Dragan Paskaš

Dragan Paskaš

Dragan Paskaš (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Паскаш) (born 1951) is a Serbian general. He was chief of staff of the Military of Serbia and Montenegro[1] until October 2005, when he was retired. His successor was general Ljubiša Jokić.


Military offices
Preceded by
Branko Krga
Chief of the General Staff of Military of Serbia and Montenegro
23 December 2004- 6 October 2005
Succeeded by
Ljubiša Jokić

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