Timeline

Timeline represents detailed overview of the activities of Zoran Djindjic. Besides biographical data, important dates from personal life, this overview gives a unique insight and records the efforts that Zoran Djindjic made on a daily basis with the aim to modernize Serbia.Sources that were used to reconstruct the life and work of Zoran Djindjic are: Demokratija magazine, books: "Chronology of Democratic Party", "History of Democratic Party", "Zoran Djindjic: The Ethics of Responsibility", the archives of Democratic Party and Zoran Djindjic Foundation, documentation center of "Borba" magazine, personal bequest of Zoran Djindjic, brochure from the exsibit "Zoran Djindjic Mayor", book "Serbia in Europe" as well as web sites: www.pescanik.com and www.zorandjindjic.org

1952
01.08.1952

Born in Bosanski Samac.

Bosanski Šamac, BiH
1961

Lived with his family in Travnik.

Travnik, Bosnia and Herzcegovina
1969

Moved to Belgrade with his family.

Belgrade, Serbia

Enrolled in the 9th Belgrade High School.

Belgrade, Serbia
1971

Enrolled at the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University.

Belgrade, Serbia
1974

Joined students gathering in Ljubljana, organized by the Faculty Board of Students' Association of the Ljubljana Faculty of Philosophy. A draft Resolution was prepared for the gathering, pointing to the existence of Yugoslav society crisis.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Arrested in Ljubljana where he was sentenced to one year probation. He was released together with the other arrested students, after international pressure.

Ljubljana, Slovenia
06.12.1974

Successfully defended his University degree thesis at the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University, titled "Karl Korsch and Reaffirmation of Revolution in Marxism".

Belgrade, Serbia

Stayed in Belgrade, engaged in translation work, writing and publishing book reviews, articles and essays.

Belgrade, Serbia
1976

Published the essay "The Problem of the Methodological Status of Criticism", Vidici, No 176/177.

Belgrade, Serbia

Translated "On the Essay and its Prose" by Max Benze, Delo, 22/1976.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Translated "Psychoanalysis, Language and Historical Materialism" by Alfred Lorenzer, Delo, 22/1976.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Published the essay "Karl Korsch– Problems of the Reception of Marxism", Gledišta, 17/1976.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "The Problem of the Methodological Status of Criticism", Vidici, No 176-177.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "Self-reflection as the Unity of Theoretical and Practical Mind", Gledišta, 17/1976.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "Schelling's Anticriticism and Criticism of Hegel", Gledišta, 17/1976.

Belgrade, Serbia
1989
01.03.1989

Published the essay "The Struggle for Symbols", Književne novine, 41/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.03.1989

Published the essay "Yugoslavia in the South-East", Književne novine, 41/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "Yugoslavia Between Ljubljana and Pristina ", Književne novine, 41/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia
29.09.1989

Appointed Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad.

Novi Sad, Serbia
10.11.1989

Published the essay "The Paradoxes of Connected Vessels ", Stav, 40.

Novi Sad, Serbia
24.11.1989

Published the essay "Waiting for the Real Conflict ", Stav, 43.

Novi Sad, Serbia
15.12.1989

Published the essay "Serbia, what is it?", Stav.

Novi Sad, Serbia
11.12.1989

Published the essay "Government, Pluralism and Opposition ", Stav, 45.

Novi Sad, Serbia
29.12.1989

Participated in the Steering Committee foundation meeting of the Democratic Party and prepared the “Letter of Intention”, the founding manifesto of Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "Mystery of Slovenian-Serbian Symmetry", Stav, 45.

Novi Sad, Serbia

Published the essay "Heidegger’s Criticism of Anthropocentrism", Gledišta, 30/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia

Translated "The forgetfulness of being, or moral and philosophical naivety. Heidegger’s interpretation of Kant’s practical philosophy" Daniel Dahstrom, Theoria, 32/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia

Translated "On the theory of truth in logical positivism (1935)", Carl Gustav Hempel, Theoria, 32/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "Political pluralism in the system of social self-government", Self-government, 17/1989. (Participation of Zoran Đinđić in scientific and political debate.)

Belgrade, Serbia
1990
11.01.1990

Published the essay "We are still a long way from real pluralism", Self-government, 17/1989.

Belgrade, Serbia
26.01.1990

Published the essay "Victory of the Apparatus ", Stav, 80.

Novi Sad, Serbia
1993
25.11.1993

Visited Kuršumlija, Priština, Obilić, Prizren, Peć and Dečane.

