Born in Bosanski Samac.
Lived with his family in Travnik.
Enrolled in the 9th Belgrade High School.
Moved to Belgrade with his family.
Enrolled at the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University.
Arrested in Ljubljana where he was sentenced to one year probation. He was released together with the other arrested students, after international pressure.
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.
Stayed in Belgrade, engaged in translation work, writing and publishing book reviews, articles and essays.
Successfully defended his University degree thesis at the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University, titled "Karl Korsch and Reaffirmation of Revolution in Marxism".
Published the essay "Karl Korsch– Problems of the Reception of Marxism", Gledišta, 17/1976.
Published the essay "Schelling's Anticriticism and Criticism of Hegel", Gledišta, 17/1976.
Published the essay "Self-reflection as the Unity of Theoretical and Practical Mind", Gledišta, 17/1976.
Published the essay "The Problem of the Methodological Status of Criticism", Vidici, No 176-177.
Published the essay "The Problem of the Methodological Status of Criticism", Vidici, No 176/177.
Translated "On the Essay and its Prose" by Max Benze, Delo, 22/1976.
Translated "Psychoanalysis, Language and Historical Materialism" by Alfred Lorenzer, Delo, 22/1976.
Published the essay "Crisis in Practical Philosophy", Dometi, 10/1977 and Gledišta, 18/1977.
Published the essay "Marx’s Demand for the Abolition of Philosophy and the Problems of a Single Theory of History", Gledišta, 18/1977.
Published the essay Fichte: "Teaching on Science", Belgrade Radio Three, 34–35.
Published the review of the book "The Connection Between Philosophy and the Historical Epoch" G.W.F. Hegel, Književna reč, 6/1977.
Translated " From concrete to conceptual poetry", Siegfried J. Schmidt, Gledišta, 18/1977.
Translated " Language and Practice. The late works of Wittgenstein and the question of a materialistic theory of language" Zimmermann, Rolf, Delo, 23/1977.
Worked on his PhD Thesis in Germany. In parallel, he was engaged in scientific work published in specialist magazines in Yugoslavia.
Translated "A conversation with Heinrich Böll. Art is anarchy.", Književna reč, 6/1977.
Published the essay "The Connection Between Philosophy and the Historical Epoch", Književna reč, year 6, No 80.
Translated "On the Composition and Unity of Heidegger's work ”Holzwege' " Valter Bummel, Književna reč, 6/1977.
Translated "General Sources concerning the most recent Literature" Hans Magnus, Književna reč, 6/1977.
Published review of Manuel Scorza's: "Drums for Rancas", Književna reč, 6/1977.
Published the essay "Walter Benjamin. Lectures for a Philosophy of Revolution", Dometi, 11/1978.
Translated " External dependency and economic theory" Celso Furtado, Belgrade Radio Three, 36.
Translated " Scientific logic and „capital“, by Jindrich Zeleni, Belgrade Radio Three, 38.
Translated " The demands and strategies of companies, the policies of the regime towards direct foreign investment and international profit distribution" Constantine Veitos, Belgrade Radio Three, 36.
Translated "Agrarian structures and underdevelopment in Africa and Latin America" Rodolfo Stavenhagen, Belgrade Radio Three, 36.
Translated "Interior polarization in the text - Transnational capitalist integration and national integration, the case of Latin America" Osvaldo Sunkel, Belgrade Radio Three, 36.
Translated "On the structure of dependency" Theotonio Dos Santos, Belgrade Radio Three, 36.
Translated "Theological explanation and practical exposition. On the “methodological vaccum” in the analytical theory of the human sciences" by Manfred Riedel, Gledišta, 19/1978.
Published the essay "Defeatism of unhistoric life", Književna reč, 7/96.
Published the review of the book "Leben trotz Geschichte", by Leszek Kolakowski, Književna reč, 7/1978.
Published the review of the book "Economics and Politics in real, existing socialism”, by Rudolf Bahro, Književna reč, 7/1978.
Publishted the review of the book "The New Irrationalism and Philosophy" Andre Glucksmann, Književna reč, 8/1979.
Went to Germany again, where he lived until 1987, with interruptions. During the period he was engaged in writing and publishign his works.
Completed military service in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Published the foreword for the book "Dilthey’s Criticism of the Historical Mind and the Possibility of a Non-Objectivistic Cognitive Model", by Wilhelm Dilthey", Prosveta.
Successfully defended his PhD Thesis on "Marx's Critical Theory of Society and Problems of its Foundation" at the University of Konstanz.
Published the essay "Notes accompanying Kropotkin’s letters", Delo, 27/1981.
Published the essay "Testing the Boundaries of Meaning. Notes accompanying Benjamin’s Einbahnstrasse ", Delo, 27/1981.
Together with Jelena Imširović translated "Establishment of the Spiritual Sciences", Wilhelm Dilthey, Prosveta.
Translated " A conversation with Lenin and two letters"Petar Kropotkin, Delo, 27/1981.
Published the essay "Should Reich be Defended from itself? “, Književna reč, 11/1982.
Translated "Art and the mass society" by Leo Levental, Književna reč, 11/1982.
Published the review of the book "Critical Social Theory" by Jürgen Habermas, Književna reč, 11/1982.
Published the essay "The Conceptual Origin of Political Totalitarianism. What Lenin supposedly owes to Bakunin", Književne novine, 34/1892.
Published the essay "Gallery of Sophism: a reply to Nikola Milošević", Književne novine, 34/656.
Published the essay "Revolutionary organization and totalitarian government", Književne novine, 34/654.
Published the essay "Without Illusions?", Književna reč, 11/1982.
Won the scholarship "Alexander von Humboldt" and stayed at the Frankfurt University.
Translated the essay "We are all hostages" by Adam Michnik, Književna reč.
Published the book "Subjectivity and Violence: Development of the System of in the Philosophy of German Idealism", Istraživačko-izdavački centar SSO, Serbia.
Published the essay "Critical Theory as Subject of Criticism", Program Three, No 60(1).
Published the essay "The Deconstruction of Marxism from its Self-Reflexion. K. Korsch and the Application of the “Materialistic Understanding of History” to Marxism", Theoria, 26/1983.
Published the essay "History, the Crisis of Science and the Life-world in the Philosophy of the late works of Husserl", Belgrade Radio Three, 62. Co-author Dunja Melčić.
Published the essay "On Sukamp’s 'White Program' ", Belgrade Radio Three, 61.
Published the review of the book "The Forming of a Soul - the Psychology of a Communist Intellectual" Đerđ Lukač, Belgrade Radio Three, 59.
Together with Jugoslav Široki, translated the book "Anarchism and Morals", by Petar Kropotkin, Prosveta.
Translated "The Crisis in European Science and Transcendental Phenomenology" by Edmund Husserl, Belgrade Radio Three, 62.
Wrote an afterword to the book by Petar Kropotkin - Anarchism and Moral, titled "Petar Kropotkin – an Undeterred Faith in the Self-Organisation of the People ", Prosveta.
Published the essay "The Grammar of Diffuse Subjectivity ", Književne novine, 36/1985.
Translated "The Philosophy of Left-wing Radicalism", by Ágnes Heller, Mladost.
Wrote the foreword for the translation of the book "Notes on P.A. Kropotkin in P. Kropotkin’s book: Memoirs of a Revolutionist", Kropotkin, Mladost.
Published the essay "Fascination with walking on the edge: an obituary for Karl Smidt", NIN, year 36, No 1797.
Translated "Is an ant society possible? A letter from Max Horkheimer to Maidon Horkheimer. Frankfurt on Main, Karinton Hotel, 20th June 1948" by Max Horkheimer, Književne novine, 36/1985.
Translated "There is a reason for joy. Teodor V. Adorno to Max Horkheimer. Los Angeles, 9th May 1935." by Teodor Adorno, Književne novine, 36/1985.
Published the review of the book by V. Bons – A. Honeeth: "Sozialforschung als Kritik", Belgrade Radio Three, 60.
Published the essay "A poet among the ruins: on the death of Heinrich Böll", NIN, 36/1985.
Published the essay "On Secondary Copyrights", Književne novine, 36/1985.
Translated "Rejection of the past. Cultural memory." Jürgen Habermas, Književne novine, 36/1985.
Published the essay "Socialism and the Structure of Social Action", Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the review of the book "Natural Form and Image” Miodrag Pavlović, Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the essay "Continuity in the Criticism of Liberalism, from Marx to the Frankfurt School ", Theoria, 28/1985.
Employed in the Philosophy and Social Theory Centre.
Published the essay "Yugoslavia is a Candle Burning at Both Ends", Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the essay "The Crisis of Political Integration and the Phenomenon of Refeudalisation", Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the essay "On originality of shape", Književne novine, year 37, No 713/714.
Published the essay "Squaring the Yugoslav Circle", Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the essay "The State is an Important Thing", Književne novine, 32/1986.
Published the book "An Autumn of Dialectics: K. Marx and the Establishment of the Critical Social Theory", Mladost.
Published the essay "Community, Nature, Civil War - Hobbes and Marx ", Centre of Philosophy and Social Theory (Centar za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju).
Published the essay "Difficulties with Identity", Književne novine, 38/1987.
Published the essay "Fundamental Rights and the State Based on Constitution and Law", Theoria, 30/1987.
Published the essay "Ignatius Loyola: Spiritual Knight of the Church Militant", Mladost. (Foreword to the book: Ignacio de Loyola “Principles of the Jesuits” Ignacio de Loyola)
Published the essay "Socialism and the Civil Society ", Družboslovne razprave, 4/1987.
Published the essay "Marxism and Liberalism - a debate proposal ", Theoria, 29/1986.
Published the essay "Who is Sovereign in Yugoslavia? ", Književne novine 33/1987.
Published the review "The Source of Nationalism On the book by Ljubomir Tadic - is nationalism our destiny?", Književne novine, 33/1985.
Published the essay "The Constitution and the „National Question’", Književne novine, 38/1987.
Published the essay "Three Versions of the ‘Open Option’", Književne novine, 38/1987.
Published the essay "Theses on Society and the State in Socialism", Književne novine, 33/1987.
Published the essay "Who is Guardian of the Constitution?", Književne novine, 39/1988.
Published the essay "Production of Myths", NIN.
Published the essay "Tradition and Identity", Književne novine, 38/1987.
Published the essay "Democracy as Application or as an Established Fact", Književne novine, 28/1987.
Got married to Ružica Pavlović.
Published the essay "In memoriam. Milan Kovačević (1938–1988)", Theoria, 31/1988.
Published the essay "Praxis – Marxism in its Epoch", Theoria, 31/1981.
Published the essay "Social Crisis or Social Pathology? Petrified records of crisis", Gledišta, 29/1988.
Published the essay "The Theatre, Involvement, Revolution and Brecht’s Revolutionary Theatre", Ideje, 18/1988.
