Although the former Yugoslavia was split into smaller states, this map that is spreading across the social networks shows that most of the former Yugoslav people actually have the same genes, that is, the same origins. This applies to Serbs, Croats, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonians...
This means that if the borders were set based on Y-DNA haplogroups, the groups that share the same ancestor, and not according to the political decisions, these nations would belong to the same state.
As you can see, our haplogroup I 2 is the most common in the Dinaric Alps in the Balkans and according to some studies, the highest people in the world live here, with an average height of 185.6 centimeters.
We are surrounded by an R1a that which is spread over the large area of Eurasia, stretching from Scandinavia, Central Europe, and southern Siberia to the south of Asia.
The following haplogroups can be seen from the map:
Haplogroup R1b - It is most commonly present in the countries of Western Europe, but also in some parts of Russia and Central Africa. Lower percentages can also be found in Eastern Europe, Western Asia, as well as parts of North Africa and Central Asia.
Haplogroup N - Widely spread throughout the north of Eurasia, and can be found in other areas, such as the southeast of Asia, the Pacific, Southwest Asia and southern Europe.
Haplogroup I1 - This haplogroup is the most common in Sweden and the west of Finland. 35-38 percent of men in Sweden has the I-M253, 32.8 percent of men in Denmark, 31.5 percent of men in Norway, and about 28 percent of men in Finland.
Haplogroup J1 - It is spread in many areas of the Middle East and parts of the Caucasus, Sudan, and Ethiopia. It is also possible to find it in the north of Africa, southern Europe, as well as among Jewish groups. It is rare, but it can be found in some parts of Europe, Central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent.
Haplogroup J2 - It is found in Western, Central and South Asia, parts of Europe and North Africa, but most common in Northwest Asia. It is believed that the haplogroup J2 originates from areas between the Caucasus, Mesopotamia, and Levant.
Haplogroup E - Most members of the haplogroup E-M96 belong to only one of the identified subgroups and this sample is extremely rare. E1a and E-M75 are found almost exclusively in Africa.
Haplogroup G - G - M201 is most often found in Georgia, and it can also be found among the minorities of the Caucasus population. They are found among the population of Europe, South, and Central Asia, as well as North Africa in small percentages.