Slobodan Milosevic was born in 1941 in Pozarevac, the Republic of Serbia.

He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade in 1964.

He is married and has two children, a son Marko and a daughter Marija . His wife, Dr.Mirjana Markovic is a full professor at the University of Belgrade.

He started his successful business career as economic adviser to the Mayor of Belgrade. Most of his professional life he worked in the economic and banking sectors. For a number of years he was at the head of the well known Yugoslav enterprise "Tehnogas" as its General Manager, after which he became President of "Beogradska Banka", the largest bank in Serbia and Yugoslavia.


In the course of his professional political activity, which he became actively engaged in 1983, he held the most prominent political positions both in Belgrade and Serbia.

He was elected President of the Presidency of Serbia for the first time in 1989.

At the first, free, multi-party elections held in Serbia after the 2nd World War,

Slobodan & Grandson Marko Milosevic


in December 1990 a majority of the citizens of Serbia, directly expressing their will, elected him the first President of the Republic. At multi-party presidential elections carried out in Serbia in December 1992, Slobodan Milosevic scored a sweeping victory and polling majority of votes of the citizens of the Republic of Serbia was elected President of the Republic.


Milosevic with a crowd of his supporters

He was elected President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on July 23, 1997 and remained in office until October 5, 2000.

While in office President Milosevic dedicated himself to the peaceful resolution of the Kosovo problem. His efforts were deliberately undermined by NATO, who not only armed KLA and al-Qaeda terrorists operating in Kosovo, but also launched an illegal bombing campaign causing a massive humanitarian catastrophe in 1999.

Slobodan Milosevic is a founder and the President of the Socialist Party of Serbia.


He is a leading personality in the Republic of Serbia whose name is associated with the establishment of its constitutional-legal unity and the most important state and national interests of Yugoslavia and its citizens.

On April 1, 2001 President Milosevic was arrested and imprisoned by the Serbian Government of the so-called “Democratic Opposition of Serbia,” no formal charges were ever filed against him.

On June 28, 2001, St. Vitus Day, the holiest day on the Serbian Orthodox calendar, the Government of the Republic of Serbia, in a humiliating display of treason, illegally kidnapped President Milosevic   and    handed    him    over    to    the   Hague   Tribunal

President of the SPS, Slobodan Milosevic


which flagrantly violated not only the Constitutions of Serbia and of Yugoslavia, but also of numerous international statutes regarding the extradition of prisoners.

Today President Milosevic is heroically defending not only himself, but also the honor of the entire Serbian nation against the fraudulent and baseless accusations leveled against Serbia by NATO and its illegal tribunal at the Hague.