archives may be owned by other cultural institutions (libraries, museums), families or individuals, this standard or its subgroup may be applied on them, i.e. it is not limited only to classical archives. PDF
  • AACR 2:2002 Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (Rules for the processing of all types of library material, from books to CDs. It is used in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. It provides detailed instructions for the processing of library material during the making of catalogues and bibliographies. P>
  • ISBD(G) International Standard Bibliographic Description – General Provides the standard structure for describing all types of library material. The other special standards originate from this standard. All ISBD standards are used in the making of library catalogues and bibliographies (either in the printed or electronic form) and they have been made in order to standardize the bibliographic description of library material under the condition of introduction of automated data processing and search.
  • ISBD(M) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Monographic Publications Regulates the ways for describing and identifying monographic publications (books and brochures issued after 1801), determines the order of descriptive elements and system of punctuation in the description.
  • ISBD(A) International Standard Bibliographic Description – Antiquarian The standard is intended for the description and identification of monographic publications issued before 1801.
  • ISBD(CR) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Continuing Resources This standard determines the order of description elements and punctuation system for bibliographic sources that are issued without intended termination and those sources that are issued in consecutive numbered volumes.
  • ISBD(CM) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Cartographic Material Determines the order of description elements and punctuation system for the identification of all types of holdings which represent, in whole or partly, the Earth or any other celestial body in any scale (e.g.: 2- or 3-D maps, aeronautical and navigational maps, maps of the sky, globes, atlases and similar cartographic material).
  • ISBD(NBM) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Non Book Material Determines specific identification requirements and punctuation system for the description of the material other than books (video recordings, video projections, printed material in the form of posters, postcards, lithography, puzzles, etc., audio recordings, microfilms, films, holograms, etc.).
  • ISBD(CP) International Standard Bibliographic Description of Component Parts Provides a predetermined order of elements and punctuation system for the description of articles published within monographic and serial publications.
  • ISBD(PM) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Printed Music Determines the order of elements and punctuation system for the description of printed music.
  • ISBD(ER) International Standard Bibliographic Description for Electronic Resources Determines conditions for the description, identification and punctuation in the processing of material that requires peripheral devices (e.g. CD-ROM reader). It refers to the generally available sources, including those accessed through networks or telecommunications.
  • GARR Guidelines for Authority Records and References The guidelines provide a detailed determination of requirements for presenting the information that refers to references in the printed, micro and machine-readable formats. These include references to persons, collective bodies, and single titles of anonymous classical books and serial publications. These instructions are used in the processing of archival holdings.
  • GSARE Guidelines for Subject Authority and Reference Entries The subject matter of these instructions is the standard arrangement of elements and punctuation for the normative entries (unified references to persons, collective bodies, titles, geographical and subject references); reference entries (referring to different variants of the reference, to a unified reference or similar references) and interpretative entries (referring to different types of references that should be sought in the form of suggestions). These instructions are also used in the processing of archival holdings.
  • UNIMARC Format for normative data created for the purpose of facilitating the international exchange of normative data in the machine-readable form between national bibliographic agencies. This format determines the tags, tag indicators and identifiers used in normative records and the records of reference and interpretative units in the machine-readable form.

International standards

  • IFLA Principles for the Care and Handling of Library material It contains recommendations for the processing, use, storing, protection, transport, exhibiting of the traditional (hardcopy) photographs and films, audio-visual, magnetic and optical recordings and their copying for the purpose of protection by photocopying, microfilming and digitalization.
  • ISO 11799:2003 Information and documentation – Document storage requirements for archive and library materials The standard provides the requirements for rooms used as the storage facility for archive and library materials: construction, place, installations and equipment.
  • ISO 18902:2001 Imaging materials – Processed photographic films, plates and papers – Filing enclosures and storage containers
  • ISO 18911:2000 Imaging materials – Processed safety photographic films – Storage practices The ways and conditions for keeping photographic films are being defined as well as the way of processing, using and viewing films. The standard does not refer to nitrate films.
  • ISO 18918:2000 Imaging materials – Processed photographic plates – Storage practices use and viewing of photographic plates. The recommendations are provided in two levels – medium (average) for a shorter life (of at least 10 years) and a stricter criterion for the archive storage (longer life).
  • ISO 18920:2000 Imaging materials – Photografic reflection prints – Storage practices The standard defines the way for the storage, protection and use of photographs. The general conditions for the storage of photographs, form and quality of protective sleeves and boxes, depot equipment and microclimatic conditions within them are defined.
  • ISO 18921:2002 Imaging materials – Compact disc (CD-ROM) – Method for estimating the life expectancy based on the effect of temperature and relative humidity The standard provides recommendations and results of testing of the age of compact disks in view of the change of temperature and relative humidity.
  • ISO 18923:2000 Imaging materials – Polyester-base magnetic tape – Storage practices It provides recommendations on the way and conditions of storage, use and protection of magnetic tapes.
  • ISO 18925:2002 Imaging materials – Optical disc media – Storage practices It prescribes conditions for storing optical disks for the audio, visual and computer purposes, as well as the ways of handling, inspecting and cleaning them. It explains only the effects of temperature ad relative humidity on them, and not the effect of the light, polluted air and other threats.
  • ISO 18927:2002 Imaging materials – Recordable compact disc system-method for estimating the life expectancy based on the effect of temperature and relative humidity It defines the results of age tests for recordable compact disks on which data cannot be altered in view of the effects of temperature and relative humidity.
  • ISO 18928:2002 Imaging materials – Unprocessed photographic films and papers – Storage practices The requirements for the unprocessed and processed photographic material are similar, but there are also some differences that are defined under this standard.
  • ISO 18934:2006 Imaging materials – Multiple media archives – Storage environment This standard refers to the storage conditions in case that different media are kept in the same space. This standard does not replace any previous standards referring to storage conditions for a particular medium, such as paper.