Published the essay "When I think of Yugoslavia", Borba.
Published the essay "Which truths concerning the nature of our political system are revealed by the protest gatherings of Serbs and Montenegrins? ", Borba, 67/1988.
Translated "Critique of collectivism: liberal thought on socialism" together with a group of authors, Filip Višnjić.
Translated "Politics as challenge" by Max Weber, Filip Višnjić.
Translated "Socialism" by Max Weber, Filip Višnjić.
Published the essay "Where is our constitutional power?", Književna reč, 325
Stayed in Vienna, working as the research-assistant at the Institute of Social Sciences. During that period he was engaged in writing and translating, with some works published in Yugoslavia.
Published the essay "Parliament and Representation ", Književna reč, 323.
Published the essay "Heidegger’s Criticism of Anthropocentrism", Gledišta, 30/1989.
Published the essay "Mystery of Slovenian-Serbian Symmetry", Stav, 45.
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.)
Published the essay "Yugoslavia Between Ljubljana and Pristina ", Književne novine, 41/1989.
Translated "On the theory of truth in logical positivism (1935)", Carl Gustav Hempel, Theoria, 32/1989.
Translated "The forgetfulness of being, or moral and philosophical naivety. Heidegger’s interpretation of Kant’s practical philosophy" Daniel Dahstrom, Theoria, 32/1989.
Published the essay "The Struggle for Symbols", Književne novine, 41/1989.
Published the essay "Who is Conservative in Yugoslavia?", Književne novine, 41/1989.
Published the essay "The Paradoxes of Connected Vessels ", Stav, 40.
Published the essay "Government, Pluralism and Opposition ", Stav, 45.
Published the book "Yugoslavia as an Incomplete State", Književna zajednica Novog Sada.
Published the essay "Yugoslavia in the South-East", Književne novine, 41/1989.
Published the essay "Serbia, what is it?", Stav.
Published the essay "Waiting for the Real Conflict ", Stav, 43.
Appointed Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad.
Participated in the Steering Committee foundation meeting of the Democratic Party and prepared the “Letter of Intention”, the founding manifesto of Democratic Party.
Published the essay "We are still a long way from real pluralism", Self-government, 17/1989.
Published the essay "Victory of the Apparatus ", Stav, 80.
Published the essay "The Functionality of Dictatorship", Sociologija, 32/1990.
Results for first democratic elections in Serbia were announced. Zoran Djindjic elected for the Parliament.
Published the essay "The Partisans of Pluralism: this is what they fought for ", Stav, 53.
Published the essay "The National Program of Serbian Communists. The Absence of Identity and Defeatism ", Stav, 71.
His daughter Jovana was born.
Published the essay "Plea for the fifth Yugoslavia", Stav, 48.
Published the essay "Naive divorce formula", Borba.
Published the essay "Charisma Versus Charisma ", Stav, 63.
Published the essay "Irony of the blurred idea", Borba.
Published the essay "Chain Reaction ", Stav, 52.
Published the essay "Our People and their Sovereignty", Borba.
Published the essay "Serbian Challenge – Serbian Response", Borba.
Held speech on the occasion of founding the Democratic Party Municipal Board in Valjevo.
Participated in the Founding Assembly of the Democratic Party, signed the Charter and contributed to drafting of program documents.
Published the essay "A Constitution for Yugoslavia?", Stav, 50.
Published the essay "Not the patty task", Borba.
Published the essay "Where is Yugoslavia heading to – unconscious living on one’s own", Borba.
Published polemics on taking the position with regard to the national issue in the "Demokratija" magazine. In the text titled "What is the Serbian national interest" Đinđić argued that in the case of disintegration of Yugoslavia, Serbs should not open the issue of the existing "republic border lines".
Published the essay "Voyeurs, Legalists, Patriots", Stav, 57.
Published the essay "The Discrete Charm of Neoliberalism", Stav, 49.
Published the essay "The United States of Yugoslavia ", Stav, 51.
Published the essay "They move mountains", Stav.
Addressed the rally of the joint opposition in Kragujevac.
Published the essay "Politics as Destiny", Stav, 58.
Published the essay "Serbia - Neither East nor West", Duga.
Elected the Democratic Party Executive Committee Chairman.
Published the essay "The Old and New Opposition. Whom Does the Darkness Suit?", Stav, 62.
Democratic Party election convention was held and the first pre-electoral video clips were broadcasted.
Published the essay "Offensive Arrogance of the Government", Stav.
Addressed the fourth meeting of extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Addressed the sixth meeting of the Republic of Serbia Parliament’s Second Regular Session.
Published the essay "From the Opposition’s Corner. Victory of the Apparatus", Stav, 69.
Translated "Criticism and Crisis" by Kozelek Reinhart, Ovdje – a gazette of arts, culture, science and social issues, 22/1991.
Translated "The Crisis in European Science and Transcendental Phenomenology", Edmund Husserl's book, Dečje novine. Co-author Dunja Melčić. Also announced a foreword to the book.
Published the essay "The System and Power. Charisma Versus Charisma", Stav, 633.
Published the essay "The Ladder of our Decline ", Stav, 88.
Spoke in the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Publicly Expressed gratitude to the members who had left the Democratic Party.
Published the essay "Communism beyond law", NIN.
Addressed the second extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Mass anti-war demonstrations organized in Belgrade.
Published the essay "What does the JNA Want?", Stav, 71.
Student protest started. Zoran Đinđić negotiated with the police to release the students that had been stopped at the Branko’s Bridge.
Addressed the Republic of Serbia Parliament’s First Regular Session.
Published the essay "In the Vacuum", Stav, 70.
Took part in daily protests at Terazije square, at Terazije drinking fountain.
Participated in a TV dialogue with Vojislav Šešelj
Addressed the fourth meeting of the Republic of Serbia Parliament’s First Regular Session.
Addressed the Press Conference of the Democratic Party and underlined: "the arrival of UN peace forces is not a triumph. That is good for the peace, but represents the defeat of politicians. The next step could be a military intervention, which makes any feeling of relief inappropriate".
Held the speech on the occasion of publishing the Declaration on Yugoslavia.
Called for a boycott against Belgrade TV news.
Addressed the gathering organized on the occasion of the finished student protest.
The Democratic Party rejected the report by the Polling Committee on March protests. Zoran Đinđić announced to the media that the events had been presented in a biased way.
Attended the session of the Socialist International Human Rights Council.
Published the essay “Having faith in our coming to senses", NIN, 2188.
Addressed the third meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Published the essay "The Rearguard Confusion", Borba.
Addressed the first extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Published the essay "Criticism of the Utopian Mind", Ovdje – a gazette of arts, culture, science and social issues.
The first multiparty elections called in FRY, with Dragoljub Mićunović and Zoran Đinđić, the leading candidates on the party list for Belgrade.
Elected the member of Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Published “The Political Platform to Prevent Civil War" of the Democratic Party.
Published the essay "Civil Society like the Animal Kingdom", NIN, 42/1992.
Participated in the meeting of the Federal Prime Minister, Milan Panić, with the representatives of opposition.
At the invitation of Dr Hans Stehen, Chairman of the Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee, made a two-day visit to Germany. Met with Hans Dietrich Genscher, Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, and paid a visit to Friedrich Naumann and Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Published the essay "Mistakes with no Correction", Borba.
Published the essay "Time of Uncertainty. The Beggar’s Elegy .", Stav, 91.
Addressed the Third Extraordinary Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Published the essay "What Awaits Serbia? From Too Much to Too Little", Stav, 92.
Early parliamentary and presidential elections were held. Zoran Đinđić was the Democratic Party candidate.
Participated in the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party, to announce the proclamation on replacement of Milošević.
Met with the UK Parliamentary Under-secretary of State, Mr. Douglas Hog, to discuss the options for a peaceful solution to the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Addressed the sixth meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Held talks with the French parliamentary delegation.
Paid visit to Čačak Municipality, including the Metal Spring Factory and talked to the management and the employees, including the local authorities.
Visited Valjevo, Ljig and Guča.
Addressed the first meeting of the Second Extraordinary Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Elected the list leader of the Democratic Party, at the forthcoming elections.
Visited municipalities Paraćin, Ćuprija, Jagodina and Rekovac.
Visited Novi Sad and Zrenjanin.
Visited Sombor, Srbobran, Temerin, Vrbas and Bečej.
Published the essay “The end of the forced precedence", Demokratija.
Addressed the first meeting of the Fourth Extraordinary Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Visited municipalities Kladovo and Negotin.
Published the essay in the collected papers, titled "Communication as Yugoslav and philosophical problem ", Luča, 9/1992. (Contribution of Đinđić in the discussion on the subject matter – Budva 17th January 1990)
His son, Luka was born.
Visited Kruševac, Vrnjačka Banja and Kraljevo.
Paid visit to Paraćin Municipality, held the public appearance speech, followed by his visit to Busilovac village.
Visited about ten municipalities in Vojvodina, where he talked to the citizens.
Gave speech at the Democratic Party Annual Assembly. On the occasion, he highlighted the most significant activities of the Party to be the struggle for multiparty elections, petition to replace Milošević and drafting of documents crucial for overcoming the Yugoslav crisis.
Published the essay "Waiting for the People ", NIN, 43/1993.
Gave speech at the rally in Niš. On the same day, he visited Smederevo and Smederevska Palanka.
Organized pre-electoral gatherings in Leskovac, Priština and Pirot.
Visited Topola and Kragujevac.
Addressed the first meeting of the Second Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Participated in the pre-electoral convention of the Democratic Party in Dom Sindikata, Belgrade.
Visited Gornji Milanovac municipality and met municipality management, business people and citizens.
Visited Užice Municipality, and met the municipality management, business people and citizens.
On the occasion of his visit to Emergency Health Care Centre in Belgrade, donated surgical thread, scalpels and other deficient medical supplies.
Visited FYROM where he met the Prime Minister, Branko Crvenkovski and the Minister of Economy, Petruš Stefanov.
Elected member of the Democratic Party Political Council and re-elected the Executive Board Chairman of the Democratic Party.
Held a speech at the public appearance of Tanjug, pointing out that "The only intention of SPS is to keep the power at any cost".
Attended pre-electoral gatherings in Kikinda and Zrenjanin.
Talked to the Ambassador of Russian Federation in FRY about humanitarian situation in the country and possibilities of lifting the sanctions.
Visited Topola and Kragujevac Municipalities, where he talked to the citizens and the business community.
Launched the campaign of the Democratic Party under the slogan “Fair – Đinđić, Democratic". During the campaign, Zoran Đinđić visited about one hundred places in Serbia.
Visited Leskovac, Vranje and Predejane.
Visited Kuršumlija, Priština, Obilić, Prizren, Peć and Dečane.
Addressed the Democratic Party Main Committee meeting.
