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Employment History

Prime Minister

Macedonian army

President

Macedonia

Prime Minister

Macedonia

Head

VMRO-DPMNE

Chairman

VMRO-DPMNE

President

VMRO-DPMNE

President

Government of the Republic of Macedonia

Prime Minister

the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Prime Minister

FYROM

Vice President

Republic

Prime Minister of the Government

Republic

Prime Minister

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Affiliations

Chief Political Advisor On Foreign Policy
Government of the Republic of Macedonia

Web References (92 Total References)


Kosova Crisis Center

www.alb-net.com [cached]

Kosova and Macedonia agreed today to open political offices in Shkup and Prishtina, the prime minister of Kosova Interim Government, Hashim Thaçi confirmed today in a press conference in Shkup after his meeting with the prime minister of Macedonia, Ljubço Georgievski.

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Macedonian prime minister Ljubço Georgievski confirmed in the same press conference that he talked to his Kosova counterpart about the situation in Kosova, "the past and the future and the duties we have ahead like the deployment of NATO troops in Kosova, the return of the refugees".
"It is very important the settlement of the new administration in Kosova", Mr. Georgievski declared.
Macedonian prime minister talked to Kosova prime minister about the general life in the future, the economical and the general prospects of the Balkans.
He said that more intensive contacts will be held between the government of Macedonia and the Interim Government of Kosova on the basis of pact for stability in the region.


Global Politician - Europe

www.globalpolitician.com [cached]

It consisted of the VMRO - fervent nationalists with Bulgarian roots, headed by the poet-politician Ljubco Georgievski - and the Democratic alternative (DA).

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Interview with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski
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Mr. Georgievski was the first Deputy-Premier of his country in 1991 and was elected Prime Minister in November 1998.


Global Politician - The Balkans

www.globalpolitician.com [cached]

It consisted of the VMRO - fervent nationalists with Bulgarian roots, headed by the poet-politician Ljubco Georgievski - and the Democratic alternative (DA).

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Interview with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski
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Mr. Georgievski was the first Deputy-Premier of his country in 1991 and was elected Prime Minister in November 1998.


One of the signatories was the ...

www.maknews.com [cached]

One of the signatories was the Prime Minister, Mr. Ljubco Georgievski, head of the VMRO-DPMNE, the moderate right wing ruling party.Georgievski has tactical differences with his erstwhile friend and co-partisan, the current President of Macedonia, Boris Trajkovski, who came to power in much disputed elections, decided by the votes of the Albanian population in 1999.

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Georgievski resents the West's apparent lenience towards the NLA and firmly believes that agreements should never be signed at gunpoint.
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It is sometimes expressed even by the Prime Minister, Mr. Ljubco Georgievski.
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As far as Mr. Georgievski is concerned, he devoted himself, from the very beginning of his career, to ensuring that Macedonia becomes a part of NATO and the EU family - and I am deeply convinced of that.But he is a man of dignity, honesty, and open rhetoric.It is not a matter of anti-NATO toughness.These are his proper reactions and the way he feels.


The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - A Challenge to the Macedonism of the Slavs, Chapter 6 :: History Of Macedonia – ΙστοÏία της Μακεδονίας History Of Macedonia - ΙστοÏία της Μακεδονίας » The Former Yu

history-of-macedonia.com [cached]

Ljubco Georgievski, the founder and former chairman of VMRO-DPMNE, 124 a former Prime Minister of the FYROM and a current Member of Parliament in the FYROM disagrees with the prevailing scholarship of the FYROM populace. In his commentary regarding the name of his country, Georgievski clarifies that the Slavic population of the FYROM has nothing to do with the ancient Macedonians. It should be noted that Mr. Georgievski holds a Bulgarian passport as do more than 100,000 citizens of the FYROM.125

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