Serbia
27.11.1993

Visited several Municipalities in Užice.

Serbia
28.11.1993

Visited Nova Varoš, Čajetina and Bajina Bašta.

Serbia
30.11.1993

Visited Čačak and Gornji Milanovac.

Serbia
01.12.1993

Visited Valjevo, Ljig and Guča.

Serbia
05.12.1993

Visited municipalities Paraćin, Ćuprija, Jagodina and Rekovac.

Serbia
07.12.1993

Visited Sombor, Srbobran, Temerin, Vrbas and Bečej.

Vojvodina
09.12.1993

Visited municipalities Kladovo and Negotin.

Serbia
11.12.1993

Visited Kruševac, Vrnjačka Banja and Kraljevo.

Serbia
12.12.1993

Visited about ten municipalities in Vojvodina, where he talked to the citizens.

Serbia
13.12.1993

Gave speech at the rally in Niš. On the same day, he visited Smederevo and Smederevska Palanka.

Niš, Serbia
14.12.1993

Visited Topola and Kragujevac.

Serbia
15.12.1993

Participated in the pre-electoral convention of the Democratic Party in Dom Sindikata, Belgrade.

Belgrade, Serbia
14.12.1993

Organized pre-electoral gatherings in Leskovac, Priština and Pirot.

Serbia
19.12.1993

Attended pre-electoral gatherings in Kikinda and Zrenjanin.

Serbia
30.12.1993

The Democratic Party led by Zoran Đinđić, competed in elections.

Serbia

Held talks with the French parliamentary delegation.

Belgrade, Serbia
1994
08.01.1994

Published the essay Heidegger’s Process of Quadrism in the Context of the Problem of Centralism”, Filozofski godišnjak (Philosophical Yearbook), 6.

Kruševac, Serbia
09.01.1994

Final Republic of Serbia parliamentary election results announced, with DP winning 11,6 votes and overall 29 deputies. Zoran Đinđić was elected the member of the Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.01.1994

List of deputies established at the Main Committee of the Democratic Party. Zoran Đinđić was in the list for Belgrade.

Serbia
16.01.1994

Visited Raška, where he talked to business people and citizens.

Belgrade, Serbia
22.01.1994

Visited Vrnjačka Banja and the villages within the area.

Vrnjačka banja, Serbia
29.01.1994

Visited Kragujevac, where he made a public speech.

Kragujevac, Serbia
06.02.1994

Elected the Democratic party president at the extraordinary assembly of the party.

Serbia
13.02.1994

Visited Podgorica.

Podgorica, Montenegro
21.02.1994

Gave public speech in Vranje, the topic of which was "Serbia after elections".

Vranje, Serbia
22.02.1994

Gave public speech in Apatin.

Apatin,Serbia
24.02.1994

Participated in the public discussion in Čačak, the topic of which was "What now?".

Čačak, Serbia
01.03.1994

Addressed the first meeting of extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
01.03.1994

Spoke at the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament

Belgrade, Serbia
07.03.1994

Gave speech in Zvezdara, in the public discussion organized by the Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.03.1994

Visited Bela Crkva where he met with the businessmen.

Bela Crkva, Serbia
15.03.1994

Visited Inđija, Novi Karlovci and Pećinci, where he met with businessmen and citizens.

Serbia
03.04.1994

Addressed the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.04.1994

Leading the Democratic Party delegation on s several-day working visit to Russia.

Russia
15.04.1994

Submitted the draft Resolution to stop the aggression and renew peace negotiations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to the Federal Assembly Republic Council chairman.

Belgrade, Serbia
23.04.1994

Spoke at the second meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament

Belgrade, Serbia
16.05.1994

Visited Niš and Toplica counties.

Serbia
18.05.1994

Visited Pančevo and Kovačica, where he visited several companies.

Serbia
20.05.1994

Spoke at the third meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament

Belgrade, Serbia
24.05.1994

Visited Brestovac, Rudna Glava and Krivelj villages, and talked with the local population.

Belgrade, Serbia
25.05.1994

Addressed the third meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.

Serbia
31.05.1994

Together with the entire Democratic Party MPs club donated blood at the Blood Transfusion Institute of Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
08.06.1994

Visited several places in Banat where he visited a number of companies and villages, and organized several public gatherings. .

Serbia
17.06.1994

Published the essay "This Yugoslavia too is a dead state", Telegraf, 2/1994.