Paid a working visit to Bulgaria and Macedonia.
Visited several Municipalities in Užice.
Addressed the First Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Addressed the second meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Visited Nova Varoš, Čajetina and Bajina Bašta.
Visited the municipalities Loznica and Mali Zvornik, where he made public appearance speeches.
Visited Čačak and Gornji Milanovac.
The Democratic Party led by Zoran Đinđić, competed in elections.
Addressed the sixth meeting of the Second Regular Session of Serbian Parliament.
Addressed the first meeting of extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Spoke at the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament
Met with Serbian Patriarch Pavle, with whom he discussed the possibilities for reaching peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Addressed the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Addressed the first and the second meeting of the first extraordinary session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Stayed in Kladovo, where he visited the villages within the district and talked with the population of Donji Brestovac village.
Elected the Democratic party president at the extraordinary assembly of the party.
Gave speech in Zvezdara, in the public discussion organized by the Democratic Party.
Published the essay Heidegger’s Process of Quadrism in the Context of the Problem of Centralism”, Filozofski godišnjak (Philosophical Yearbook), 6.
Visited several places in Banat where he visited a number of companies and villages, and organized several public gatherings. .
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.
Visited Bela Crkva where he met with the businessmen.
List of deputies established at the Main Committee of the Democratic Party. Zoran Đinđić was in the list for Belgrade.
Leading the Democratic Party delegation on s several-day working visit to Russia.
Visited Inđija, Novi Karlovci and Pećinci, where he met with businessmen and citizens.
Submitted the draft Resolution to stop the aggression and renew peace negotiations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to the Federal Assembly Republic Council chairman.
Visited Raška, where he talked to business people and citizens.
Visited Niš and Toplica counties.
Visited several municipalities in Serbia.
Published the essay "This Yugoslavia too is a dead state", Telegraf, 2/1994.
Paid an official visit to Athens, at the invitation of Nea Demokratia party. Met with high officials.
Visited Pančevo and Kovačica, where he visited several companies.
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.
Paid a working visit to Macedonia.
Spoke at the third meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament
Gave public speech in Vranje, the topic of which was "Serbia after elections".
Visited Vrnjačka Banja and the villages within the area.
Gave public speech in Apatin.
Visited Kolubara county at the invitation of the local population.
Spoke at the second meeting of the First Regular Session of the FRY Parliament
Staid in Italy for a working visit, where he met the Prime Minister, Silvia Berlusconi.
Participated in the public discussion in Čačak, the topic of which was "What now?".
Visited Brestovac, Rudna Glava and Krivelj villages, and talked with the local population.
Gave speech at the public forum of the Savski Venac Municipal Committee of the Democratic Party
Addressed the third meeting of the First Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Went to Novi Sad where he visited the Institute of Agriculture, Vojvodina Chamber of Commerce, Children’s village and the vice-chancellor’s Office.
Met with Jeger Gdarom, leader of Democratic choice of Russia, one of the strongest parties in Russia.
Visited Moscow, where he talked with the representatives of Russian administration and the leaders of the largest opposition party.
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".
Addressed the first meeting of the Second Regular Session of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Visited Kragujevac, where he made a public speech.
Together with the entire Democratic Party MPs club donated blood at the Blood Transfusion Institute of Serbia.
Spoke about privatization at the round table organized by the Democratic Party.
Together with the leaders of Democratic Party, visited 112 municipalities in Serbia.
Published the essay "Democratic Traditions and Modernity", collected papers of the School of Philosophy and Literature in Kruševac.
Published the essay "Democracy: utopia or the near future? What is waiting for us in the possible peace?", Naša borba, 73/1995.
Met with the Belgian Chargé d'Affaires.
Gave a speech at the fifth anniversary celebration of the Democratic Party.
Addressed the continued first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Serbian Parliament.
The Program for overcoming the crisis adopted by the Democratic Party Main Committee.
Paid official visit to Germany, where he visited a number of institutions and talked with the Diaspora representatives.
Addressed the Democratic Party press conference, condemning the perpetrators of war crimes.
Published the essay "Changes, Now", NIN, 45/1995.
Met with the Republika Srpska officials and proposed that Republika Srpska took peace initiatives.
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.
Re-elected president at the Democratic Party Assembly.
"Zajedno" coalition leaders addressed the 300,000 citizens gathered at the New Year celebration in Belgrade.
Published the essay "Democracy and the Authoritarian System", Filozofija i društvo (Philosophy and Society), IX-X.
Published the essay "Serbia needs change. Serbia and Europe.", Evropa, gazette of European Movement in Serbia, 2/1996.g
Huge opposition rally held under the slogan "For the changes".
Addressed a letter to Milošević, together with the leaders of "Zajedno" coalition, requesting that the voting results of the citizens were recognized.
Democratic Party Delegation, led by Zoran Đinđić, visited the European Council. That was the first visit by the FRY political organization to the EC.
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.
Published the essay "Everything perishes except tyranny. Waiting for the yogurt counterrevolution ", Naša borba, 74/1996.
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.
Published the essay "Undemocratic government - the germ of revolution. Bosnia between democracy, dictatorship and disintegration", Naša borba, 74/1996.
Held speech at the rally of "Zajedno" coalition in Belgrade
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".
Signed the Agreements on joint appearance of "Zajedno" coalition in the elections, on behalf of the Democratic Party.
Gave a speech at the opposition rally in Kragujevac.
Federal and local elections held, with Democratic Party appearing as part of the "Zajedno" coalition.
Spoke at the first meeting of the First Regular Session of the Federal Parliament
Gave a speech at the "Zajedno" coalition rally in Niš.
Gave a public speech organized by Democratic Party, in Čurug and Žabalj.
Addressed the gatherings of citizens in Niš, Čačak and Kragujevac.
The second round of local elections was held.
"Zajedno" coalition representatives visited the European Parliament, upon their invitation.
Signed agreements about "Zajedno" coalition on behalf of the Democratic Party.
Addressed the "Zajedno" coalition rally, speaking about the refusal to recognize the voting will of the citizens.
Mass protests started in Belgrade, due to the annulled voting of the citizens. The protests lasted 88 days.
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.
Published the essay "On Serbia, in Serbia and Europe post-war ", Telegraf, 3/1995.
Met with OSCE representatives, together with the leaders of "Zajedno" coalition, upon their visit to Belgrade on the occasion of the refusal to accept the voting will of the citizens.
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.
Visited Priština and Uroševac where he addressed the rallies.
Gave speech at the opposition rally following the announcement of OSCE Report, confirming the victory of "Zajedno" coalition in 23 municipalities.
Paid an official visit to Vienna where he talked with the Foreign Minister and a number of political party representatives.
Participated in the mass opposition rally witnessing one of the most brutal interventions by the police during the several-month protests.
Gave speech at the celebration of the Democratic Party. In his speech, Đinđić informed the attendants that the National Security Agency raided the premises of Demokratija gazette.
Met with the French Foreign Minister, together with the leaders of "Zajedno" coalition.
Published the book "Serbia - Neither East nor West ", Cepelin.
Gave a speech at the last meeting of "Zajedno" coalition.
Met with the German Foreign Minister, Klaus Kinkel, in Bonn, who supported the recognition of electoral results in Serbia.
Met with the Russian Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Mr. Igor Ivanov.
Paid an official visit to London, along with the other leaders of "Zajedno" coalition, and met a number of officials and representatives of businesses.
Visited Stockholm where he talked with the Mayor and the representatives of utility companies.
1000 meals provided by the Soup Kitchen.
‘SUITCASE’ manifestation carried out on the Belgrade Railway Station.
Held a meeting with the Organization Board of Ice Hockey European Championship.
Met with the head of Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Pavle.
Opened 10th Afro Festival in the Museum of African Arts.
Visited Borča community.
Talked with the official delegation of the City of Belgrade, led by the Mayor, Mr Gabor Demski.
Took a ride on a public transportation on the occasion of his visit to the City Transport Company in Belgrade.
Marked 100 days of the new city government.
Signed the Agreement on minimum of requirements for the opposition participation in the elections, with the opposition representatives.
The first 10 busses donated to the City of Belgrade arrived in Belgrade from Berlin.
Hosted a reception for the pupils winning the Vuk Award.
Held a meeting with the Board of Directors of the public utility companies.
Stayed in Washington with the other leaders of "Zajedno" coalition During the visit; insisted that the funds designated for Belgrade, held in American banks were released.
Held a meeting with the workers of the City Transport Company in Novi Beograd.
The first press conference was held for journalists and the Mayor, Zoran Đinđić that was thereon organized each Monday.
Visited "Atelje 212" Theatre.
The Belgrade Spring Cleaning Campaign was initiated by Zoran Đinđić.
Received the representatives of Swedish Ericsson, and talked with them about the possible cooperation between Belgrade and this Company in the field of telecommunications.
Organized a reception on the occasion of the Ice Hockey European Championship.
Prepared the reception for the participants of the 19th ‘Biciklijada’ cycling race.
Talked with the delegation of Stockholm delegation and representatives of Swedish companies. Concurrently, the Business Cooperation Agreement was signed between the Belgrade and Swedish companies "Swedish Water Development", "Sweco" and "Purac".
Initiated the facilitation of a credit line for the procurement of trolley busses.
Laid wreath to the Tomb of Belgrade defenders as part of the celebration of the Victory Over Fascism.
Gave a speech in the City Council of the Federal Parliament, about Slobodan Milošević.
Handed out medals to the winners of the Ice Hockey European Championship.
Organized the water saving campaign.
Published the essay "Permanent mobilisation of creative people. A winning strategy for Serbia ", Naša borba 3/1997.
Went to Barcelona to the European Basketball Championship Final. During the visit, he met with the Mayor of Barcelona.
Attended the celebration of 800th Anniversary of the Russian capital.
Addressed the Belgrade Democratic Party conference.
Donated books collected during the campaign titled "A book to each child".
Published the essay "Permanent mobilisation of creative people. A winning strategy for Serbia ", Naša borba, 3/1997.
Visited the railway and tramline in Novi Beograd.
Gave signal to start the Belgrade Marathon and ran 5 km in the ‘race of joy’.
"Biciklijada" cycling race was carried out. Zoran Đinđić gave signal for its start.
Hosted a reception on the occasion of the City Assembly St Patron’s Day.
Final manifestation following the Belgrade Cleaning Campaign was organized.
Visited Belgrade Zoo.
Paid an official visit to Paris.
Addressed the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party.
Paid official visit to Germany at the invitation of Friedrich Ebert foundation. He met with the representatives of political parties, non-governmental sector and businessmen. During the visit, the delivery of busses was agreed, as the German support to Belgrade.
Prepared the reception for the Formula 1 drivers Damon Hilo and Pedro Diniz.
