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Dayton – 15 Years After

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The High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo
Dean, VERN´ University of Applied Sciences, Zagreb
Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb
Minister of Finance and Economy of the Republic of Kosovo, Prishtina
Correspondent for Southern and Eastern Europe, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Belgrade

Dr. Valentin INZKO

The High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Studies Law, Serbo-Croatian and Russian language at Graz University Diplomatic Academy in Vienna UN OP Office Ulan Bator, Mongolia UNDP Office Colombo, Sri Lanka Eastern and South East European Department, including Yugoslavia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vienna Press Department, Austrian Embassy Belgrade, Serbia Deputy Chairman of the Disarmament Commission, Austrian Mission to the UN, New York, 1st and 5th Committee Deputy Head of Press and Information Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vienna Founding Director of the Austrian Cultural Institute, Prague Founding Head of the OSCE Observer Mission in Novi Pazar, Sandzhak, Serbia First post-war Ambassador of Austria to Bosnia Herzegovina Head of Eastern and South East European Department and COWEB delegate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Observer of the Montenegrin Parliamentary Elections Austrian Ambassador to the Republic of Slovenia
1967-1972
1972-1974
1974-1978
1978-1980
1981-1982
1982-1986
1986-1989
1989-1990
1991-1995
1992
1996-1999
2000-2004
2002
2005-2009

M.Sc. Goran RADMAN

Dean, VERN´ University of Applied Sciences, Zagreb

Foreign Relations Advisor, President of Croatia, Croatia General Manager, Croatian Television, Croatia General Manager, MicroLAB, Croatia Chairman, ECEE Microsoft Corporation Chairman, SenseConsulting, Croatia
1985-1987
1987-1992
1992-1996
  Chairman, SEE Microsoft Corporation
  General Manager and Board Member; SEE Microsoft Corporation
  General Manager, Microsoft Croatia
1996-2008
  Founder, NAUTAR, Croatia
2008

Dr. Ivo SANADER

Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb

Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Romance Languages, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck Programme Editor and subsequently Editor in Chief, publishing House "Logos", Split Member of the Editing Board, magazine "Mogunosti" ("Possibilities") Manager of his own companies, Innsbruck General Manager, Croatian National Theatre, Split Elected Member of Parliament in the House of Representatives of the Croatian Parliament Minister of Science and Technology of the Republic of Croatia Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Croatia Chief of Staff to the President of the Republic of Croatia and Secretary General of the Defence and National Security Council Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia MP and Deputy Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives of the Croatian Parliament President of the HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union), elected at 5th Convention of the Party in April 2000, re-elected at 7th Convention of the Party
1982
1983-1988
1987-1990
1988-1991
1991-1992
1992
1992-1993
1993-1995
1995-1996
1996-2000
2000
2000

Ahmet SHALA

Minister of Finance and Economy of the Republic of Kosovo, Prishtina

BA in Economics and Business Administration, University of Prishtina MBA, University of Prishtina Presentation of PhD thesis in Strategic Alternatives, "Economic Integration and Development of Albanian Territories and Their Integration Into Europe - A Quantitative Approach" Trepça Mining Company, Foreign Trade Department Deputy Head, Department for Trade and Industry, in charge of directing the strategy development, polices and procedures for commercialization and transformation of Socially Owned Enterprises and private sector development
1985
  PhD studies for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, Vaxjo University, Sweden and Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
1988
  During 1990s he worked in private business in the area of education, founder of "The Cambridge School"
  Policy Advisor, Economic Development within Pillar IV (European Union Mission in Kosovo)
1995
  Deputy Managing Director, directing the division for managing and privatization of Kosovo´s nearly 500 socially-owned enterprises, Kosovo Trust Agency
2000-2002
  Professor of Marketing Modeling and Statistics, Economic Faculty, University of Prishtina
  Lecturer for Mathematics, Statistics and Economic Modeling

Mag. Christian WEHRSCHÜTZ

Correspondent for Southern and Eastern Europe, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Belgrade

Studium an der juridischen Fakultät und am Institut für Slawistik, Karl-Franzens-Universitaet Graz Teilnahme an der Ukrainian Summer School, Harvard University, USA Einmonatiges Stipendium, Duke-Universität in North Carolina auf Einladung der Austrian-American-Foundation (abschließend wurden auch Medien in New York und Washington besucht) Journalist des Jahres
1981-1985
1997
 Als Korrespondent zählt zum Tätigkeitsbereich die Berichterstattung über Serbien und Montenegro, die ehemaligen jugoslawischen Teilrepubliken Mazedonien, Bosnien und Herzegowina, Kroatien, Slowenien, den Kosovo und Albanien sowie die Führung des ORF-Büros in Belgrad. Verbunden war und ist diese journalistische Tätigkeit mit ausgedehnten Reisen durch die Zielländer in der Region.
 Fremdsprachenkenntnisse: Englisch, Russisch, Ukrainisch, Serbisch (sehr gut), Französisch (gut), Slowenisch (gut), Mazedonisch (passiv gut), Albanisch (Grundkenntnisse)
1998
2014

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