Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Yugoslavia)

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia refers to the foreign affairs ministry which was responsible for representing internationally the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1918 to 1945 and the communist SFR Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1992. It may also refer to the ministry which represented FR Yugoslavia between 1992 and 2006 (officially named Serbia and Montenegro 2003–2006).

List of ministers[edit]

Kingdom of Yugoslavia period (1918–1945)[edit]

Minister Image Party Term start Term end Lifespan
Ante Trumbić Ante Trumbić (2).jpg Non-party 7 December 1918 22 November 1920 1864–1938
Milenko Vesnić Milenko Vesnic facingright.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 22 November 1920 1 January 1921 1863–1921
Nikola Pašić Nikola Pasic cropped facingright.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 1 January 1921 5 January 1922 1845–1926
Momčilo Ninčić Momčilo Ninčić.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 5 January 1922 27 July 1924 1876–1949
Vojislav Marinković Vojislav Marinković.jpg Democratic Party (DS) 27 July 1924 6 November 1924 1876–1935
Momčilo Ninčić Momčilo Ninčić.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 6 November 1924 6 December 1926 1876–1949
Miloš Trifunović (acting) Miloš Trifunović.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 6 December 1926 24 December 1926 1871–1957
Ninko Perić Ninko Perić.jpg People's Radical Party (NRS) 24 December 1926 12 April 1927 1886–1961
Vojislav Marinković Vojislav Marinković.jpg Democratic Party (DS) 17 April 1927 3 July 1932 1876–1935
Bogoljub Jevtić Bogoljub jevtic right.jpg Yugoslav National Party (JNS) /
Yugoslav Radical Union (JRS)
3 July 1932 24 June 1935 1886–1960
Milan Stojadinović Milan Stojadinovic facingright.jpg Yugoslav Radical Union (JRS) 24 June 1935 5 February 1939 1888–1961
Aleksandar Cincar-Marković Aleksandar Cincar-Marković.jpg Yugoslav Radical Union (JRS) 5 February 1939 27 March 1941 1889–1952
Momčilo Ninčić (in exile) Momčilo Ninčić.jpg Yugoslav Radical Union (JRS) 27 March 1941 1 January 1943 1876–1949
Slobodan Jovanović
(acting, in exile)
Slobodan Jovanović.jpg Non-party 2 January 1943 26 June 1943 1869–1958
Milan Grol (in exile) Milan Grol.jpg Democratic Party (DS) 26 June 1943 10 August 1943 1876–1952
Božidar Purić (in exile) Bozidar Puric.jpg Non-party 10 August 1943 1 June 1944 1891–1977
Ivan Šubašić (in exile) Aj 10 03 01 subasic s.jpg Croatian Peasant Party (HSS) 1 June 1944 17 October 1945 1892–1955

SFR Yugoslavia period (1945–1992)[edit]

After the Communist Party of Yugoslavia took control of the country in 1945, most of the prewar ministers were removed from politics. Momčilo Ninčić, Bogoljub Jevtić, Milan Stojadinović, Slobodan Jovanović and Božidar Purić remained in exile. Miloš Trifunović, Milan Grol and Ivan Šubašić left politics.

Minister Image Party Term start Term end Lifespan
Josip Broz Tito (acting) Josip Broz Tito uniform portrait.jpg Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) 30 November 1945 31 January 1946 1892–1980
Stanoje Simić Stanoje Simič.jpg Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) 1 February 1946 31 August 1948 1893–1970
Edvard Kardelj Edvard Kardelj (5).jpg Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) 31 August 1948 14 January 1953 1910–1979
Koča Popović Koča Popović.jpg League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 15 January 1953 23 April 1965 1908–1992
Marko Nikezić Marko Nikezić (2).jpg League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 23 April 1965 25 December 1968 1921–1991
Mišo Pavićević (acting) No image.png League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 25 December 1968 25 April 1969 1915–1995
Mirko Tepavac Mirko Tepavac (1970).jpg League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 25 April 1969 1 November 1972 1922–2014
Jakša Petrić (acting) No image.png League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 1 November 1972 15 December 1972 1922–1993
Miloš Minić Miloš Minić.jpg League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 16 December 1972 17 May 1978 1914–2003
Josip Vrhovec Josip Vrhovec.jpg League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 17 May 1978 17 May 1982 1926–2006
Lazar Mojsov No image.png League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 17 May 1982 15 May 1984 1920–2011
Raif Dizdarević No image.png League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 15 May 1984 30 December 1987 1926–
Budimir Lončar No image.png League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) 31 December 1987 11 December 1991[1] 1924–
Milivoje Maksić (acting) No image.png Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 11 December 1991 28 April 1992 1928–2003

FR Yugoslavia period (1992–2006)[edit]

Following the breakup of Yugoslavia and the secession of four out of six constituent republic in the SFR Yugoslavia the remaining two (Serbia and Montenegro) established a federation in 1992 called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia). This lasted until 2003 when it was reconstituted as a political union called Serbia and Montenegro. In 2006 Montenegro declared independence and parted ways.

Minister Image Party Term start Term end Lifespan
Vladislav Jovanović Vladislav Jovanović Crop.jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 15 July 1992 30 September 1992 1933–
Ilija Đukić No image.png Democratic Party (DS) 30 September 1992 4 March 1993 1930–2002
Vladislav Jovanović Vladislav Jovanović Crop.jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 4 March 1993 15 August 1995 1933–
Milan Milutinović No image.png Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 15 August 1995 8 January 1998 1942–
Živadin Jovanović Živadin Jovanović Crop.jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 9 January 1998 4 November 2000 1938–
Goran Svilanović Goran Svilanović.jpg Civic Alliance of Serbia (GSS) 4 November 2000 16 April 2004 1963–
Vuk Drašković Vuk Draskovic by Kubik 01.JPG Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) 16 April 2004 4 June 2006 1946–

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://rulers.org/yuggov.html

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