Talked with the Mayor of Skopje, during his official visit to Belgrade.
Paid official visit to Banja Luka.
Paid a working visit to Senta and addressed the citizens with the words: “I am sure that the citizens of Serbia will soon win their right to new and fair elections".
Attended the concert held on the stage in front of the Academy of Music.
The campaign for opening of the first Computer Library for the Blind came to life.
Opened 31st Belgrade International Theatre Festival (BITEF) in the "Sava" Centre.
Visited ‘ecological spots’ in Belgrade.
Watched the "English Patient" premiere
Paid official visit to Zurich where he met with the Mayor, Mr. Josef Estermann.
Attended Batajnica Air Show.
Gave speech at the anti-election rally in Kraljevo.
Addressed the invitation to the presidents and mayors of other countries to provide their support by donating busses for the public transportation.
Attended the all-time football derby between Zvezda and Partizan.
Presented the Certificates of Appreciation for the Belgrade Cleaning Campaign.
Hosted the formal reception for the participants and guests of BITEF.
Prepared the reception for Belgrade Marathon organizers.
Received the representatives of Berlin ALBA company, and signed the preliminary agreement on recycling of waste in Belgrade.
The Book Collection Campaign was initiated, with the support of Zoran Đinđić.
Hosted a reception for the students of primary and secondary schools.
Met with the Foreign Ministers from the region.
Handed the keys to solidarity apartments.
Addressed the anti-election message.
Paid official visit to Moscow; talked with the Mayor about economic cooperation.
Held a meeting with the members of Organization Committee of the "Tour de Danube".
Put the bike lane into use, for Belgrade citizens.
Signed the Agreement with "Zajedno" coalition on behalf of the Democratic Party, on the joint participation in the presidential and parliamentary elections.
Organized the campaign for installing 100 basketball boards.
Received representatives of McDonald’s, including the Director of Central and East Europe.
Condemned the use of brute force against students who, ironically enough intended to mark the birthday of FRY president, Slobodan Milošević in their own way.
Opened the first Library for the Blind.
Organized the presentation of the project for marking the cycling lanes in Belgrade.
Participated in the meeting organized following the initiative to pass the Law on Local Self-government.
Received the British Ambassador, Sir Ivor Roberts, the first secretary of trade, Mr. David Slin, representative of the World largest investment bank "Hong Kong and Shangai Bak – HSBC" Mr. Gavin Ryan. During that day, he also met and talked with the Director of German holding company "METZ" Mr. Rolf Kessler.
Visited Ada Ciganlija.
Eelcted Mayor of Belgrade, at the first meeting of the City Assembly Session. The second meeting chaired by Zoran Đinđić was held on the same day.
Attended the beginning of the World Volleyball League.
Paid a one-day official visit to Belgium.
Held working meetings with the City Assembly services.
Visited the Belgrade Institute of Informatics and Statistics.
Gave a speech at the meeting of the City Assembly about the initiative for his replacement.
Paid an official visit to Spain, along with the other leaders of "Zajedno" coalition, and met a number of officials.
Talked with the students from Great Britain.
The parliamentary elections held in Serbia, boycotted by the Democratic Party, due to their disagreement with the law on elections.
Addressed the beard members of the City of Belgrade Assembly, on the 1997 City Budget.
Re-elected president of the Democratic Party at its Assembly.
Attended the Spanish play “Demons”, performed in front of the Old Royal Court.
Opened the exhibition titled "100 Years of Serbian Town Planning".
Initiated the instigation of the procedure to examine the compliance of the Law on electoral units for the national members of parliament elections. The initiative was taken jointly with the Association of Serbian Citizens.
Participated in the activity of cleaning the river waterways and banks.
Opened 44th Documentary and Short Film Festival.
The “Challenge Day” held in Belgrade, in the presence of the Mayor, Zoran Đinđić.
Held meetings with UK and Spanish Ambassadors.
Met with Sergey Bubka, promoter of the Belgrade Marathon.
Gave speech at the seventh meeting of the City Assembly on the significance of international cooperation between cities.
Opened 4th international rowing regatta "Galeb 97".
Visited "Ikarbus" company in Zemun.
Addressed the citizens with the New Year message: "A year of great disappointments and lost chances is behind us".
Published the foreword for the book "Criticism and Crisis, A study of the pathogenesis of the civil world" Reinhart Kozelek, Plato.
Talked with the members of Federal Parliament of Germany. Gave speech at the Aspen Institute.
Published the essay "Like planets around the black Sun", Danas.
Replaced from his position of the Belgrade Mayor, by the votes of SPO, SPS-JUL and SRS.
Published the essay "Political platforms instead of ideology", Naša borba, 3/1997.
Attended the meeting of Vojvodina AP Board of Democratic Party.
Held the lecture at Aspen Institute. The topic of the lecture was the "New beginning for Serbia: platform instead of ideology".
Received the Bulgarian Ambassador Ivail Trifonov, with whom he discussed the political situation on the Balkans and the democratization process in the Region.
Participated in the conference titled "Dialogue between Albanians and Serbs on the Kosovo crisis" at the invitation of the International Federation for Human Rights.
Visited Niš and addressed the rally "For Montenegro, for Serbia, for Yugoslavia".
Addressed the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party. He stated that the "pragmatic politician does not give up talks with any major political entity in Serbia and FRY".
He met the OSCE Chair, the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bronislaw Geremek. They discussed the situation in Kosovo, new Serbian government and democratization process in the Region.
Met with the Swedish Foreign Minister, Lena Hjelm-Wallen, to discuss the political situation in the Balkan s and the democratization process in the Region.
Talked with Ioan Donka, Special Envoy of Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister and Ambassador of Romania in Belgrade, Panait Lefter. The topic of the discussion was the Kosovo crisis and its impact on the countries in the Region.
Received João Teotónio Pereira, the Portuguese Chargé d'affaires, with whom he discussed the political situation in Kosovo and the democratization process in the Region.
Gave speech at the celebration of the Democratic Party's Saint Patron's Day.
Talked with Michael Haltzel, American Senator advisor, Jesse Helms, and Elisabeth Haltzel, Senator advisor to Joseph Biden. The discussion covered key concerns of the Region, Yugoslavia and Serbia: situation in Kosovo, economic difficulties and democratization process.
The Democratic Party Main Committee issued the announcement condemning the terrorism and use of force to achieve political goals in Kosovo.
Met with the Foreign Minister of Austria, Mr. Schiesel to discuss the Kosovo crisis and the crisis of democratic processes in Serbia.
Translated "Criticism and Crisis, A study of the pathogenesis of the civil world" by Reinhart Kozelek, Plato.
Payed a one-day visit to Bijeljina, at the invitation of its Mayor, Dragomir Savić.
The Democratic Party anniversary was celebrated with the working breakfast for journalists hosted by Zoran Đinđić.
Published the essay "Rights first and foremost", NIN.
Met with the Belgian Ambassador in Belgrade, Jonas Kuvir, with whom he discussed the current political situation in Yugoslavia.
Published the essay "Zoran Đinđić – self portrait", NIN, br. 2455.
Received the Greek Ambassador, Panagiotis Vasilopoulos, with whom he discussed the political situation on the Balkans and the democratization process in the Region.
Met with the European Council representatives, to discuss possible solutions to the Kosovo and Metohia crisis.
Attended the inauguration of Milo Đukanović.
Received the UK Ambassador, Bryan Donelly, with whom he discussed the political situation on the Balkans and the democratization process in the Region.
Addressed the third extraordinary meeting of the Democratic Party and invited to general people’s resistance to Milošević's regime.
Visited London to meet the MPs and Diaspora members.
Talked with the ambassador, Peter Strims, the Head of EU Monitoring Mission in the former Yugoslavia.
Stayed in Montenegro, to participate in the pre-election campaign of the coalition "For better living - – Milo Đukanović".
Paid official visit to Germany, where he gave speech in the Centre for European Integrations Studies, Bonn University.
Gave speech at the protests organized by the Democratic Party on the Republic Square, to express the disagreement with the draft Law on Universities.
Met with the Czech Republic Ambassador, Ivan Busniak, with whom he discussed the political situation on the Balkan s and the democratization process in the region.
Met with Raška and Prizren Bishop Artemije and Momčilo Trajković, leader of the Serbian SPO party in Kosovo, in Belgrade, to discuss the situation in the southern Serbian Province and consider possible solutions to the Kosovo crisis.
Gave speech at the Main Committee meeting of the Democratic Party about the initiative for his replacement.
Participated at Crans- Montana Forum, discussing the topic "Balkan crisis – what is the future of the Region?"
Together with the leaders of the Alliance for Change stayed in USA where he talked with the State Department representatives, media and non-governmental organizations.
Attended the conference "Democratic Initiative for West Balkans" at the invitation of European Democratic Union.
Visits Vienna together with the other leaders of the Alliance for Change, where he met the government representatives, political parties and non-governmental organizations.
Returned to Belgrade, upon which he gave the statement commenting on the speculations concerning his arrest: "I believe that it is more than cynical and ironical to be wanted due to the war organized by them, led by them, without their being personally involvement in it.”
Paid an official visit to Bulgaria, to talk with the ruling party officials.
Stayed in Norway, together with DOS leaders, to meet with Norwegian officials.
Paid an official visit to Romania where he met Romanian officials.
Gave speech at the rally of the Alliance for Change in Užice.
Stayed in Bonn where he met the German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder.
Met with Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch, Pavle, together with other opposition leaders, to agree on the joint participation in the rally on 19th August 1999 and the requirement to establish the transitional government of experts.
Gave speech at the rally of the Alliance for Change in Prokuplje.
Paid an official visit to France, where he met the French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine, to discuss the likelihood of the change of regime in FRY.
Belgrade state media accused Dr Zoran Đinđić and Milo Đukanović of betraying the country, on accounts of their discussions with officials of the countries that participated in atrocities against FRY.
Due to permanent threats and media campaign led by the regime-controlled media, he left Belgrade and sought safety in Montenegro, together with his family.
Gave speech at the rally of the Alliance for Change in Jagodina.
Gave speech at the rally of the Alliance for Change in Pirot.
Gave speech at the press conference held by the Democratic Party, where he pointed out: "As the party, we are satisfied with the former year, but as the parents and citizens, we are not".
Met with EU Delegation, together with the other leaders of opposition. The opposition request to lift sanctions to FRY was delivered.
Gave speech at the presentation of the Coalition "Alliance for Change"
American weekly "Time" ranked Zoran Đinđić among the top 14 politicians of the 3rd millennium.
Paid official visit to Budapest.
Led daily rallies of the Alliance for Change which lasted 89 days.
Paid official visit to London.
Signed the agreement of the coalition Alliance for Change, on behalf of the Democratic Party.
Participated in the OSCE Summit in Istanbul. He met a number of international officials.
