|2nd Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech republic|
8 November 1997 – 17 July 1998
|Prime Minister||Josef Tošovský|
|Preceded by||Josef Zieleniec|
|Succeeded by||Jan Kavan|
November 12, 1929 |
|Alma mater||Charles University|
Jaroslav Šedivý (12 November 1929–) served as the second Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, from 8 November 1997 until 17 July 1998. A historian, Šedivý was active in the Charta 77 dissident movement against the communist regime. His son Jiří Šedivý served as Minister of Defense in 2006 - 2007.
- Jaroslav Šedivý. Accessed 2009-02-22.
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