Jadranko Prlić JSON

Bosnian Croat politician

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AuthorityProgramStart dateEnd date
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)Autonomous (FFRY)-
AuthorityDepartment of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)[raw]
ProgramAutonomous (FFRY)[raw]
Start date[raw]
End datenot available[raw]
CountryAustralia[raw]
Source linkwww.dfat.gov.au[raw]
SummaryDesignated under the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 on 2 March 2012. Formerly listed on the RBA as 2009FRY0124. (Relisted on 13 January 2021)[raw]
Data sources Australian Sanctions Consolidated List

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Source data IDs: au-dfat-1766-jadranko-prlic

[raw]Type
Person

[raw]Name
Jadranko Prlić

[raw]Nationality
Croatia

[raw]Birth date

[raw]Country
Bosnia & Herzegovina

[raw]Created at

[raw]Education
University of Mostar · University of Sarajevo · doctorate

[raw]Gender
male

[raw]Modified on

[raw]Other name
Jadranko Prlic · Прлич, Ядранко · چادرانكو پرليك · یادرانکو پرلیچ · ヤドランコ・プルリッチ · 1 more...

[raw]Place of birth
Dakovo, Croatia · Đakovo

[raw]Position
Minister of Defence of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1994-1996) · Minister of Foreign Affairs (1997-2001)

[raw]Topics
War crimes · Politician · Sanctioned entity

[raw]Wikidata ID
Q1567559