Stayed in Germany, to talk with SPD representatives and German Chancellor, Mr. Gerhard Schroeder on continuing with providing of humanitarian aid to Serbia.
Led the rally of the Alliance for Change in Belgrade, the attendance of which numbered 100,000.
Paid an official visit to Macedonia where he met with the presidential candidate, Mr. Boris Trajkovski.
He met with Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch, Pavle.
Met with US Envoy to the Balkans, James Dobbins.
The Democratic Opposition of Serbia signed the "Arrangement with Serbia", undertaking the obligation to bring democratic changes in Serbia. Zoran Đinđić was the signing party to the arrangement, on behalf of the Democratic Party.
Signed the Agreement by the Democratic Opposition of Serbia. Zoran Đinđić elected the campaign manager.
Addressed the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party.
Re-elected president at the sixth regular assembly of the Democratic Party.
Heard in the First Municipal Court, based on the legal suit instigated by Milovan Bojić for the alleged defamation.
Stayed in Berlin, where he visited the German Business House and made a guest appearance on NTV.
The protests started, due to the denial of election results. Zoran Đinđić called for a boycott and general strike by citizens and companies.
Returned from visit in USA where he talked with the officials of the State Department and held a lecture at the Harvard University.
The non-violent 5th October Revolution took place.
Stayed in Moscow, together with the other leaders of opposition. Upon his return, he stated that ‘nothing spectacular happened in Moscow, as he had expected, but that the ties between the democratic forces of Serbia and Russian Government had strengthened’.
Spoke at the second meeting of the Second Regular Session of the FRY Parliament
Attended the charity dinner for the Balkans, together with the other leaders of opposition, organized by the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe. The dinner raised 2.4 billion Euros for the urgent infrastructure projects for the Balkans.
Visited Greece, where he met the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Georgios Papandreou, who promised the assistance to Serbia to facilitate its electricity debt repayment.
Talked with the Chair of the Stability Pact, Hans Koschnik, about the refugee issue.
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”.
Talked with Special UN Envoy for Balkans, Carl Bildt.
Gave speech at the rally of the opposition Alliance for Change in Lazarevac.
Spoke at the first meeting of the Second Regular Session of the FRY Parliament
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.
Visited Novi Sad with DOS Caravan.
Gave speech at the huge rally organized by the Democratic Opposition of Serbia.
Gave speech at the Saint Patron’s Day celebration of the Democratic Party in Jagodina.
Took part in the Stability Pact conference, attended by international community representatives, other opposition parties, non-governmental organizations and media.
Visited 150 places within the DOS Caravan, which included the opposition leaders, party activists and numerous public figures.
Talked with the Polish Ambassador and advisor of Polish President, Mr. Kwasniewski.
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.
Received a prestigious German Bambi Award for his contribution to democracy, presented by Angela Merkel.
Together with representatives of parties SPS and SPO signed agreement about establishment of the Interim Government of the Republic of Serbia.
Elections for Parliamentary Assembly of the Republic of Serbia were held. Democratic Opposition of Serbia acquired 176 seats in the Parliament.
Visited Brussels, at the invitation of Conrad Adenauer and Friedrich Ebert, where he met EU officials.
Gave speech at the closing conference of DOS attended by around 300,000 persons.
Talked with Serbian business community, in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and requested the honest partnership and criticism from their part.
Met with Bill Clinton, the US president, to discuss the possibilities with regard the democratic and economic revival of Serbia, stabilization in the region and problems of Serbs in Kosovo. He attended the traditional National Prayer Breakfast.
Presidential and parliamentary elections held in FRY, for FRY Parliament, Vojvodina Parliament, city and municipal authorities in Serbia
Participated in protests against takeover of independent TV "Studio B"
Voting results announced, confirming the victory of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia. Around 200,000 citizens of Belgrade gathered to celebrate the victory.
Representatives of opposition parties adopted the joint manifesto.
Published the essay "A change in the collective Serbian behaviour is essential ", Profil, 35.
Published the essay "A road from the East to the West", Profil, 33.
Published the essay "We are the only ones who do not mind wasting our victories", Profil, No 35.
Published the essay "What kind of future are we creating", Svedok.
Paid an official visit to USA at the invitation of the State Secretary, Collin Powel, upon which he acquired support of the USA for all the key problems of the new government.
Slobodan Milošević arrested.
Gave speech at the meeting of the Democratic Party Main Committee.
Visited Subotica and Bečej where he talked with local authorities, businessmen and citizens.
Participated in European economic forum. Zoran Đinđić stated that he expected the attendants to support Serbia and FRY among the international business circles.
Economic and Social Council of the Republic of Serbia was founded, with the objective to establish the dialogue between three social partners, mitigate the transition problems and protect the poorest population.
Spoke at the session of the Democratic Party Main Committee in Raška.
Attended signing of contracts on the reconstruction of 50 streets in 50 Serbian towns.
Met with the representatives of local self-government. The major topics of the meeting were the new financial regulations, such as the settlement of internal debt, unburdening of economy, gross salaries, including the proposals for the draft Law on local self-government.
Opened a cycling race "Throughout Serbia".
Spends time with children from seven cities in Serbia within the manifestation "Child’s week".
Attended the symbolic beginning of religious education in the Belgrade primary school "Kralj Petar Prvi". The civic education classes started on 7th.
Participated in the work of the international conference on management in the onset of the 21st century, organized in Athens by the magazine “Ekonomist”.
Hosted a festive dinner for the participants in the two-day International investment conference titled: “Yugoslavia summit”.
Met with the delegation of Association for abducted and missing Serbs from Kosovo and Metohia.
Took part in consultations about the establishment of the new Federal government.
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.
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.
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.
Addressed the members of Serbian Parliament, describing the situation in Kosovo and Metohia.
Met with Serbian Patriarch Pavle and members of Serbian Orthodox Church Holy Synod.
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".
Opened the presentation titled "Strategic paths of Serbian development by 2006." Organized by the Ministry of Finance and Economy.
Talked with the International Red Cross Committee delegation.
Meeting with the Democratic Opposition of Serbia was held to discuss the Law on cooperation with the Hague Tribunal.
Met with the ministers of education and religions, Gašo Knežević and Vojislav Milovanović and the high delegation of Serbian Orthodox Church led by Bačka Episcope Irinej Bulović. The announced introduction of optional subjects – religious teaching or education in democracy, human rights and tolerance.
Talked with Emir Kusturica and representatives of French production house, Canal plus.
Visited the district of central Banat.
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".
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.
Opened 40th International Car Show.
Delivered speech at the celebration of Democratic Party Saint Patron’s day. On the occasion, he mentioned that “in three months, not much was achieved with regard to the autonomy of Vojvodina, given that this was one of the most serious interventions in the inherited system of the centralised government".
Met with new United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Rudd Lubbers, with whom he discussed the problem of refugees and displaced persons.
Talked with the heir to the throne, Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević.
Talked with the representatives of six major municipalities affected by flood. Emergency aid was sent to those municipalities.
Visited the thermal power plant "Nikola Tesla".
Paid official visit to USA, visited Microsoft where he met its founder, Bill Gates.
Met with Kolubara management.
Talked with the representatives of producers and processing plants of edible oil.
Attended the congress of the Socio democratic Party of Europe (SPE) where he proposed that a special body is formed for monitoring and assisting the countries which still do not meet all the criteria for EU accession, in order to assist them in their stability development.
Addressed the attendants of "Sinergija 2001."
Signed a letter of intentions with Microsoft for Serbia.
Visited “Poljoprivredna korporacija Beograd” agricultural complex.
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.
Met the EU Delegation. The aid worth 450 million Euros was promised to Serbia on the occasion.
Visited Bor basin.
The first one hundred days of the Serbian government headed by Zoran Đinđić were marked. He stated that he was not satisfied with the rapidity of changes.
Paid official visit to Austria where he talked with Austrian Chancellor, Wolfgang Schüssel. The administration of Austrian assistance to Serbia was discussed.
Published the essay "Adrenaline for changes", Nedeljni telegraf.
Visited Nitrogen Plant, Petrochemical complex and Refinery of Pančevo.
Met with members of "Povratak" coalition in Kosovo and Metohia Parliament.
Paid an official visit to Germany, where he talked with the German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder and the Foreign Affairs Minister, Joschka Fischer. In Düsseldorf, he met with the German Business representatives, to discuss the possible expansion of economic cooperation between the two countries.
Talked with the EBRD delegation, with its president, Charles Frank who announced the opening of the office of that bank in Serbia.
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.
Paid an official visit to Budapest, where he met the Prime Minister, Viktor Orban.
Paid an official visit to Macedonia.
Met with the representatives of non-governmental organizations dealing with alternative education.
Talked with the actor and film director, Ljubiša Samardžić.
Gave speech at the presentation of the credit financing campaign for "Starting the privatization".
Talked with the head of Greek Orthodox Church, Archbishop Christodoulos and Serbian Patriarch Pavle.
Spoke at the seminar organized by the Supreme Court of Serbia.
Talked with the delegation of pharmaceutical industry groups and producers of medical material.
Spoke before the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Condemn the terrorist attacks in America.
Formed the task force to investigate all the elements included in the electricity price.
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.
Opened the Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. He talked with around 200 businessmen.
Paid official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina where he talked with officials and businessmen of Bosnia and Herzegovina Federation.
Met with Montenegrin Prime Minister, Filip Vujanović.
With federal Austrian Chancellor, Wolfgang Schüssel, signed the Memorandum of Understanding, to provide for the funding of the reform program in Serbia.
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.
Talked with the high delegation of the Republic of Poland, led by Leszek Miller.
The meeting of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia leaders was held, to discuss the proposed structure of the new Federal Government.
Paid official visit to Austria where he talked with Austrian Chancellor, Wolfgang Schüssel about the administration of Austrian assistance to Serbia.
Visited Mačva district where he talked with the local business operators and authorities.
Opened a round table do discuss the draft Labour Law.
Visited London, where he met officials of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
He met with the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs. Following this visit, the Norwegian minister announced the financial support to Yugoslavia.
Met with the president of the Serbian National Council, Milorad Pupovac, with respect to the participation of Serbs in the political life of Croatia.
Met with delegation of businessmen from North Rhine-Westphalia. The prime minister of this German province and coordinator of the Stability Pact for SEE were the members of the delegation which visited Serbia at the invitation of the PM, Zoran Đinđić.
Participated in the round table with the delegation of German business operators. The meeting was aimed at familiarizing of German business operators with the potentials of Serbia.
The first press conference of the new government was held, during which he announced the introduction of control mechanisms for the new government performance.
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".
Met with the representatives of Independent Trade Union of Serbia and UGS Nezavisnost.
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.
Attended the meeting of the Democratic Party Main Committee. He stressed the importance of consistency in the FRY foreign affairs management, in line with its international commitments.
