ANDONOV-REGAN, Jovan (Pehchevo, 15 Ⅷ 1940) – electrical engineer, businessman and politician. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (low current) in Zagreb (1963). As a businessman, he was the Manager of the Metering and Telecommunication Engineering Propulsion Engineer, Chief Engineer and Assistant Director of OOOT for Low Power in the Mines and Railway "Skopje" (1964-1973), acting director. (1975-1980), Deputy Director General of Mines and Iron Works "Skopje" (1980-1983), member of the Executive Board of FENI in Kavadarci (1983-1985), Advisor to the Director General in OCIS "OHIS" in Skopje, temporary administrator of the Republic of Macedonia for production of non-ferrous and glass fiber GES "in Gostivar (1985-1986), assistant director general for technical issues and development of POPs" OHIS "in Skopje (1986-1990) President of the Temporary Committee of REK Bitola (1989) and Deputy Director General of the Company "OHIS Naum Naum Ovski Borce "in Skopje (1990-1991). He was Vice President of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia (20 Ⅲ 1991 – 4 IX 1992) and he had his own patented invention at the Yugoslav Federal Institute for Patent and Crafts in the field of electronics and telecommunications. He was engaged in private business through his company "Sibra". S. Ml. Makedonka Andonova

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