Ilinka Mitreva

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Ilinka Mitreva
Илинка Митрева
Ilinka Mitreva.jpg
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Macedonia
In office
13 May 2001 – 23 November 2001
President Boris Trajkovski
Prime Minister Ljubčo Georgievski
Preceded by Srgjan Kerim
Succeeded by Slobodan Čašule
In office
1 November 2002 – 28 August 2006
President Boris Trajkovski
Ljupčo Jordanovski
Branko Crvenkovski
Prime Minister Branko Crvenkovski
Hari Kostov
Vlado Bučkovski
Preceded by Slobodan Čašule
Succeeded by Antonio Milošoski
Personal details
Born (1950-02-11) 11 February 1950 (age 67)
Skopje, SR Macedonia, SFR Yugoslavia
Citizenship  Macedonian
Political party Social Democratic Union

Ilinka Mitreva (Macedonian: Илинка Митрева) (born 11 February 1950 in Skopje) is a former foreign minister of the Republic of Macedonia. She was first appointed to that position in May 2001, but resigned in November 2001. However, she was reappointed in November 2002,[1] and held the position until August 2006, when a new government took office after parliamentary elections.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ilinka Mitreva, Columbia University World Leaders Forum, Retrieved February 15, 2011
  2. ^ (18 August 2006). Gruevski "shocked" public, party members with minister nominees, BBC Monitoring International Reports (from Makedonija Denes) ("Antonio Milososki, who should be [outgoing Foreign Minister] Ilinka Mitreva's successor, does not have a single day of work experience in diplomacy.")
Political offices
Preceded by
Slobodan Casule
Minister of Foreign Affairs
2002-2006
Succeeded by
Antonio Milososki
Preceded by
Srgjan Kerim
Minister of Foreign Affairs
2001-2001
Succeeded by
Slobodan Casule