Ivica Dačić is a Serbian politician who has been the Minister of Foreign Affairs since April 2014. He is the leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia. From 2008 to April 2014, he served as Minister of Internal Affairs, while concurrently also serving as Prime Minister of Serbia for part of that tenure, from July 2012 until 2014. He also served as Acting Prime Minister of Serbia from 31 May 2017 until 29 June 2017, after the incumbent Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, was sworn in as President of Serbia. He was succeeded in office by Ana Brnabić on 29 June 2017. Dačić graduated from the University of Belgrade in 1989 and joined the Socialist Party in 1991. He quickly rose up the ranks of the party, becoming its spokesman in 1992, under his mentor, Slobodan Milošević, President of Serbia and FR Yugoslavia. Following the overthrow of Slobodan Milošević, Dačić became a member of the main board, and became party leader in 2006.
|Born:||January 01, 1966, Prizren, Kosovo, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Political party:||Socialist (1991–present)|
|Spouse(s):||Sanja Sakić Dačić|
|Alma mater:||University of Belgrade|
|Preceded by:||Aleksandar Vučić|
|Twitter:||Ivica Dačić's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Ivica Dačić's Facebook profile|
About Ivica Dacic
Socialist politician who became the 10th Prime Minister of Serbia in 2012.
He grew up in humble surroundings and his parents picked mushrooms and dog rose in order to send him and his sister to school.
He became the Minister of Internal Affairs for Serbia in 2008, the same year he became the Vice Prime Minister.
He has two children, Luke and Andrea, with his wife Sanja.
He is a european prime minister like Dmitry Medvedev.
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- Government ministers of Serbia
- Kosovo Serbs