Boro Vučinić

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Boro Vučinić
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Boro Vučinić at The Pentagon in 2007
National Security Agency
Assumed office
1 March 2012
Prime Minister Igor Lukšić
Preceded by Vladan Joković
Minister of Defence
In office
10 November 2006 – 1 March 2012
Prime Minister Milo Đukanović
Preceded by Milo Đukanović
Succeeded by Milica Pejanović-Đurišić
Personal details
Born 1954
Titograd, SR Montenegro, Yugoslavia
Political party Democratic Party of Socialists
Alma mater University of Montenegro
Occupation Lawyer

Boro Vučinić (born 1954 in Titograd) is the current head of the Montenegrin National Security Agency, as well as the former Minister of Defense and the former Minister of Urban Planning of Montenegro.

As Minister of Urban Planning Vučinić was involved the sale of an old ship repair yard on the Adriatic Sea, the first major privatization deal of Montenegro since the independence from Serbia.[1]

He has a master's degree and is married with four children.


  1. ^ "Adriatic shipyard sold as site of resort complex". International Herald Tribune. October 25, 2006. Retrieved 2008-08-27. 

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