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Đorđije Pajković

Đorđije "Đoko" Pajković (1917, Lužac, Berane, Kingdom of Montenegro – 1980, Belgrade, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) was a Yugoslav Montenegrin politician.

He was the leader of the League of Communists of Montenegro from June 1963 to December 1968. He previously served as the President of the Executive Council of the SR Montenegro from 16 December 1962 to 25 June 1963.

He also served as the President of the Assembly of SAP Kosovo from 12 December 1953 to 5 May 1956 and the leader of the League of Communists of Kosovo from March 1945 to February 1956.

In 1953, he was chosen to be a National Hero of Yugoslavia.

Preceded by
Filip Bajković
President of the Executive Council of Montenegro
16 December 1962 to 25 June 1963
Succeeded by
Veselin Đuranović
Preceded by
Ismet Saqiri
President of the Assembly of Kosovo
12 December 1953 - 5 May 1956
Succeeded by
Pavle Jovićević


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