Italy
22.06.1994

Visited Kolubara county at the invitation of the local population.

Novi Sad, Serbia
23.06.1994

Staid in Italy for a working visit, where he met the Prime Minister, Silvia Berlusconi.

Belgrade, Serbia
24.06.1994

Gave speech at the public forum of the Savski Venac Municipal Committee of the Democratic Party

Belgrade, Serbia
26.06.1994

Went to Novi Sad where he visited the Institute of Agriculture, Vojvodina Chamber of Commerce, Children’s village and the vice-chancellor’s Office.

Novi Sad, Serbia
27.06.1994

Addressed the extraordinary session of the Democratic Party. On the occasion, he pointed out: “The democratic party selected the proper gear and now it is heading towards victory, not of the party, but rather of its political concept".

Belgrade, Serbia
03.07.1994

Addressed the first and the second meeting of the first extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
05.07.1994

Stayed in Kladovo, where he visited the villages within the district and talked with the population of Donji Brestovac village.

Kladovo, Serbia
01.09.1994

Met with Serbian Patriarch Pavle, with whom he discussed the possibilities for reaching peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Belgrade, Serbia
26.09.1994

Met with Jeger Gdarom, leader of Democratic choice of Russia, one of the strongest parties in Russia.

Belgrade, Serbia
17.10.1994

Paid an official visit to Athens, at the invitation of Nea Demokratia party. Met with high officials.

Athens, Greece
16.11.1994

Visited several municipalities in Serbia.

Serbia
27.11.1994

Addressed the first meeting of the Second Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.12.1994

Stayed for a working visit in Switzerland, at the invitation of the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he talked with a number of officials and representatives of Diaspora.

Switzerland
19.12.1994

Paid a working visit to Macedonia.

Macedonia
26.12.1994

Visited Moscow, where he talked with the representatives of Russian administration and the leaders of the largest opposition party.

Moscow, Russia

Addressed the sixth meeting of the Second Regular Session of Serbian Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
1995
03.02.1995

Published the essay "Democratic Traditions and Modernity", collected papers of the School of Philosophy and Literature in Kruševac.

Kruševac, Serbia
08.02.1995

Gave a speech at the fifth anniversary celebration of the Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia
16.02.1995

Talked with the UK Embassy Chargé d'Affaires, Sir Ivor Roberts and the East Adriatic Department Deputy Director of the Foreign Office, Mr. Anthony Smith.

Belgrade, Serbia
05.04.1995

Met with the Belgian Chargé d'Affaires.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.04.1995

Met with the Republika Srpska officials and proposed that Republika Srpska took peace initiatives.

Pale, RS
27.04.1995

Re-elected president at the Democratic Party Assembly.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.05.1995

Paid official visit to Germany, where he visited a number of institutions and talked with the Diaspora representatives.

Germany
10.06.1995

Addressed the continued first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Serbian Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
04.08.1995

Published the essay "Democracy: utopia or the near future? What is waiting for us in the possible peace?", Naša borba, 73/1995.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.09.1995

Published the essay "Changes, Now", NIN, 45/1995.

Belgrade, Serbia

Spoke about privatization at the round table organized by the Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia

Together with the leaders of Democratic Party, visited 112 municipalities in Serbia.

Serbia
10.11.1995

The Program for overcoming the crisis adopted by the Democratic Party Main Committee.

Serbia
11.10.1995

Addressed the Democratic Party press conference, condemning the perpetrators of war crimes.

Belgrade, Serbia
1996
24.01.1996

Published the essay "On Serbia, in Serbia and Europe post-war ", Telegraf, 3/1995.

Belgrade, Serbia
02.03.1996

Democratic Party Delegation, led by Zoran Đinđić, visited the European Council. That was the first visit by the FRY political organization to the EC.

Strasbourg, France
09.03.1996

Gave a speech at the opposition rally in Kragujevac.

Kragujevac, Serbia
01.04.1996

Huge opposition rally held under the slogan "For the changes".

Belgrade, Serbia
03.04.1996

Published the essay "Undemocratic government - the germ of revolution. Bosnia between democracy, dictatorship and disintegration", Naša borba, 74/1996.

Belgrade, Serbia
28.04.1996

Municipal Prosecutor’s Office in Belgrade filed the request to extend the accusations against Zoran Đinđić on accounts of the advertisement placed by the Democratic Party in the press, accusing the Serbian Prime Minister, Mirko Marjanović of abusing his position in connection with the exportation of corn.