National standards

  • ANSI/NISO Z39.79–2001 Environmental Conditions for Exibiting Library and Archival Material. American National Standards Institute / National Information Standards Organization. The American national standard on the influence of external factors on the exhibited library and archival material. Specific parameters are proposed for the maximum allowed exposure of material to light, relative humidity, temperature, polluted air, material exhibition boxes are made of, way of exhibiting bound and unbound material and other problems regarding transport, protection and insurance of exhibited material.
  • AFNOR CG46/CN10Z40L:2002 Prescriptions de conservation des documents graphiques et photographiques dans le cadre d`une exposition / Association francaise de normalisation. The French national standard on the storage and exhibition of archival and library material.
  • BS 1006 British Blue Wool Standard. The standard on the exhibiting of archival documents, on the allowed intensity of light and protection from UV rays, made on the basis of experiments on blue wool.
  • BS 5454:2000 Recommendation for the Storage and Exhibition of Archival Documents The British national standard in which special attention was dedicated to the old and new areas for the storage of archival documents. It provides the basic recommendations for the construction and equipping of depots with the appropriate alarms and equipment for the storage and exhibition of material (mostly on paper and parchment).
  • NIST SP (National Institute of Standards and Technology – Special Publications) 500–252:2003 Care and Handling of CDs and DVDs – A Guide for Librarians and Archivists The Guide provides the ways for using CDs and DVDs, their life span, climatic effects on these media and the ways for maintaining and cleaning them.
  • UNI-NORMAL 10969:2001 Enviromental conditions for conservation. General principles for the choise and control of indoor enviromental parameters. Part 1: Microclimate Cultural Heritage Regulation / Italian National Standardisation Body. The Italian national standard that determines the general microclimatic conditions for storing cultural heritage indoors, in places such as museums, galleries, archives and libraries.

International standards

  • ISO 12231:2005 Photography – Electronic still picture imaging – Vocabulary It defines the terms that refer to the imaging of photographs.

