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Macedonian government official

Kiro Gligorov, Macedonian government official. Recipient various Yugoslav and foreign honors, including American Bar Association award for transition towards democracy, Transition award Crans Montana Forum. Active Presidium Antifascist Assembly People's Liberation Macedonia, Antifascist Council People's Liberation Yugoslavia; member executive bureau League Communists Yugoslavia, 1969-1974.

Background

Gligorov, Kiro was born on May 3, 1917 in Stip. Son of Blagoje and Katarina Gligorov.

Education

Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade.

Career

Deputy Secretary-General to Government, of Yugoslavia 1946-1947. Assistant Minister of Finance 1947-1952. Professor, of Economics Belgrade University 1948-1949.

Deputy Director Executive Council for General Economics Affairs 1955-1962. Federation Secretary for Finance 1962-1967. Vice-President Federation Executive Council 1967-1969.

Executive Bureau 1969-1974). President Pari. 1974-1978. Holder of many Yugoslav and foreign honours.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Presidium of Antifascist Assembly of People's Liberation of Macedonia, and Antifascist Council People's Liberation of Yugoslavia during Second World War. League of Communists of Yugoslavia (member. Presidency, Socialist Federation Republic of Yugoslavia 1971-1972.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, walking.

Connections

Married Nada Gligorov. 3 children.

father:
Blagoje Gligorov

mother:
Katarina Gligorov

spouse:
Nada Gligorov