Met with the Russian president, Mr. Vladimir Putin. The topics of the meetings were the debt rescheduling, followed by gas and agreement on customs duty removal between Russia and Yugoslavia.
Agreement reached with the Paris Club to write off two thirds of FRY debt.
Visited Niš. He addressed the local industry owners: “Preciseness, accuracy, swiftness and quality are the prerequisites for competing on the International market."
Met with Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban. The major topics of the meeting were particular forms of economic cooperation between the two countries and the status of Hungarean national minority in our country.
Addressed the participants at "The first round table with Serbian Government" organized by the “Ekonomist” magazine.
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.
Spoke at the festive opening of the Foundation Congress of German and Yugoslav bakery cooperative Bako-Yugoslavia.
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".
Talked with the Delegation of the Association of Serbs exiled from Kosovo.
Met with political representatives of Serbs from Kosovo and Metohia.
Agreement reached with Trade Union representatives of raspberry producers and processing plants.
Visited Siemens company where he talked with the Managing Board president, Heinrich Pirer. The discussion included the possibilities of financing the projects in Serbia.
Met with the Minister Kristof Koppel, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany.
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.
Announced the official application of FRY for hosting the European Basketball Championship in 2005.
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".
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.
Met with the Macedonian Prime Minister.
Discussed the Republic of Serbia Budget and macroeconomic policy with the IMF delegation.
In the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, spoke about the government strategy and economic program implementation.
He delivered speech on 5th conference of the Democratic Party. He stated that “Belgrade has to serve as a model and example of reforms and the Balkan’s shopwindow.”
Met with the representative of "DaimlerChrysler" management, Dr Klaus Mangold, to discuss the promotion of relationship between Serbia and Germany.
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.
Met the Head of the Finnish Foreign Minister, Erkki Toumi.
Participated in a one-day gathering, under the theme "Economic forum Serbia, Yugoslavia".
Participated at the international conference "In search of truth and responsibility – towards a democratic future".
Visited several facilities under construction in Belgrade.
Visited the motor and tractor plant "Industrija motora i traktora" in Novi Beograd.
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”.
Paid official visit to Czech officials and participated in the Forum dedicated to economic relations between Serbia and the Czech Republic.
Talked with the Minister of Energy, Economy and Traffic of North Rhine-Westphalia about the assistance of this Province to Serbia.
Attended the opening of the reconstructed house for children without parental care populated by 506 children.
Presented the equipment for haemodialysis to Prokuplje hospital, including one thousand of spare sets for the dialysis.
Visited Ministry of Interior and stated that only the autonomous agency acting in compliance with the law may regain the trust of citizens.
Met with Vojvodina Assembly Chairman, Nenad Čanak.
On the occasion of the visit to Hydrometeorological Institute he presented the measures for providing support to regions struck by natural disasters.
Present at the discussion on draft Privatization Law, Privatization Agency and share fund in the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Visited Valjevo on the occasion of opening the regional office of the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency.
The meeting of Democratic Opposition of Serbia was held, to decide on starting with immediate preparations of new republic constitution.
Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament on the draft Budget Law of the Republic of Serbia for 2002.
Paid official visit to Moscow. During the discussion with the Russian Foreign Minister, Igor Ivanov, his support was given with respect to all the crucial issues concerning Serbia.
Paid an official visit to USA. The visit was aimed at communicating the difficulties encountered by the new government in Serbia.
Published the essay "A proposal for agreement on the state’s goals ", Vreme, 533.
Met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zlatko Lagumdžija.
Visited flooded regions in Loznica municipality.
Opened the World Kick-boxing Championship.
Addressed the meeting of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Assembly.
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.
Met with the Greek delegation from Marousi municipality.
Met with the representatives of Yugoslav Cooperation Committee, UNICEF and Yugoslav Centre for Child’s Rights.
Announced the national program for combating crime and corruption.
Met with the Vice President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Rita Süssmuth. During the discussion, he pointed out that the consistent implementation of the Resolution 1244 should be the test of decisiveness in international relations.
Talked with Prince Aleksandar and the Princess Katarina Karađorđević.
Visited Zaječar district.
Attended the consecration of Saint Sava Temple.
Talked with the IBM delegation. Signed the Agreement on building a new IT structure of the Serbian Ministry of Interior.
Elected the Republic of Serbia Prime Minister.
Met with SMEs in Southern Serbia.
Visited municipalities Priboj, Prijepolje and Novi Pazar.
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".
Visited Zlatibor district where he met local business operators and local government representatives.
Met with European Commissioner Chris Patten, who announced EUR 230 million of aid to Serbia.
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.
Met with the Republika Srpska Prime Minister, Mladen Ivanić.
Held a meeting with the representatives of non-governmental organizations.
Met with former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney.
Spoke at the press conference of the Serbian Government held following the provision of funds for the purchase of wheat and overhauls in EPS.
Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament on the draft Budget Law of the Republic of Serbia for 2002. .
Presented the draft Budget to the Republic of Serbia Parliament.
Opened 5th International Congress of Higher Orthodox and Theological Schools.
Opened the First International Conference in Belgrade, dedicated to environmental protection.
Carried out negotiations between DOS and SNP to pass the law on cooperation with the Hague Tribunal.
Met with Canadian Foreign Minister, Mr. John Menley. The Canadian Minister conveyed the message of Canada’s government expressing their support to the Prime Minister and the new Serbian government.
Slobodan Milošević handed over to the Hague Tribunal. The Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić addressed the citizens of Serbia.
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.
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.
Paid official visit to France. Following the meeting with Jacques Chirac he stated that “Luckily enough, we have a partner in Paris with whom we agree on all the issues".
Spoke at the extraordinary session of Serbian Parliament, dedicated to the situation in Kosovo.
Talked with official delegation of Slovakia.
Met with Slovakia Prime Minister, Mikulas Dzurinde during his official visit to Serbia.
Called an unscheduled press conference of the Serbian Government, and stated that Slobodan Milošević cannot be above law.
Economy encouragement program was presented. The Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić underlined that the government had three objectives: opening towards international financial institutions, enactment of appropriate legislation and promotion of microeconomic activities.
Met with the first man of IOC, Mr. Juan Antonio Samaranch.
Participated at the joint meeting of Serbian Industrial trade union management, and the management of the Serbian Trade Union Council.
Presented the project relating to the operation of Agency for the development of small and medium enterprises, to journalists.
Met with dr Mladen Ivanić, Republika Srpska Prime Minister.
Talked with Patriarch Pavle and the republic ministers of faith and education, about the introduction of religious and civic education in schools.
Visited Kuršumlija and Prokuplje.
Published the essay "On the road to itself. Serbia today, as before, is not a fait accompli but an opportunity ", NIN, 108.
Published the essay "Serbia and its Neighbours", Međunarodna politika.
Published the essay "Serbia, the Balkans and Europe", Međunarodna politika
Published the essay "Serbia, the Balkans and Europe", Međunarodna politika, 1107.
Published the essay "The difficulties of globalization ", NIN
Spoke at the Women’s Forum foundation assembly of the Democratic Party.
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.
Visited Vršac region within the campaign “Serbia on the right path”. Discussed the daily problems encountered by the farmers from the region and entire Serbia. Talked with the population at the organized public forum.
Talked with the Chairman of International Road Federation, Mr. Wim Westerhuis and the Deputy Secretary General of European Conference of Ministers of Transport, Mr. Alain Rathery.
Published the essay "Surgery without anaesthesia! Operation a success if Serbia cooperates", Nedeljni telegraf, 110.
Visited the village in Toplica district where he spoke at the celebration academy on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the Toplica Uprising.
Met with the representatives of the City of Belgrade.
Paid an official visit to Germany, where he participated in the panel discussion “Changes in East Europe” by Claus Mangold, the chair of the East German Economy Committee. During the visit, he talked with the Prime Minister, Gerhard Schroder.
Addressed the members of Serbian Parliament speaking about the Agreement on redefining the relations between Serbia and Montenegro. On the occasion, he stated that the Agreement was at the time, the only realistic solution and added that he supported it, despite of some of its shortcomings.
Attended the meeting of the representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Privatization and Privatization Agency, with the heads of districts, municipal assemblies and their executive boards.
Met with the delegation of Austria, led by the Transport Minister, Mr. Matthias Reinhold.
Talked with the European External Relations Commissioner, Chris Patten.
Received POLAK award for the contribution to the development of democracy in the Central and East Europe, presented by the Fond for American Studies from Washington and POLAK Foundation.
Talked with the president of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Yevgeny Primakov. During the discussions, the need for further cooperation was stressed, together with the promise of Mr. Primakov to make every effort to eliminate the problems with the supply and sale of gas to our country.
Appointed president of Organizing Committee of 12th Water Polo World Cup.
Visited the Students’ town and had dinner with the students in their cantina, to mark the Students’ Day.
Set up the Council for European Integration of the Serbian government, headed by Zoran Đinđić. "European Union", he said, "is a political and civilization symbol. However, it represents more than just an EU membership – it is a set of criteria, the compliance with which shall be the indicator of the state establishment and its development”, he stated on the occasion.
Spoke at the meeting organized for American businessmen and invited American companies to invest into Serbian market.
Received the research ship Argus, from the Prime Minister of the Province Hesse, Roland Koch as a gift to Serbia. The ship would be used to examine the quality of river waters.
Paid official visit to United Arab Emirates where he discussed the establishment of trade chains with the officials.
Met with Executive Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and stated that this bank would support the projects in Serbia by granting the credit facilities agreed during the former year, in the amount of EUR240 million.
Talked with the Secretary-General of the Wold Tourism Organization, Mr. Francesco Frangialli.
Spoke at the conference titled "Gender equality standards and mechanisms".
Talked with USA Ambassador of the State Department, Pierre-Richard Prosper. Đinđić thanked him for the USA support during the discussions held by our country with the Paris club of creditors and said that he hoped such support would continue in the future.
Visited wheat fields of PKB corporation.
Talked with the youth from Diaspora, who participated in the campaign "Moba 2002".
Opened a three-day international conference on education reform in Serbia titled "Baby steps and expected challenges"."Knowledge is the major resource of 21st century and the one that gains it will be superior compared to the others", was the Serbian PMs message.
Together with the Minister of Economy and Privatization, met with the managers of six largest Serbian armament manufacturers.
Attended Christmas Liturgy in Saint Sava Temple.
Spoke at the reception made on the occasion of opening the building of the Supreme Court. He said: “The reforms require fine laws and institutions that would be able to apply them".
Participated in the public forum within the government’s tour titled "Serbia on the right path"
Spoke at the opening of 13th ‘Tourist Stock Exchange of Spa Resorts’.
Held a speech at the Main Committee meeting of the Democratic Party.