National standards

  • SRPS Z. E0.002:1984 Micrographics: TERMS AND DEFINITIONS General Terms. It determines the terms and definitions of general terms used in micrographics. It is in line with ISO 6196/1 of 1982.
  • SRPS Z. E0.002:1984 Micrographics: TERMS AND DEFINITIONS Image positioning and methods of recording. It determines the terms and definitions used in micrographics, which refer to the image positioning on film and methods of recording. It is in line with ISO 6196/2 of 1982.
  • SRPS Z. E0.100:1985 Micrographics SYMBOLS IN MICROGRAPHICS. It determines the graphic symbols in micrographics
  • SRPS Z. E0.200:1974 Microfilms GENERAL DIMENSIONS, CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE. It clarifies the meaning of some terms used in micrographics, speaks about the general characteristics of film: dimensions, nomenclature, forms, types and generations.
  • SRPS Z. E2.010:1974 Code of practice and use of microfilms of permanent value. It defines the conditions for keeping and handling black and white microfilms (16 mm and 35 mm).
  • SRPS Z. E7.010:1974 Microfilms: MICROFILMING OF ENGINEERING DRAWINGS, TECHNICAL PROCEEDING OF RECORDING. It defines the way of microfilming, i.e. obtaining first generation films (placing one or several originals together and the allowed deviations in the position).
  • SRPS Z. E7.011:1974 Microfilming, reduction ratios for recording. It defines the reduction ratios for microfilming (reproduction and enlargement of recordings are frequently not made in the original proportions).
  • SRPS Z. E7.012:1974 Microfilm MICROFILMING OF ENGINEERING DRAWINGS, DIVISION SYSTEM OF DRAWINGS FOR RECORDING. It defines the way of microfilming drawings in parts. When drawings larger than A0 format are recorded on a 35 mm film, they are microfilmed in parts.
  • SRPS Z. E7.013:1974 Microfilm technics, APERTURE CARD FOR FILM 35mm, MOUNTING CARD. It defines the measures of the aperture card (card with a slot for the microfilm). The aperture card is used as the microfilm carrier. A microfilm card is an aperture card with the inserted microfilm.
  • SRPS Z. E7.014:1974 Microfilm RE-ENLARGEMENT RATIOS FOR REPRODUCTION FROM RECORDINGS ON MICROFILM 35 mm. It defines the conditions for the making of readable reproductions of the appropriate enlargement from a recording on the non-perforated 35 mm film.
  • SRPS Z. E7.015:1974 Microfilm TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS OF RECORDING FOR DOCUMENTS WRITTEN BY HAND 35 mm and 16 mm. It regulates the recording of handwritten or printed, bound or unbound documents on a 16-mm and 35-mm film for libraries and archives.
  • SRPS Z. E8.010:1974 Microfilm ISO-TESTS FOR REPROGRAPHIC USE, TYPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTER FOR LEGIBILITY TESTS (ISO-Character). It regulates the character for legibility tests in order to avoid any subjectivity. A character is regarded as legible if the position of its internal lines can be clearly seen.
  • SRPS Z. E8.011:1974 Microfilm TESTS FOR REPROGRAPHIC USE, FUNDAMENTAL ASSEMBLY OF TYPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTERS FOR LEGIBILITY TESTS. It regulates the shape, size and position of test fields for legibility tests.
  • SRPS Z. E8.014:1974 Microfilm TEST FOR MICROFILMING OF TECHNICAL DRAWINGS. It provides a table for the testing of microfilms of technical drawings recorded under the SRPS Z. E8.010 and 011 standards.
  • SRPS Z. E8.015:1974 Microfilm DIAZO-DUPLICATES. The standard defines the quality of contact copies made by duplicating microfilm.
  • SRPS Z. E8.017:1974 Microfilm DETERMINATION OF DIFFUSE TRANSMISSION DENSITY. It defines the sensitometric conditions and methods for measuring optical density of propulsive diffuse environments. ISO/R 5
  • SRPS Z. E8.018:1984 Micrographics MICROTEST: DESCRIPTION AND USE OF CHECKING A READING APPARATUS. The subject matter of this standard is the definition of micro tests and implementation of a procedure for determining the legibility of images on reading devices (microreaders). The standard deals only with legibility and not with other characteristics of the image (such as gloss, contrast, diffusion...) ISO 446–1975 and ISO689 of 1975
  • SRPS H. J0.020:1968 Sensitized photographic materials. TERMS RELATING TO MICROCOPIES AND THEIR BASES. It defines the professional terms which will be used in making our standards that refer to microcopies and their bases. ISO R 260 of 1962
  • SRPS H. J0.100:1968 Sensitized photographic materials. PACKING SIZES. It defines the size of packing units of sensitized photographic materials depending on their format. ISO R 425 of 1965
  • SRPS A. A0.107:1985 Technical drawings. REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROCOPYING. It determines the technical conditions that must be met in creating technical drawings and other technical documents in order for them to be used as originals in microfilming. ISO 6428 of 1982

Abbreviations in references to Serbian and international standards:

idt = The Serbian standard for which this abbreviation is used in reference to the international standard is actually the translation of the letter from the beginning to the end, without any modifications in the editing or technical contents;

eqv =The Serbian standard for which this abbreviation is used in reference to an international or foreign standard completely corresponds to the standard for which this reference is provided;

neq = The Serbian standard for which this abbreviation is used in reference to an international or foreign standard somewhat (more or less) differs both in editing and technical contents from this international or foreign standard.




1. MoReq:2001 Model Requirements for the management of Electronic Records MoReq specification The specification covers a wide spectrum of requirements and is intended for public and private organizations that wish to introduce or properly revise the ESUD system (electronic document management system). If implemented, the requirements included in the MoReq specification should result in an electronic document management system which would have the desired degree of reliability and completeness.

2. Recommendation No. R (2000) 13 of the Committee of Ministers to Member States on a European Policy on Access to Archives The Recommendation stresses the need for harmonizing legal norms that treat the accessibility of archival holdings and in that sense offers principles and procedures which should be observed in the process. The Recommendation, among other things, stresses that the main principles on the accessibility of archival holdings should be included in laws, that the accessibility rules should be applied equally throughout the country, that a favored position of any category of users should be prevented, that the free use of archival holdings and means of information is the foundation of the accessibility of archival holdings, etc.

3. Recommendation Rec (2002) 2 of the Committee of Ministers and explanatory memorandum Access to official documents The Recommendation refers only to official documents that are kept by public authorities, and the principles which should be observed under the Recommendation are as follows: to guarantee the right of access to all, to precisely quote any limitations in legal regulations, not making it an obligation for the person making the request to quote the reasons for wanting to access official documents, free of charge accessibility, etc.

4. Recommendation Rec(2003)15 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on archiving of electronic documents in the legal sector The aim of the Recommendation is to draw the attention of member-states (specifically organizations in the legal sector and archiving services) to the risks and problems or archival storage of electronic documents on the one hand and on the other to point at the principles which should be observed to find a suitable solution for the archival storage of electronic documents in the legal sector.

Date of last change: 22. 02. 2022

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