Stevo Pendarovski

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Stevo Pendarovski
Стево Пендаровски
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Personal details
Born (1963-04-03) April 3, 1963 (age 55)
Skopje, Macedonia
(now North Macedonia)
Political party Social Democratic Union
Alma mater Ss. Cyril and Methodius

Stevo Pendarovski (Macedonian: Стево Пендаровски) is a politician and academic from the Republic of North Macedonia.


Education and academic career

Stevo Pendarovski graduated as Bachelor of Law of Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje in 1987. Later he earned his MA and PhD degrees in political science in the same university.

Since 2008 he is Assistant Professor in International Security, Foreign Policy and Globalization at the University American College Skopje.

Political career

Stevo Pendarovski kicked off his government career as Assistant-Minister for Public Relations in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and as head of the Analytical and Research Department of that ministry in 1998–2001. He was National Security and Chief Foreign Policy Adviser to President Boris Trajkovski from 2001 until Trajkovski's death in 2004. After heading the State Election Commission in 2004–2005 he went on to serve again as National Security and Chief Foreign Policy Adviser to the next President, Branko Crvenkovski, from 2005 to 2009.[1]

On March 4, 2014 he was elected by the main opposition Social Democratic Union of Macedonia as its candidate for the April 2014 presidential election.[2]

He became a presidential candidate of Social Democratic Union of Macedonia and Democratic Union for Integration for the 2019 election.[3]


  1. ^ Pendarovski CV at the UACS site[permanent dead link]/
  2. ^ Pendarovski, official presidential nominee of the Macedonian opposition, Independent Balkan News Agency, 05.03.2014/
  3. ^ Стево Пендаровски е консензуален претседателски кандидат на СДСМ и ДУИ, Точка.мк (01.03.2019)
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