Luboš Dobrovský

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Luboš Dobrovský
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Minister of Defence
In office
18 October 1990 – 2 July 1992
Prime Minister Marián Čalfa
Preceded by Miroslav Vacek
Succeeded by Imrich Andrejčák
Czech Republic Ambassador to Russia
In office
1996–2000
President Václav Havel
Preceded by Rudolf Slánský Jr.
Succeeded by Jaroslav Bašta
Personal details
Born (1932-02-03) 3 February 1932 (age 82)
Kolín, Czechoslovakia

Luboš Dobrovský (born Luboš Hamerschlag, 3 February 1932) is a Czech journalist and politician of Jewish origin,[1] former Czechoslovak Minister of Defence.

Dobrovský was member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and journalist of the Czechoslovak Radio between 1959 and 1968.[2] He signed Charta 77 in the 1970s and served as a spokesman of the Civic Forum in 1989. Between October 1990 and June 1992 he was the Czechoslovak minister of defence. Later served as director of the Office of the Czech President Václav Havel. Between 1996 and 2000 he was the Czech Ambassador in Moscow.[3]

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Government offices
Preceded by
Miroslav Vacek
Minister of Defence of Czechoslovakia
1990–1992
Succeeded by
Imrich Andrejčák