Participated in the conference "New Era of South Eastern Europe: regional capacities and business opportunities" organized by the Stability Pact for SEE, and had a number of bilateral meetings with high EU officials.
Addressed the participants of XXXII session of the Permanent conferences of cities and municipalities in Yugoslavia.
The first working meeting of the Committee for preventing the addiction diseases was held, at the initiative of the Prime Minister, Dr Zoran Đinđić
Talked with Co-ordinator of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, Mr. Erhard Busek.
Talked with the delegation of Swedish Ericsson managed by the CEO Kurt Hellstrom, on the role of telecommunications’ enhancement in the development of Serbia.
Paid official visit to Romania, where he met with the Romanian Prime Minister, Mr. Adrian Nastase.
Paid official visit to Italy where he met with the PM, Mr. Silvio Berlusconi, who provided his support with regard to the fast integration of the country in EU.
Spoke at the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party.
Visited Belgrade Arena during the construction works.
Met with Havier Solana.
Visited Pčinja district.
Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament following the adoption of the Agreement on redefining relations between Serbia and Montenegro.
Initiated the campaign to provide funding for the National Museum of Belgrade.
Met with the Greek Prime Minister, Costas Simitis. The two Prime Ministers stressed the importance of the construction of Corridor 10 for both countries.
Met with the economic delegation of Albania. "Both Belgrade and Tirana need to resolve difficult, human and historical issues. They have to be resolved through mutual tolerance and respect for human and property rights”, said Đinđić.
Published the review of the book "Problems of globalization" by Joseph Stiglitz, NIN, 52/2002.
The meeting of Organizing Committee of 12th World Water Polo Cup was held in the premises of "FINA KUP 2002 – Beograd", chaired by Zoran Đinđić.
Met the delegation of the Norwegian Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Received an annual reward of International Trade Centres, awarded for critical contribution to creating special business environment.
Visited the agricultural corporation of Belgrade (“Poljoprivredna korporacija Beograd - PKB).
Participates in the charity dinner. The full amount of raised funds was donated to the children without parental care.
Talked with the delegation of the Cooperative Association of Serbia.
Spoke at the session of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party, announcing the reconstruction of the Government.
Visited Jablanica district within the "Serbia on the right path" campaign.
Attends signing of Business Cooperation Agreement between Subotica Si&Si Company and German KHS and French Sidel.
Talked with Patriarch Peter VII of Alexandria and Orthodox church dignitaries.
Visited Belgrade Stock Exchange.
Spoke at the meeting of representatives of legislation authorities, judicial system and police about the judicial reform.
Together with the Minister of Urban Development and Constraction, Dragoslav Šumarac, reached an agreement with the representatives of public companies on further simplification of the procedure for obtaining the building permit.
Opened the Second Business Conference under the auspices of Serbian government, sending a message to representatives of national and foreign companies that this is the right time for investments in Serbia.
Gave speech at the oath taking by magistrates.
State Security Council formed, with Zoran Đinđić as the president of the council.
Visited the Institute of nuclear Sciences Vinča,together with the Minister of Science, Technology and Development, Dragan Domazet.
Visited Bor, which represented the second part of the "Serbia on the right path" campaign. The Prime Minister Đinđić first of all met the pupils and students in the cantina of the Students’ centre, to talk with them about new business opportunities for the youth in Bor.
Participated in the round table titled "High education – international and national practise” where the opportunities and shortcomings of high education in Serbia were discussed.
The Serbian government led by Zoran Đinđić launched the campaign “Proud of Serbia”.
Participated in the Churchill Symposium organized by European Institute of Zurich University.
Met with the Mayor of Moscow, Jurij Luzhkov.
Met with Richard von Weizsacker, President of the German Federal Republic in the period 1984 to 1994.
Continued with the visit to Zaječar district; talked with the secondary school students in the Technical School hall.
Finished his visit to Zaječar district by participating in the public forum discussion in Zaječar Theatre, where he talked with the citizens.
In the course of his visit to Srem district, talked with the citizens of Sremska Mitrovica.
Spoke at the presentation of the National Strategy for solving the problem of refugees and displaced persons.
Visited Salaš household of one of the most successful producers of vegetables in Serbia, Branko Hodoba.
Met with the Romanian delegation, headed by Romanian Prime Minister, Adrijan Nastase.
Addressed the members of National Parliament, presenting the government’s proposal of the 2003 budget. He spoke about social and economic factors which affected the budget apportionment, motivations of the government to create such budget and the control of its outlays.
Signed the Agreement on redefining relations between Serbia and Montenegro.
Addressed the citizens on the occasion of 500 days of the Serbian government headed by himself. “Our goal has been and will always be the European Serbia. This means the healthy economy, solid work posts and salaries, efficient health and education systems, safety of borders and safety of citizens in the streets,” he stated.
Established the Committee for the preparation of the Strategy to decrease poverty in Serbia, chaired by Zoran Đinđić.
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.
Spoke at the celebration opening of the National Savings Post.
Visited the experimental station "Radmilovac" of the Zemun Faculty of Agriculture.
Visited Podunavlje district where he talked with the local population and the business community.
Talked with the citizens of Šabac within the campaign "Serbia on the right path".
Govori na otvaranju druge skupštine nevladinih organizacija zemalja Centralne Evrope, bivšeg SSSR i Turske, koja se u Beogradu održava pod pokroviteljstvom Svetske banke.
Opened the two-day conference titled "Universities of Serbia in European Educational Environment". "The most eminent form of investments in a society are investments into knowledge, and as an individual wisely invests into his/her qualifications, the society wishing to make a wise investment should rather make an investment into knowledge", said Đinđić.
Talked with the representatives of Youth Council of Belgrade and youth non-governmental organizations.
Greeted the gathered representatives of agricultural cooperatives at their Second Congress.
Spoke at the celebration of the Statehood Day of Serbia. In his speech, he reminded the gathered that on that day and on that particular place, the foundations of modern Serbian state were set, by enacting the first Serbian constitution.
Talked with Panayiotis Demetriou, President of the governing party of Cyprus and European Council member, who confirmed his support to the accession of FRY to European Union.
Signed the Agreement on promoting the work of the Republic of Serbia Social and Economic Council with the representatives of three largest Trade Union organizations in Serbia and Employer Association representative.
The Republic of Serbia Development Fond chaired by Zoran Đinđić, granted investment credit lines for 148 investment programs, designated for stimulating the economy and production.
Founded the Centre for promoting the employment of young experts.
Opened the Diagnostics Centre within the Faculty of Dentistry.
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”.
Talked with FIBA president, Mr. Georg Vasilakopoulos and the delegation of the Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia.
Talked with the members of the International Cooperative Association delegation led by Lars Hillbom, the president of the European Cooperative Association.
Published the essay "The new Constitution will end the mission of our ancestors", Glas javnosti.
Within the "Serbia on the right path" campaign, visited West and North Bačka districs.
At the meeting titled "Belgrade has nobody but us" he discussed the enhancement of touristic offer quality in the capital.
Participated at 2nd annual meeting of European Economic Summit. The topic of the meeting was the “Transformed Europe: Seeking for joint vision”, organized under the patronage of Austrian president, Thomas Klestile.
Met with the Head of UNMIK, Michael Steiner, with the main discussion held about the forthcoming local elections in Kosovo and Metohia, planned for 26th October.
Participated at the round table dialogue titled “Role of non-governmental organizations in the democratic society". The participants of the round table concluded that the legal framework should be established to support the cooperation between the civic society and the government and to clarify any doubts, prejudices and distrust in that sector.
Talked with members of UN Security Council delegation.
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.
Paid a one-day visit to Frankfurt, where, apart from having a number of meetings, he held a lecture before the Hessen Circle, titled "Peace prospective: Integration of Serbia and the Balkans in Europe".
Initiated the organization of charity dinner to ensure financial support for the National Museum in Belgrade.
Talked with the delegation of Russian Federation. The discussions were aimed at the enhancement of mutual economic relations.
Spoke before the Republic of Serbia Parliament members about the draft law on Security and Information Agency.
Initiated the meeting to set up the donors’ consortium to support the construction of the Saint Sava Temple.
Met with the Portuguese Ambassador, Mr. Antonio Augusto Russo da Dias.
Met with the Czech Republic Prime Minister, Miloš Zeman with whom he discussed economic issues.
Spoke at the first meeting of Anti-corruption Team network.
Talked with the Minister of Economy and Technology from the Federal State of Germany on enhancement of conditions for investing into Serbia.
Met with the Greek Minister of Economy and Finance, Nikos Christodoulakis to discuss the cooperation of the two countries, in particular in the field of telecommunications, energy and food processing industry.
The Republic of Serbia Government, at the initiative of the Prime Minister, Dr Zoran Đinđić, started with organizing the implementation of preventive measures for the protection against flood.
Met with the representatives of "Crvena zvezda" and "Partizan" football clubs.
Addressed the Republic of Serbia National Assembly, to comment on the government reconstruction.
Met with the Slovenian Prime Minister, Janez Drnovšek.
Visited the dams on the Danube in Bezdan and Apatin.
Paid official visit to USA. During the visit, he met representatives of more than 30 US companies and high officials. Within the visit, he delivered a lecture at Harvard University.
Published the essay "The Chance", Nacional.
Opened the conference held under the title "Poverty profile in Serbia".
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 ".
Announced the ratification of an agreement on free trade zone between FRY and Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zlatko Lagumdžija.
Met with the OSCE Chairman and Foreign Minister of Portugal, Mr. Jaime Gama, who expressed his satisfaction with reforms undergone by the Serbian government.
Met with the president of the National Bank of Greece.
Talked with the Secretary General of UN, Kofi Annan and the Head of UN Civil Mission in Kosovo, Michael Steiner.
Talked with the representatives of Serbian business club “Privrednik". During the talks, it was concluded that a better cooperation between expert agencies within the Ministries, and experts from the associations should be developed, to ensure the establishment of an improved legislation framework.
The first session of the Organizing Committee of the European Basketball Championship “Belgrade 2005” was held.
Visited Bor, where he participated in the public discussion about problems related to Bor district.
Started his visit to Kolubara district within the campaign titled "Serbia on the right path". First, he visited the Research Centre Petnica near Valjevo, where he talked with young talents. He took part in the public forum organized with the citizens.
Specific measures agreed with the representatives of the judicial authorities, aimed at combating crime.
Opened the FINA Cup in Water Polo.
Talked with the chief prosecutor of the Hague Tribunal, Carla del Ponte.
Returned from his visit to USA. The US officials promised to unblock the funds of Serbian banks and companies that had been blocked for 12 years, on American bank accounts.
Published the essay "Belgrade agreement does not perceive a modern state", Danas.
Talked with the joint delegation of Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohia and Serbian National Council for northern Kosovo and Metohia.
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 .
