Zoran Zivkovic, prime minister of Serbia, visited the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) last week [Friday 23 January] to speak on Serbia's Transition: achievements and challenges.
He spoke on the problems inherited by government of Zoran Djindjic, formed in January 2001, and the work the new government in assisting Serbia's transition.
Zoran Zivkovic became prime minister in March 2003. Previous to this appointment, he was deputy president of the Democratic Party from 2000, when this office was introduced. He has been a member of the Democratic Party since 1992.
To read a transcript of Zoran Zivkovic's speech, click here
26 January 2004