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Pavle Bulatović

Pavle Bulatović (13 December 1948, Kolašin, Montenegro, Yugoslavia – February 7, 2000, Belgrade) was Yugoslavia's interior minister from 1992 to 1993, and defense minister from 1993 until his murder in 2000.

Death

He was shot dead in Belgrade on the evening of 7 February 2000. The shooting took place at a restaurant in the Belgrade suburb of Banjica and Bulatović later died at a military hospital. Bulatović represented the Socialist People's Party of Montenegro (SNP), which was then allied in government with the Socialist Party of Serbia, led by Milošević.

External links

  • Biography by the BBC
  • Rulers.org


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