Born in 1949, graduated from the Faculty of Poltical Sciences in 1971 and attended postgraduate studies.
He spent most of his working lifetime in Tanjug as a journalist-associate and editor for World Service, Domestic and Foreign Desks, and Economic information Service (EKOS).
He was Tanjug correspondent from Southern Africa with the seat in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia.
He reported from many international meetings held in the country and abroad.
He was, among others, a special correspondent at the Conference of Ministers of the Non-Aligned Countries in Bali in 1992. During his prolonged stay there, to got better acquainted with the development of Indonesia and met personalities from the political, economic life and media of that great an populous country.
He was one of the first reporters from the former Yugoslavia who had visited the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and Taiwan.
He stayed in the United States of America on a study tour, and visited Malaysia and Singapore.
Apart from his daily obligation in the Agency, he has written hundreds of articles on political trends, social and cultural events, particularly the economic development of countries in the Asia&Pacific – Japan, India, Pakistan, Iran, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand…
He cooperated with newspapers from the teritories of the former Yugoslavia.
On call, he gives lectures for the students of the Faculty of Political Sciences (FPN) in Belgrade.
Speaks Englih, learned Franch, Russian and German.