Belgrade, Serbia
14.05.1996

Gave a public speech organized by Democratic Party, in Čurug and Žabalj.

Serbia
12.06.1996

Spoke at the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Federal Parliament

Belgrade, Serbia
02.07.1996

Paid an official visit to Budapest, on the occasion of which he met with the representatives of the Association of Free Democrats, representatives of Serbian national minority and visited numerous institutions.

Budapest, Hungary
05.08.1996

Beginning of the main hearing of the court procedure against Zoran Đinđić based on the accusations that he "damaging the reputation of the Republic of Serbia".

Belgrade, Serbia
02.09.1996

Published the essay "Everything perishes except tyranny. Waiting for the yogurt counterrevolution ", Naša borba, 74/1996.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.09.1996

Signed agreements about "Zajedno" coalition on behalf of the Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia
02.10.1996

The Council of the Municipal Court of Belgrade pronounced the 4-month to 2-year probation to Zoran Đinđić due to the defamation of Mirko Marjanović.

Belgrade, Serbia
08.10.1996

Signed the Agreements on joint appearance of "Zajedno" coalition in the elections, on behalf of the Democratic Party.

Belgrade, Serbia
19.10.1996

"Zajedno" coalition representatives visited the European Parliament, upon their invitation.

Brussels, Belgium
31.10.1996

Visited Priština and Uroševac where he addressed the rallies.

Serbia
03.11.1996

Held speech at the rally of "Zajedno" coalition in Belgrade

Belgrade, Serbia
09.11.1996

Federal and local elections held, with Democratic Party appearing as part of the "Zajedno" coalition.

Serbia
17.11.1996

Addressed the gatherings of citizens in Niš, Čačak and Kragujevac.

Serbia
18.11.1996

The second round of local elections was held.

Serbia
20.11.1996

Addressed the "Zajedno" coalition rally, speaking about the refusal to recognize the voting will of the citizens.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.11.1996

Mass protests started in Belgrade, due to the annulled voting of the citizens. The protests lasted 88 days.

Belgrade, Serbia
01.12.1996

Addressed a letter to Milošević, together with the leaders of "Zajedno" coalition, requesting that the voting results of the citizens were recognized.

12.12.1996

Gave a speech at the "Zajedno" coalition rally in Niš.

Niš, Serbia
21.12.1996

Met with Mr. Lamberto Dini, the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and discussed the options for overcoming the electoral crisis, together with other leaders of "Zajedno" coalition.

Belgrade, Serbia
1997
30.09.1997

Opened 4th international rowing regatta "Galeb 97".

Belgrade, Serbia
2000
10.11.2000

Delivered speech at the congress of the ruling Labour Party of Norway. In his speech, he stated that he expected assistance from Norway and entire Europe “which will thus show that Serbia is its integral part”.

Oslo, Norway
16.11.2000

Visited Berlin, where he spoke about democratization process in Serbia, in the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. He called upon Germany to provide its assistance to Serbia in its electricity debt repayment.

Berlin, Germany
20.11.2000

Three political groups, namely the DOS–SPO-SPS, signed the Act to establish the transitional government of Serbia and call early parliamentary elections on 23rd December 2000, which took place in the presidential building.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.11.2000

Talked with the Polish Ambassador and advisor of Polish President, Mr. Kwasniewski.

Belgrade, Serbia
09.12.2000

Talked with the Chair of the Stability Pact, Hans Koschnik, about the refugee issue.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.12.2000

Visited Novi Sad with DOS Caravan.

Novi Sad, Serbia
20.12.2000

Received a prestigious German Bambi Award for his contribution to democracy, presented by Angela Merkel.

Berlin, Germany
23.12.2000

Elections for Parliamentary Assembly of the Republic of Serbia were held. Democratic Opposition of Serbia acquired 176 seats in the Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
26.12.2000

Talked with Serbian business community, in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and requested the honest partnership and criticism from their part.

Belgrade, Serbia
2001
21.08.2001

The meeting of Democratic Opposition of Serbia was held, to decide on starting with immediate preparations of new republic constitution.

Novi Sad, Serbia
23.08.2001

Visit to Rasina district. Following the visit to the region, during which the discussion was held with the municipality authorities, representatives of business operators, education and financial institutions, the Prime Minister and the ministers held the joint press conference.

Kruševac, Serbia
24.08.2001

Visited Zaječar district.

