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Budimir Loncar

Foreign Minister

Yugoslav National Army

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Yugoslav National Army

Background Information

Employment History

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Honorary President, President

SFR Yugoslavia


Ambassador

SFRY


Affiliations

UN

Special Representative of the Secretary-General


Non-Aligned Movement

Active Member


Web References(59 Total References)


the Slovenian

theslovenian.com [cached]

As Woodward suggested, Yugoslav Foreign Minister Budimir Loncar explicitly sought help in mediating the political crisis from the EC instead of the U.S.A., in the hope that this would energize political support for the federal governments pro-Europe reforms and counteract mounting sympathy for Slovenia and Croatia.
Already on 14 February 1991, Slovene Prime Minister Peterle met with President of the European Parliament Enrique Baron and member of the European Commission Abel Juan Matutes and made them acquainted with Slovene attempts to achieve independence and with the Slovenian wish to become a full member of the EC.75 On 4 April 1991 the EC troika foreign ministers of Luxembourg (Poos), Netherlands (van den Broek), and Italy (de Michelis) visited Belgrade, where they met Markovic and Loncar and expressed the anxiety of the EC about the events in Yugoslavia; on this occasion they did not want to meet with representatives of Croatia and Slovenia.76 Yugoslav Foreign Minister Budimir Loncar warned members of the conference that dissolution of Yugoslavia would destabilize other parts of Europe also. Loncar warned that if Yugoslavia disintegrated, new states would be established which will permanently fight each other and will be shaken by ethnic rivalries. During the meeting OSCE also held intensive discussions among the foreign ministers of Germany (Genscher), the U.S.A. (Baker), the Soviet Union (Bessmertnych), and Yugoslavia (Loncar).


the Slovenian

www.theslovenian.com [cached]

As Woodward suggested, Yugoslav Foreign Minister Budimir Loncar explicitly sought help in mediating the political crisis from the EC instead of the U.S.A., in the hope that this would energize political support for the federal government's pro-Europe reforms and counteract mounting sympathy for Slovenia and Croatia.
Already on 14 February 1991, Slovene Prime Minister Peterle met with President of the European Parliament Enrique Baron and member of the European Commission Abel Juan Matutes and made them acquainted with Slovene attempts to achieve independence and with the Slovenian wish to become a full member of the EC.75 On 4 April 1991 the EC "troika" foreign ministers of Luxembourg (Poos), Netherlands (van den Broek), and Italy (de Michelis) visited Belgrade, where they met Markovic and Loncar and expressed the anxiety of the EC about the events in Yugoslavia; on this occasion they did not want to meet with representatives of Croatia and Slovenia.76 Yugoslav Foreign Minister Budimir Loncar warned members of the conference that dissolution of Yugoslavia would destabilize other parts of Europe also. Loncar warned that if Yugoslavia disintegrated, new states would be established "… which will permanently fight each other and will be shaken by ethnic rivalries. During the meeting OSCE also held intensive discussions among the foreign ministers of Germany (Genscher), the U.S.A. (Baker), the Soviet Union (Bessmertnych), and Yugoslavia (Loncar).


www.una-croatia.org

Budimir Loncar currently holds the position of President of the Foreign Affairs and International Relations Advisory Committee to the President of the Republic of Croatia.
He started his rich diplomatic career in the former Yugoslavia, where in the period from 1957 to 1964 he works as Special Advisor to the Federal Secretary for Foreign Affairs. He participated in numerous Non-Aligned Movement conferences, and chaired a number of them in the 1988 - 1991 period. He served as Ambassador of Yugoslavia to Indonesia, Germany and the USA. In 1984 he returns to SFRY, where he is appointed Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. Three years later he becomes Minister of Foreign Affairs and holds this post until the disintegration of former Yugoslavia in 1991. From 1993 to 1995 Mr. Loncar is appointed Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General to the Non-Aligned Movement. After leaving the UN, he performs advisor and consulting duties in various non-governmental organizations - Appeal of conscience Foundation, the World Council of Religious and Spiritual Leaders in New York, and the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue in Geneva.


IFIMES award ceremony - Ifimes

www.ifimes.org [cached]

Awards will be presented by the Honorary President of the IFIMES International Institute Stjepan Mesic, Vice-President of the IFIMES Advisory Board Zoran Živkovic, President of the IFIMES Advisory Board Budimir Loncar and IFIMES Director Bakhatyar Aljaf.


IFIMES awards ceremony - Ifimes

www.ifimes.org [cached]

Awards will be presented by the Honorary President of the IFIMES International Institute Mr. Stjepan Mesic, President of the IFIMES Advisory Board Mr. Budimir Loncar, Vice-President of the Advisory Board Zoran Živkovic, Member of the Advisory Board Jadranka Kosor and Director of the Institute Bakhatyar Aljaf.


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