Anton Vratuša

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Anton Vratuša
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Prime Minister of Slovenia
In office
April 1978 – July 1980
Personal details
Born
Vratussa Antal

(1915-02-21)21 February 1915
Dolnji Slaveči, Austro-Hungarian Empire
Died30 July 2017(2017-07-30) (aged 102)
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Anton Vratuša, born Vratussa Antal[1][2] (21 February 1915 – 30 July 2017) was a former politician and diplomat. He was Prime Minister of Slovenia and Yugoslavia's ambassador to the United Nations. Vratuša died on 30 July 2017 at the age of 102.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. Vilko Novak (2004) (in Slovene, Hungarian). Zgodovina iz spomina/Történelem emlékezetből. [History From Memory]. Založba ZRC. Ljubljana. 2004, p. 99. ISBN 961-6500-34-1.
  2. Ivan Jerič (January 2001) (Slovene). Zgodovina madžarizacije v Prekmurju. [History of Magyarisation in Prekmurje]. Murska Sobota. Pg. 15.
  3. "Umrl je priznani akademik, dr. Anton Vratuša". Prlekija-on.net.

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