Sokobanja, Knjaževac, Zaječar, Serbia
25.08.2001

Called upon Kosovo Serbs to register for elections. "By their registering, Serbs from Kosovo and Metohia will be able to regain their rights to property and return. Also, that would be the opportunity to identify the number of Serbs before their exodus from the province".

Belgrade, Serbia
29.08.2001

The agreement based on which Germany would guarantee for 100 million DEM which Serbia would receive as the credit line for the recovery of energy sector.

Belgrade, Serbia
30.08.2001

Talked with official delegation of Slovakia.

Belgrade, Serbia
31.08.2001

Talked with Patriarch Pavle and the republic ministers of faith and education, about the introduction of religious and civic education in schools.

Belgrade, Serbia
01.09.2001

Spoke at the session of the Democratic Party Main Committee in Raška.

Raška, Serbia
03.09.2001

Together with Patriarch Pavle and the Minister of Faith, Vojislav Milovanović, visited Hram svetog Save (the Saint Sava Temple). The contract between the donor consortiums was signed, to support the completion of works on the temple.

Belgrade, Serbia
03.09.2001

Held the working meeting with Serbian Trade Union representatives, about the compliance with the new Labour Law. The agreement was made at the meeting to create the control network within the Republic of Serbia territory, with regard to the application of the new law.

Belgrade, Serbia
03.09.2001

Met with the representatives of Confederation of British Industry (CBI), led by the Director General, Mr. Digby Johnson. It was stated that the presence of British capital on our market was insufficient.

Belgrade, Serbia
04.09.2001

Met with the chief prosecutor of the Hague Tribunal, Carla del Ponte. Following the meeting, he stated: "This government is aware of its responsibility to resolutely deal with war criminals".

Belgrade, Serbia
05.09.2001

Visited the district of central Banat.

Zrenjanin, Serbia
06.09.2001

Met with Kolubara management.

Belgrade, Serbia
06.09.2001

Talked with the representatives of producers and processing plants of edible oil.

Belgrade, Serbia
08.09.2001

Visited Nitrogen Plant, Petrochemical complex and Refinery of Pančevo.

Pančevo, Serbia
10.09.2001

Gave speech at the presentation of the credit financing campaign for "Starting the privatization".

Belgrade, Serbia
10.09.2001

Talked with the head of Greek Orthodox Church, Archbishop Christodoulos and Serbian Patriarch Pavle.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.09.2001

Condemn the terrorist attacks in America.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.09.2001

Formed the task force to investigate all the elements included in the electricity price.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.09.2001

Met with Montenegrin Prime Minister, Filip Vujanović.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.09.2001

Visited Mačva district where he talked with the local business operators and authorities.

Šabac, Loznica, Serbia
15.09.2001

Participated in the work of the round table, discussing the "Reform Strategy". Pointed out that the state and the society were in the state of the so-called Bermuda Triangle. "In between the expectations of the population to have fast and radical changes, the legitimate wish to stabilize institutions and overcome problems with changing the inherited institutions. Those three elements are part of our reality".

Belgrade, Serbia
17.09.2001

Addressed the participants at "The first round table with Serbian Government" organized by the “Ekonomist” magazine.

Belgrade, Serbia
17.09.2001

Gave speech at the beginning of the two-day session of the Socialist International (SI). He called upon all the participants in the meeting and the governments of European countries to support Yugoslavia in its integration with international institutions, and to encourage writing off of Yugoslav debts.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.09.2001

Talked with the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Ms. Janet Bogue, who promised to ensure unwavering support to Serbian reforms, regardless of the terrorist attacks in USA.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.09.2001

Met with the Minister Kristof Koppel, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany.

Belgrade, Serbia
19.09.2001

Met with the representative of "DaimlerChrysler" management, Dr Klaus Mangold, to discuss the promotion of relationship between Serbia and Germany.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.09.2001

Gave speech at 35th anniversary of the Mathematical High school in Belgrade. He addressed the students advising them to “Be patient and stay in the country, because you make its future”.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.09.2001

Talked with the Minister of Energy, Economy and Traffic of North Rhine-Westphalia about the assistance of this Province to Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.09.2001

Paid official visit to Czech officials and participated in the Forum dedicated to economic relations between Serbia and the Czech Republic.

Prague, Czech Republic
25.09.2001

Visited Zlatibor district where he met local business operators and local government representatives.

Užice,Čačak, Serbia
27.09.2001

Opened 5th International Congress of Higher Orthodox and Theological Schools.

