Milutin Garašanin (Serbian Cyrillic: Милутин Гарашанин; 22 February 1843 – 5 March 1898) was a Serbian politician who held the post of Prime Minister of Serbia, President of the National Assembly, Minister of Finance, Internal affairs, Ambassador to France and Ambassador to Austria.
|Died||5 March 1898 (aged 55)|
|Occupation||politician, officer, ambassador, author|
He was born to influential politician Ilija Garašanin and went on to finish a prestigious French military school in Metz. Garašanin returned to Serbia and started a business in flour production located on the family estate in Grocka. When Serbian-Turkish Wars (1876–1878) started, Milutin Garašanin took part in the war serving as artillery captain. He was promoted colonel after the war and went to pursue a successful political career, founding the Serbian progressive party and holding a number of important posts. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts elected Garašanin a full member. Garašanin was considered to be one of the best orators of the Kingdom of Serbia. He was awarded the Order of Prince Danilo I.
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