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The Chief of the General Staff of the Army of the Republic of Macedonia (Macedonian language: Началник на Генералштабот на Армија на Република Македонија) is the Chief of the General Staff of the Army of the Republic of Macedonia.

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Nine people served as the Chiefs of the General Staff since the independence of the Republic of Macedonia from Yugoslavia. The first Chief was Major General Mitre Arsovski (appointed on 16 March 1992), and the current Chief is Major General Gorančo Koteski (appointed on 18 August 2011).

The shortest-serving Chief of the General Staff was General Pande Petrovski (about 3 months), and the longest-serving was Lt. General Miroslav Stojanovski (over 6 years)

List of chiefs of the general staff[edit | edit source]

# Name Image Born–Died Rank Start End Note
1 Mitre Arsovski No image.png 1936– Major General 19 March 1992 3 March 1993
2 Dragoljub Bocinov No image.png 1933–2003 Colonel General 3 March 1993 22 January 1996
3 Trajče Krstevski No image.png 1938– General 22 January 1996 11 February 2000
4 Jovan Andrevski No image.png Lt. General 11 February 2000 12 June 2001 Resigned during the Insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia
5 Pande Petrovski No image.png 1943–2006 General 12 June 2001 19 September 2001
6 Metodi Stamboliski No image.png 1947– General 19 September 2001 12 March 2004
7 Georgi Bojadžiev No image.png 1950– Major General 12 March 2004 6 July 2005
8 Miroslav Stojanovski No image.png 1959– Lt. General 6 July 2005 18 August 2011
9 Gorančo Koteski Ambassador Wohlers visits NATO joint exercise in Macedonia15.jpg 1965– Major General 18 August 2011 Present

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