Belgrade, Serbia
27.09.2001

Opened the First International Conference in Belgrade, dedicated to environmental protection.

Belgrade, Serbia
02.10.2001

Spends time with children from seven cities in Serbia within the manifestation "Child’s week".

Belgrade, Serbia
04.10.2001

Opened the presentation titled "Strategic paths of Serbian development by 2006." Organized by the Ministry of Finance and Economy.

Belgrade
05.10.2001

Re-elected president of Democratic Party, on which he said, among other: "The Democratic Party sees its mission in building the capacity of Serbia to cope with both the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century".

Serbia
09.10.2001

Signed the Agreement on strategic partnership in developing of IT structure in Serbia. "This Agreement is the proof that foreign companies have faith in Serbian economy and that they would be able to gain profit on our market” the Prime Minister said.

Belgrade, Serbia
10.10.2001

Spoke at the seminar organized by the Supreme Court of Serbia.

Vrnjačka banja, Serbia
12.10.2001

With federal Austrian Chancellor, Wolfgang Schüssel, signed the Memorandum of Understanding, to provide for the funding of the reform program in Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.10.2001

Opened a round table do discuss the draft Labour Law.

Zlatibor, Serbia
15.10.2001

Talked with the Republic of Lithuanian Foreign Minister, Antanas Valionis. During the talks, the enhancement of relations between the two countries was agreed, in particular in the field of economy.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.10.2001

Met with the representatives of Independent Trade Union of Serbia and UGS Nezavisnost.

Belgrade, Serbia
23.10.2001

Met with the Greek delegation from Marousi municipality.

Belgrade, Serbia
23.10.2001

Met with the representatives of Yugoslav Cooperation Committee, UNICEF and Yugoslav Centre for Child’s Rights.

Belgrade, Serbia
25.10.2001

Met with European Commissioner Chris Patten, who announced EUR 230 million of aid to Serbia.

30.10.2001

Met with Slovakia Prime Minister, Mikulas Dzurinde during his official visit to Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
31.10.2001

Visited Kuršumlija and Prokuplje.

Kuršumlija and Prokuplje, Serbia
01.11.2001

Attended signing of contracts on the reconstruction of 50 streets in 50 Serbian towns.

Belgrade, Serbia
02.11.2001

Attended the symbolic beginning of religious education in the Belgrade primary school "Kralj Petar Prvi". The civic education classes started on 7th.

Belgrade, Serbia
05.11.2001

Paid official visit to USA during which he met with George Bush and a number of officials. Reassured that USA would support the requests lodged by FRY to reduce the debts with the Paris and London Club creditors.

Washington, USA
12.11.2001

Left for negotiations with the Special Operations Commanding Unit due to the mutiny among them, whose members arrived in Belgrade armed, to block the traffic on the highway near "Sava" Centre.

Belgrade, Serbia
16.11.2001

Agreement reached with the Paris Club to write off two thirds of FRY debt.

Pariz, Francuska
17.11.2001

Spoke at the festive opening of the Foundation Congress of German and Yugoslav bakery cooperative Bako-Yugoslavia.

Belgrade, Serbia
19.11.2001

Signed Memorandum of Understanding with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Upon signing of the Memorandum, Serbian Prime Minister stated that it represented the realization of all the topics and projects that had been discussed between the two prime ministers until then.

Belgrade, Serbia
22.11.2001

Opened the World Kick-boxing Championship.

Belgrade, Serbia
24.11.2001

Attended the consecration of Saint Sava Temple.

Belgrade, Serbia
28.11.2001

Paid official visit to Germany. He stated that in the course of discussions held with German governments of Bavaria and Saxony, the support for the development of small and medium enterprises in Serbia was obtained, primarily in agriculture and craftsmanship.

Germany
07.12.2001

Met with the president of France, Jacques Chirac during his visit to FRY. “We obtained full support for the reforms and activities of the government in terms of economy”, said the Prime Minister, Dr Zoran Đinđić after the meeting.

Belgrade, Serbia
08.12.2001

Met with members of "Povratak" coalition in Kosovo and Metohia Parliament.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.12.2001

Made a one-day visit to Sweden where he presented the possibilities for investing into Serbian economy to the representatives of leading Swedish companies. During the visit, he also met with the highest state officials.

Sweden
12.12.2001

Talked with the high delegation of the Republic of Poland, led by Leszek Miller.

