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Miloš Minić

Miloš Minić
Милош Минић
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5th President of Serbia
As President of the People's Assembly of
SR Serbia
In office
6 May 1967 – 6 May 1969
Preceded byDušan Petrović
Succeeded byDragoslav Marković
50th Prime Minister of Serbia
As President of the Executive Council of PR Serbia
In office
6 April 1957 – 9 June 1962
Preceded byJovan Veselinov
Succeeded bySlobodan Penezić Krcun
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia
In office
16 December 1972 – 17 May 1978
PresidentJosip Broz Tito
Preceded byJakša Petrić (acting)
Succeeded byJosip Vrhovec
57th Mayor of Belgrade
In office
1955–1957
Preceded byĐurica Jojkić
Succeeded byĐurica Jojkić
Personal details
Born28 August 1914
Čačak, Serbia
Died5 September 2003(2003-09-05) (aged 89)
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
NationalitySerb
Political partyKPJ
Spouse(s)Milka Minić
Alma materUniversity of Belgrade
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Miloš Minić (Милош Минић) (28 August 1914, Preljina, Čačak, Kingdom of Serbia – 5 September 2003, Belgrade, Serbia-Montenegro) was a Yugoslav Serbian communist politician.

Biography

Minić graduated from secondary school in Čačak, then from the University of Belgrade's Law School. From 1935 he was a member of the then-illegal Young Communist League of Yugoslavia (SKOJ), as well as the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ), holding senior positions in both organizations. During the Partisans war against Germany and Italy, Minić held both party and military posts from 1941.[citation needed]

After the liberation of Serbia from Nazi occupation, he was the head of Department for the Protection of the People's Belgrade branch, then public prosecutor of Serbia and representative of the military prosecutor of the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA). He then held several posts in the Yugoslavian and Serbian government. He was the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia from December 16, 1972 to May 17, 1978, and during this time signed the Treaty of Osimo which determined the border between Italy and Yugoslavia.[citation needed]

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