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Koča Popović 
Serbian and Yugoslavian soldier and politician
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Name in native languageКоча Поповић
Date of birth14 March 1908
Belgrade (Kingdom of Serbia)
Константин Поповић
Date of death20 October 1992
Belgrade (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)
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Occupation
Member of political party
Position held
  • Chief of the General Staff (1948, 1953)
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1953, 1965)
  • Vice President of Yugoslavia (1966, 1967)
Partner
  • Lepa Perovich
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