Boris Tadić

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Boris Tadić
Борис Тадић
President of Serbia
In office
11 July 2004 – 5 April 2012
Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica
Mirko Cvetković
Preceded by Predrag Marković (Acting)
Milan Milutinović
Succeeded by Slavica Đukić Dejanović (Acting)
Minister of Defence of Serbia and Montenegro
In office
17 March 2003 – 16 April 2004
Preceded by Velimir Radojević
Succeeded by Prvoslav Davinić
Federal Minister of Telecommunications of Yugoslavia
In office
4 November 2000 – 17 March 2003
Personal details
Born 15 January 1958 (1958-01-15) (age 56)
Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina,
SFR Yugoslavia
Political party Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Tatjana Tadić
Residence New Palace, Belgrade, Serbia
Alma mater University of Belgrade
Profession Psychologist
Religion Serbian Orthodox
Signature
Website www.predsednik.rs

Boris Tadić (Serbian: Борис Тадић; born on January 15, 1958 in Sarajevo) is a former president of Serbia. He is involved in psychology and he is also the current president of the Democratic Party (Serbia). Tadić was elected for president on June 27, 2004 with a five year term of office. On July 11, 2004 he passed the oath of president. Second five-year mandate he received by winning on the president elections on February 3, 2008. Before applying for president of Serbia, he was a Minister of Telecommunications in Yugoslav government and a minister of defense in Serbo-Montenegrin's government.