Older brother of former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, Borislav Milosevic has died last night in Belgrade.
Borislav Milosevic was born in 1934 in Niksic, Montenegro, where his father Svetozar and mother Stanislava moved from in the beginning of the Second World War to Pozarevac, where they got their second son Slobodan in 1941.
In the beginning of his political career, Borislav Milosevic was active in the international section of the Central Committee of the Communist party of former Yugoslavia, and in the seventies he started his diplomatic career in Russia.
He was translator to Josip Broz Tito during sensitive talks held in privacy with then president of the Sovient Union Leonid Breznyev.
He served as ambassador of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in Algeria, and then from 1998 in Russia.
After the fall of Slobodan Milosevic and the regime change on October 5th 2000, he remained for a period of time at position of Yugoslav ambassador to Moscow.