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Who is Nebojsa Rodic, Serbia’s new ambassador to Montenegro?

September 2, 2023

Nebojsa Rodic will be the new ambassador of Serbia in Montenegro, "Vijesti" reported.

Rodic was appointed Serbian ambassador to Austria in June 2018, and before that, in September 2014 he was appointed Serbian ambassador to Azerbaijan, Istinomer wrote.

He was born in 1953 in Sabac.

He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade in 1977, passed the bar exam in 1979, received his master’s degree in 2000, and his doctorate in 2008.

According to Istinomer, he was the secretary of the Republican Election Commission from 1997, as well as the secretary of the Commission for the Implementation of the Referendum on Foreign Mediation in the Resolution of Kosovo (1998).

Serbian Government appointed him in August 2012 as the head of the Security and Information Agency (BIA).

While serving as head of BIA, information appeared that Rodic was the secretary of the Republican Election Commission in 1996 and 1997, when the then opposition accused the Commission of stealing the elections, Istinomer wrote.

In the reformed Government of the Republic of Serbia, in September 2013, he was elected Minister of Defence. He held this position until April 2014.

Source:  https://n1info.rs/english/news/who-is-nebojsa-rodic-serbia-s-new-ambassador-to-montenegro/

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