Vlajko Stojiljković

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Vlajko Stojiljković
Влајко Стојиљковић
Minister of Internal Affairs
In office
15 April 1997 – 11 October 2000
Preceded by Zoran Sokolović
Succeeded by Slobodan Tomović
Božidar Prelević
Stevan Nikčević
(as co-ministers)
Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia
In office
15 April 1997 – 24 March 1998
Prime Minister Mirko Marjanović
Preceded by Nedeljko Šipovac
Succeeded by Milovan Bojić
Personal details
Born 1937
Mala Krsna, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Died 13 April 2002(2002-04-13)
Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality Serbian
Profession Lawyer

Vlajko Stojiljković (born in 1937 in Mala Krsna, Smederevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia - died April 13, 2002) was Yugoslavia's Minister of Internal Affairs from 1997 until the deposal of Slobodan Milošević.

Prior to that he was the Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs. On 24 May 1999, he was charged with crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war. Stojiljković shot himself on the steps of the Parliament building in Belgrade in 2002.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Nedeljko Šipovac
Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia
1997-1998
Succeeded by
Milovan Bojić
Preceded by
Zoran Sokolović
Minister of Internal Affairs
1997-2000
Succeeded by
Slobodan Tomović
Božidar Prelević
Stevan Nikčević
(as co-ministers)