Jaroslav Šedivý

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Jaroslav Šedivý
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2nd Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech republic
In office
8 November 1997 – 17 July 1998
Prime Minister Josef Tošovský
Preceded by Josef Zieleniec
Succeeded by Jan Kavan
Personal details
Born (1929-11-12) November 12, 1929 (age 85)
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Nationality Czech Republic Czech
Political party Independent
Alma mater Charles University
Profession Politician

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.[1] 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jaroslav Šedivý. Accessed 2009-02-22.