Cvetko Rajović

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Cvetko Rajović
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Born
Died
NationalitySerbian
Occupationpolitician, ambassador

Cvetko Rajović (Serbian Cyrillic: Цветко Рајовић; Vukovići, Ravno, 1793 – Belgrade, 4 May 1873) was a Serbian judge[1] and politician who held the post of Prime Minister of Serbia, Minister of Internal Affairs[2] and Minister of Foreign Affairs.[3] Rajović was known as a staunch Obrenović dynasty supporter and the culprit of several plots aimed against the Karađorđević dynasty.[4] He went on a mission with Avram Petronijević to Saint Petersburg in 1830 to purchase a new state printing press,[5] which let to publishing of the official newspaper Novine Serbske edited by Dimitrije Davidović in early 1834.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ЗНАМЕНИТИ ТРЕБИЊЦИ: Цветко Рајовић - предсједник владе кнеза Милоша Обреновића". slobodnahercegovina.com. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  2. ^ "Stari Beograd - Savamala". www.staribeograd.com. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  3. ^ "Lista popečitelja i ministara inostranih poslova od obrazovanja prve vlade 1811. godine do današnjeg dana". www.mfa.rs. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  4. ^ "Finansisti u premijerskoj fotelji". Nedeljnik Vreme. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  5. ^ Nedeljković, Božidar V. (1966). Savremeno novinarstvo u svetu i kod nas (in Serbian). "Požarevac.
Government offices
Preceded by
Milan Bogićević
Minister of Internal Affairs
1840–1842
Succeeded by
Dragutin Franasović
Preceded by
Stevan Magazinović
Prime Minister of Serbia
1859–1860
Succeeded by
Filip Hristić
Preceded by
Stevan Magazinović
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1859–1860
Succeeded by
Filip Hristić