The campaign of Serbian government, titled "Serbia on the right path" was launched. The purpose of the campaign was to have the government of Serbia communicate its priorities and openly discuss the problems of each region through their direct communication with the government of Serbia.
His visit to Nišava district ended with his meeting with the citizens at a public forum debate, organized in the National Theatre.
Opened a laboratory for cardiac catheterization and angiography at the Cardiology Clinical Centre in Niš.
Visited Nišava district and the Law School in Niš. Talked with the secondary school students about making the right choice when deciding about their future professions or university education, tendency of leaving the country and other current problems.
Paid official visit to Great Britain where he met with the Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Following the dialogue, he stated that a support was given to the requests of the government in Belgrade with regard to its approaching the EU, resolving the problems in Kosovo and further Economic support.
Met with the former commissionaire of German Foreign Affairs for SEE, Michael Schaffer and the newly appointed commissionaire, Ms Lisa Laura Zurdus, with whom he discussed further development of relations between the two countries.
Talked with the Delegation of Volleyball federation of Yugoslavia.
Addressed the members of Vojvodina Parliament.
Addressed the meeting of the Main Committee of the Democratic Party on the forthcoming presidential elections.
Visited Ivanjica and Zlatibor districts as part of the campaign "Serbia on the right path".
Ended his visit to Pirot district by the public speech and discussions with the citizens.
Started his visit to Pirot district within the "Serbia on the right path" campaign.
Represented the first draft of the Serbian 2003 Budget.
Commission was formed to investigate illegal construction activities.
Met with the high representative of international community for BiH Wolfgang Petritsch.
Initiated passing the regulation on rescheduling the debts of farmers, at the next session of the Government.
Met with the Prime Minister of Netherlands. "The visit of Wim Kok, the Prime Minister of Netherlands, as the significant member of EU, is the sign of the continued EU support to the Serbian Government in its reform efforts” he said after the meeting.
Published the essay "On the road to itself. Serbia today, as before, is not a fait accompli but an opportunity", NIN, 52/2002.
Met with Javier Solana, EU High Representative for Foreign Policy and Security.
Attended the meeting of the Social and Economic Council.
Met with the Montenegrin president Mr. Milo Đukanović.
Met with representatives of Serbs from Kosovo.
Participated in the quiz "Who wants to be a millionaire" broadcasted by BK TV. The amount won was donated as humanitarian aid.
Addressed the students of the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Belgrade.
Talked with the Head of Šumadija distric, Aleksandar Vučićević, the Mayor of Kragujevac Vlatko Rajković and the Parliament deputies from the district.
A joint meeting was held by the Republic government and representatives of major Trade Unions in Serbia.
Handed the cardiotocographic device provided in Frankfurt to the Human Reproduction Department of the Gynecology and Obstetrics Institute.
Spoke at the seminar titled "Reforms in health care system". "The entire world is constantly undergoing changes in the field of health care, and this is exactly the priority of the government for this year. First of all, the elementary order should be introduced in the system, possibly with a campaign for savings in the health system, to ensure that not only the citizens, but also the whole system would act in a responsible manner” said the Prime Minister.
Addressed the rally organized on the occasion of presidential elections
Donor dinner was hosted for the Saint Sava Temple, initiated by Zoran Đinđić. More than 70 million dinars was raised at the dinner. The funds would be used to continue the works on its exterior.
Talked with the Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of the Albanian government Ilir Meta.
Published the essay "Overtaking the region", NIN, 52/2002.
Spoke at the Saint Sava Academy celebration, calling upon the young and highly educated population to remain in the country.
Presented the proposal for new taxation system, together with the relevant ministes.
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.
Visited Military Medical Academy of Belgrade
During his stay in Athens, talked with the Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Georgios Papandreou and high officials from the region, about the enhancement of regional cooperation.
Opened International Conference titled "Telecommunications for Development" aimed at reconciling the plans for information society development in the SEE countries.
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.
Addressed the press conference in support of one month campaign "Serbia on the right path". The government delegations visited around sixty municipalities in 12 districts. The Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić said that in most of the municipalities, the government met similar problems, some of which would have to be resolved in a systemic way.
Reached an agreement with farmers from several Serbian towns, thus ending a several-day blockade of roads.
Talked with the high delegation of Republika Srpska.
Published the essay "Serbian Reforms and International Influence", Glas javnosti.
Met with the businessmen running catering services and tourism, in the Chamber of Commerce in Belgrade.
Participated in the meeting of SEE Prime Ministers, to discuss the future of the region. An informal round table was held to discuss the theme titled "Stability in South Eastern Europe in 21st century".
Talked with the Sandžak Muftia Muamer Zukorlić to encourage the normalization of relations between the state and religious communities.
Visited Delimeđa village at Pešter.
Within the campaign "Serbia on the right path" spoke at the public forum held at the central public square of Novi Pazar, due to the misapprehension with municipal authorities. Đinđić praised the citizens of Novi Pazar for managing to maintain peace, develop business and work side by side, without taking care of differences as to their religious orientations.
Within the campaign "Serbia on the right path" visited monastery Sopoćane.
Published the book "Subjectivity and Violence ", second edition, Dnevnik.
Published the essay "Finally, success in catching individuality in the web of generality ", Zlatna greda: literature, arts, culture and opinion magazine, 3/2003.
Published the essay "School for journalists. Shaping the public opinion through a serious approach by journalists ", Politika, 100/2003.
Addressed a letter to Admiral, Gregory Johnson, the commander of NATO in SEE, at the news about the expected reduction of international military forces present in Kosovo and Metohia.
Gave speech at 13th anniversary of the Democratic Party.
Led the delegation of Serbia which attended the inauguration of Brazilian president, Mr. Luizo Inacio Lula da Silva. He stated for the influential daily news that he expected the intensification of trade relationships between Brazil and FR Yugoslavia.
Presented Certificates of Appreciation to donors who supported the construction of Saint Sava Temple.
Gave speech at the celebration with 248 new judges taking their oath. He stated that he was not satisfied with the work of Justice and mild sanctions for serious crimes.
Attends the adoption of Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.
Members of the government and the Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić donated blood.
Talked with Javier Solana, EU High Representative for Foreign Policy, stressing that Belgrade expected from the international community to recognize its interests and position when discussing the status of Kosovo and Metohia.
Addressed the letter to all the UN Security Council members, underlining that it was a high time that the concept of 1244 Resolution was returned to, and that the proper compromise should have been sought for Kosovo.
Talked with the Court presidents in Serbia about the situation in the judicial system. The Prime Minister, Mr. Đinđić said that there had never been any intention to deprive the court from its independent and autonomous character, but that the dialogue with court representatives was just as well necessary in order to overcome the current problems in the judicial system.
Participated in public presentation of the results of the Government initiative titled "A month of fire protection".
Met with "Povratak" (‘return’) coalition members, and pointed out in his speech that the Serbian Government supported and encouraged the efforts of this coalition to represent the interests of Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohia.
Visited Emergency medical aid service. Further analysis of its work and possibilities for its enhancement were considered, with the government and the related ministry closely dealing with this issue.
The joint session of Serbian Government and the Executive Committee of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina was held to mark the anniversary of omnibus law adoption.
Spoke at the presentation of the campaign titled “February – a month of fire protection” in the Fire Brigade of the Belgrade Police Service.
Met with the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Georgios Papandreou. During that event he stated that Serbia expected from EU to focus on the SEE region, following the admission of new members.
Met with FYRM Prime Minister, Branko Crvenkovski. The agreement was signed between the two countries on fighting the organized crime.
Met with the chief prosecutor of the Hague Tribunal, Carla del Ponte.
Underwent an Achilles tendon surgery at the Orthopaedic Clinic “Banjica". A day after the surgery, returned to his daily activities.
Talked with the delegation of the World Bank headed by Shegman Zhang, the deputy president. The World Bank representatives expressed their satisfaction with the achieved results of reform processes in Serbia and promised further support to governmental activities.
Talked with the Ambassador of the State Department, in charge of war crimes, Perre-Richard Prosper on the cooperation between Serbia and Hague Tribunal.
In the vicinity of "Limes" sports hall, Dejan Milenković Bagzi cut off with his truck before the vehicle in which the Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić was travelling.
Paid official visit to Banja Luka where, apart from having official meetings, he delivered lectures to Banja Luka University students.
Visited technical service of the Serbian Ministry of Interior, the Crime Investigation Police Department.
Organized donor dinner to provide funding for Saint Sava Temple construction, and raised around EUR 120,000.
Participated in the World Economic Forum in Davos. On 33rd Summit, the Serbian Government representatives met with world business and politics leaders, among whom was the US State Secretary, Colin Powell.
Addressed the members of the Republic of Serbia Parliament and spoke about the wording of the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.
On the occasion of the Saint Sava Day, presented the awards of the Ministry of Education and Sports to the best students of Universities in Belgrade, Niš, Kragujevac, Novi Sad, Priština and University of Arts.
Published the essay to mark the two-year work of the government, titled “Our goal is clear”, in Politika.
American State Secretary Colin Powel visited Đinđić family.
Assassinated in front of the Serbian Government building, at 12:23.
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.
Nataša Mićić, acting president of the Republic of Serbia, declared the state of emergency in the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
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”.
The Serbian government declared three days’ mourning in the Repubic of Serbia for the death of its Prime Minister Dr Zoran Đinđić.
A book of condolences was opened at 12:00.
Commemoration session was held in the Belgrade City Assembly to mourn the loss of the Republic of Serbia Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.
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.
Commemoration session was held by the Republic of Serbia Government.
The funeral took place with full military honours in the Lane of the Great at Belgrade’s New Cemetery.
The requiem service was held in Saint Sava Temple.
Dr Zoran Đinđić Fund was established.
US House of Representatives adopted a Resolution No 149, expressing the condolences in response to the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.
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.
Trial for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić began.
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.
Serbian Ministry of Interior pressed criminal charges for the murder of the Prime Minister Đinđić.
After 14 months of hiding, Milorad Luković Legija, the first suspect for the murder of Zoran Đinđić, gave himself up.
The Association of Veterans from 1990, posthumuously dedicated the great gold plaque “Serbian soldier” to Zoran Đinđić.
A part of Belgrade Square of the Republic had been dedicated to the late Prime Minister as the “Platform of Zoran Đinđić".
Zoran Đinđić was posthumously given the award for international understanding and human rights.
The Greek police arrested Dejan Milenković Bagzi, suspected to have taken part in the assassination of Zoran Đinđić.
A memorial plaque was placed at the entrance of the Serbian government building where the Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić was murdered.
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.
Boulevard AVNOJ in Novi Beograd, was renamed into the Boulevard of Zoran Đinđić.
A sentence for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić was pronounced.
Attorneys of family Đinđić and defense lawers made their final arguments at the trial for the murder of the Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Đinđić.