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Ministry of Youth and Sports (Serbia)

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Ministry of Youth and Sports
Министарство омладине и спорта
Ministarstvo omladine i sporta
Ministry overview
Formed11 February 1991; 29 years ago (1991-02-11)
JurisdictionGovernment of Serbia
HeadquartersBulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, Palace of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
44°49′12.1″N 20°25′39.1″E / 44.820028°N 20.427528°E / 44.820028; 20.427528
Employees67 (2017)[1]
Annual budget52.02 million (2020, planned)[2]
Minister responsible
Deputy Ministers responsible
  • Predrag Peruničić
  • Darko Stanić
Websitewww.mos.gov.rs
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The Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Министарство омладине и спорта, romanizedMinistarstvo omladine i sporta) is the ministry in the Government of Serbia which is in the charge of youth and sports. The current minister is Vanja Udovičić, in office since 2 September 2013.

History

The ministry of Youth and Sports was established on 11 February 1991. From 2001 to 2007, the Ministry was merged into the Ministry of Education.

Subordinate institutions

There are several agencies and institutions that operate within the scope of the Ministry:

  • Institute of Sport and Sports Medicine
  • Antidoping agency

List of ministers

Political Party:   SPS   G17 Plus   n-p   SNS

Name
(Birth–Death)
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Minister of Youth and Sports
Goran Trivan
(1962–)
SPS 11 February 1991 31 July 1991 Zelenović (I)
Dragan Kićanović
(1953–)
SPS 31 July 1991 24 September 1992 Zelenović (I)
Božović (I)
Vladimir Cvetković
(1941–)
SPS 24 September 1992 24 March 1998 Božović (I)
Šainović (I)
Marjanović (I)
Zoran Anđelković
(1958–)
SPS 24 March 1998 24 October 2000 Marjanović (II)
Svetozar Mijailović
(1947–)
SPS 24 October 2000 25 January 2001 Minić (transitional)
Ministry merged into the Ministry of Education
Minister of Youth and Sports
Snežana Samardžić-Marković
(1966–)
G17 Plus 15 May 2007 8 February 2012 Koštunica (II)
Cvetković (I)
Verica Kalanović
(1954–)
Acting Minister
G17 Plus 8 February 2012 27 July 2012 Cvetković (I)
Alisa Marić
(1970–)
n-p 27 July 2012 2 September 2013 Dačić (I)
Vanja Udovičić
(1982–)
SNS 2 September 2013 Present Dačić (I)
Vučić (III)
Brnabić (I)

References

  1. ^ "Година LXXIII – број 61". pravno-informacioni-sistem.rs (in Serbian). Službeni glasnik RS. 23 June 2017. Retrieved 18 December 2017.
  2. ^ "ЗАКОН О БУЏЕТУ РЕПУБЛИКЕ СРБИЈЕ ЗА 2020. ГОДИНУ" (PDF). parlament.gov.rs. Народна скупштина Републике Србије. Retrieved 20 February 2020.

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