Belgrade, Serbia
17.12.2001

Participated in the International conference titled "Transition – from challenge to possibilities". Đinđić stressed that the "transition process has its full significance only as part of the broader context of European integration".

Belgrade, Serbia
18.12.2001

Announced the official application of FRY for hosting the European Basketball Championship in 2005.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.12.2001

Presented the main objectives of the economic policy followed by the Serbian Government in 2002."We will spend only what we earn and that should be the lesson to all – there will be no deals, no pressures brought on by strikes. We require a strict budget discipline".

Belgrade, Serbia
18.12.2001

Talked with the Deputy Prime Minister of Hungary, Istvan Stumpf. It had been stated that a number of contacts would premise the continuing and more intensified relations between the two neighbours.

Belgrade, Serbia
20.12.2001

Presented the equipment for haemodialysis to Prokuplje hospital, including one thousand of spare sets for the dialysis.

Prokuplje, Serbia
20.12.2001

Attended the opening of the reconstructed house for children without parental care populated by 506 children.

Kuline, Serbia
21.12.2001

Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament on the draft Budget Law of the Republic of Serbia for 2002.

Belgrade, Serbia
22.12.2001

Addressed the meeting of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Assembly.

Belgrade, Serbia
23.12.2001

Announced the national program for combating crime and corruption.

Belgrade, Serbia
24.12.2001

Talked with the IBM delegation. Signed the Agreement on building a new IT structure of the Serbian Ministry of Interior.

Belgrade, Serbia
25.12.2001

Gave speech at the reception honouring the most successful athletes of Yugoslavia in 2001. “the athletes have found the recipe for success and they should serve as an example to our entire society" – said Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
26.12.2001

Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament on the draft Budget Law of the Republic of Serbia for 2002. .

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "A change in the collective Serbian behaviour is essential ", Profil, 35.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "What kind of future are we creating", Svedok.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "A road from the East to the West", Profil, 33.

Belgrade, Serbia

Published the essay "We are the only ones who do not mind wasting our victories", Profil, No 35.

Belgrade, Serbia
2002
02.01.2002

Published the essay "Surgery without anaesthesia! Operation a success if Serbia cooperates", Nedeljni telegraf, 110.

Belgrade, Serbia
05.01.2002

Paid official visit to United Arab Emirates where he discussed the establishment of trade chains with the officials.

UAE
06.01.2002

Attended Christmas Liturgy in Saint Sava Temple.

Belgrade, Serbia
10.01.2002

Talked with the delegation of the Cooperative Association of Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.01.2002

Gave speech at the oath taking by magistrates.

Belgrade, Serbia
11.01.2002

State Security Council formed, with Zoran Đinđić as the president of the council.

Belgrade, Serbia
14.01.2002

Spoke at the celebration opening of the National Savings Post.

Belgrade, Serbia
14.01.2002

Met with "Povratak" coalition representatives, on the occasion of which he stated that the Serbian Government supports the political ideas of "Povratak" coalition which acts in a mature and responsible manner, pursuing a conscious and rational national policy.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.01.2002

Greeted the gathered representatives of agricultural cooperatives at their Second Congress.

Belgrade, Serbia
16.01.2002

Talked with the members of the International Cooperative Association delegation led by Lars Hillbom, the president of the European Cooperative Association.

Belgrade, Serbia
16.01.2002

Talked with FIBA president, Mr. Georg Vasilakopoulos and the delegation of the Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia.

Belgrade, Serbia
16.01.2002

Opened the three-day international conference on education reforms in Serbia, titled “From vision to specific programs” stating on that occasion that “The secret to success lies in investments into education, as done by the developed countries”.

Belgrade, Serbia
17.01.2002

Met with Italian president, Mr. Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, making a note that Italy, as an individual country, sent the most donations and projects in support of the beginning of transition period in Serbia and Yugoslavia.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.01.2002

Met with the Czech Republic Prime Minister, Miloš Zeman with whom he discussed economic issues.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.01.2002

Talked with the Minister of Economy and Technology from the Federal State of Germany on enhancement of conditions for investing into Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
18.01.2002

Spoke at the first meeting of Anti-corruption Team network.

Belgrade, Serbia
19.01.2002

Addressed the celebration of the Ministry of Interior Day, stating: “In Serbia, there will be no more para-forces of the police or people walking around armed as if they lived in some of the Latin American countries ".

