Jozef Moravčík

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Jozef Moravčík
Mayor of the City of Bratislava
In office
1998–2002
Preceded by Peter Kresánek
Succeeded by Andrej Ďurkovský
2nd Prime Minister of Slovakia
In office
16 March 1994 – 13 December 1994
Preceded by Vladimír Mečiar
Succeeded by Vladimír Mečiar
2nd Foreign Minister of Slovakia
In office
19 March 1993 – 14 March 1994
Preceded by Milan Kňažko
Succeeded by Eduard Kukan
Personal details
Born (1945-03-19) 19 March 1945 (age 69)
Očová, Slovak Republic
Political party Public Against Violence (1990-1992)
HZDS (1992-1994)
Democratic Union (1994-2000)

Jozef Moravčík (born 19 March 1945) is a Slovak diplomat and political figure. He served as the Prime Minister of Slovakia from 16 March 1994 to 13 December 1994, and later as the Mayor of Bratislava.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Jiří Dienstbier
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia
July 1992 – December 1992
Succeeded by
Dissolution of Czechoslovakia
Preceded by
Vladimír Mečiar
Prime Minister of Slovakia
March 1994 – December 1994
Succeeded by
Vladimír Mečiar
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Jiří Dienstbier
Czechoslovakia
Chairman-in-Office of the OSCE
1992
Succeeded by
Margaretha af Ugglas
Sweden