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Milica Pejanović-Đurišić was born on 27 April, 1959 in Nikšić, PR Montenegro, FPR Yugoslavia, is a politician. Discover Milica Pejanović-Đurišić's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

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Occupation Professor, politician
Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 27 April, 1959
Birthday 27 April
Birthplace Nikšić, PR Montenegro, FPR Yugoslavia
Nationality Montenegro

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In 2012, Pejanovic-Djurisic was appointed as Minister of Defence in the Milo Đukanović's VI Cabinet of Montenegro, as a member and vice-president of the Đukanović's DPS. She was first female office holder of Minister of Defence of Montenegro, and only till today. She was in office until October 2016, when she was replaced by Predrag Boskovic, also an DPS member.


From February 2004 to July 2006, she served as the Ambassador of Serbia and Montenegro to Belgium and Luxembourg. After Montenegro's independence in 2006, she served as Montenegro's ambassador to France, Monaco (Pejanović-Đurišić being fluent in French) and UNESCO from February 2007 to 2010.


Pejanović-Đurišić became the president of the board of Crnogorski Telekom while retaining her position in DPS. Opposition parties accused her of using an illegal loophole for privatizing Telekom, although a court case ruled that she did not break the law. She participated in the formulation of the 2001 tender for Telekom, the state's first attempt of privatizing the telecommunications operator.


In 1997, when the Democratic Party of Socialists began to split between Đukanović and Bulatović, she initially was closer to Bulatović. However, she abruptly cut herself off from Bulatović after one of the DPS committee meetings, after which she was chosen to be the new president by the DPS. In addition to consolidating power with Đukanović, her split from Bulatović resulted in an explosive feud, as Bulatović called her "Mata Hari in a nightgown", and accused her of "selling her soul" for "shares in Crnogorski Telekom". Pejanović-Đurišić responded to the accusations with a statement saying that "Bulatović is a given contradiction, he's Robin Hood and Pol Pot, Šćepan Mali and Vojislav Šešelj, and in fact their miserable surrogate...his political end will be sad."


Pejanović-Đurišić was active in the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, where Momir Bulatović chose her as a board member on the organizational committee which replaced the older communists during the anti-bureaucratic revolution in Montenegro in January 1989. When Yugoslavia began to break up, she supported Montenegro remaining in Yugoslavia in 1992.


Milica Pejanović-Đurišić (Cyrillic: Милица Пејановић-Ђуришић; born 27 April 1959) is a Montenegrin professor and politician who was Minister of Defense from 2012 to 2016. She is the first woman to hold this office. She is currently active as Ambassador of Montenegro to the United Nations.