Belgrade, Serbia
23.01.2002

Visited Mathematical High School in Belgrade. Under the patronage of the Prime Minister, this school was equipped with four new cabinets and 45 networked PCs .

Belgrade, Serbia
27.01.2002

Spoke at the Saint Sava Academy celebration, calling upon the young and highly educated population to remain in the country.

Belgrade, Serbia
28.01.2002

Spoke at the press conference held to mark the anniversary of the work of the government. He stated that the Serbian Government would do its best to ensure the fastest possible integration in EU, which should imply its full cooperation with the Hague Tribunal.

Belgrade, Serbia
29.01.2002

Talked with the high delegation of United Arab Emirates. That was the first commercial delegation from this country to visit Serbia following a ten-year of economic cooperation at its standstill.

Belgrade, Serbia
01.02.2002

Participated in the work of the World economic forum with the delegation of the Serbian Government. Serbian Prime Minister stated that the Serbian Government delegation as the most powerful one at that predominantly economic gathering, obtained the political credits that should be used in the field of economy.

New York, USA
2003
12.03.2003

Assassinated in front of the Serbian Government building, at 12:23.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.03.2003

Nataša Mićić, acting president of the Republic of Serbia, declared the state of emergency in the territory of the Republic of Serbia.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.03.2003

International and local public condemned the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić, requesting that the assassinators were brought to justice at the shortest possible notice.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.03.2003

On suspicion of organizing the assassination of the Prime Minister Đinđić, arrest warrants were issued for the members of the largest organized criminal group known as the “Zemun clan”.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.03.2003

The Serbian government declared three days’ mourning in the Repubic of Serbia for the death of its Prime Minister Dr Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.03.2003

A book of condolences was opened at 12:00.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.03.2003

Commemoration session was held in the Belgrade City Assembly to mourn the loss of the Republic of Serbia Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
14.03.2003

Commemoration session was held by the Republic of Serbia Government.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.03.2003

The requiem service was held in Saint Sava Temple.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.03.2003

The funeral took place with full military honours in the Lane of the Great at Belgrade’s New Cemetery.

Belgrade, Serbia
19.03.2003

US House of Representatives adopted a Resolution No 149, expressing the condolences in response to the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.

Washington, USA
25.03.2003

Deputy commander of Special Operations’ Unit of MUP, Zvezdan Jovanović Zmija was arrested, on suspicion that he shot the Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić from a sniper rifle.

Belgrade, Serbia
02.04.2003

American State Secretary Colin Powel visited Đinđić family.

29.04.2003

Serbian Ministry of Interior pressed criminal charges for the murder of the Prime Minister Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.08.2003

The Commission formed to determine the failure of the security service to protect the Prime Minister submitted the report to the Republic of Serbia Government.

Belgrade, Serbia
21.08.2003

Special prosecutor’s office in Belgrade pressed charges against Milorad Ulemek Legija and 43 other persons suspected of committing murder of the Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
15.12.2003

Dr Zoran Đinđić Fund was established.

Belgrade, Serbia
22.12.2003

Trial for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić began.

Belgrade, Serbia
2004
25.01.2004

A memorial plaque was placed at the entrance of the Serbian government building where the Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić was murdered.

Belgrade, Serbia
12.03.2004

A part of Belgrade Square of the Republic had been dedicated to the late Prime Minister as the “Platform of Zoran Đinđić".

Belgrade, Serbia
16.04.2004

Zoran Đinđić was posthumously given the award for international understanding and human rights.

Konstanz, Germany
02.05.2004

After 14 months of hiding, Milorad Luković Legija, the first suspect for the murder of Zoran Đinđić, gave himself up.

Belgrade, Serbia
17.07.2004

The Greek police arrested Dejan Milenković Bagzi, suspected to have taken part in the assassination of Zoran Đinđić.

Thessaloniki, Greece
07.12.2004

The Association of Veterans from 1990, posthumuously dedicated the great gold plaque “Serbian soldier” to Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
2005
12.03.2005

Zoran Đinđić posthumuously awarded the medal of Nemanja, of the first order. The medl received by Ružica Đinđić, was handed by Svetozar Marović, the President of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

Belgrade, Serbia
2007
24.04.2007

Attorneys of family Đinđić and defense lawers made their final arguments at the trial for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia
23.05.2007

A sentence for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić was pronounced.

Belgrade, Serbia
13.06.2007

Boulevard AVNOJ in Novi Beograd, was renamed into the Boulevard of Zoran Đinđić.

Belgrade, Serbia