Ministers in Czechoslovakia's Government With AM-Czechoslovakia, BjtAP , Associated Press
Oct. 12, 1988 2:40 PM ET
PRAGUE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (AP) _ Following is a list of the Czechoslovak Federal Government Ministers after personnel changes adopted Tuesday:
Ladislav Adamec, premier; formerly premier of the Czech lands and a deputy premier.
Pavel Hrivnak, first deputy premier and head of State Commission for Scientific-Technical Development and Investments; formerly minister-chairman of Federal Price Office.
Bohumil Urban, first deputy premier and head of State Planning Commission; formerly chairman of Commission fo Planning and Scientific-Technological Development for the Czech lands.
Jaromir Obzina, deputy premier (unchanged).
Karel Julis, deputy premier and Minister of Metallurgy, Engineering and Technology; formerly Minister of Education, Youth and Physical Training of the Czech lands.
Frantisek Pitra, deputy premier (new).
Ivan Knotek, deputy premier (new).
Matej Lucan, deputy premier (unchanged).
Jaromir Johanes, foreign minister (new).
Milan Vaclavik, defense minister (unchanged).
Frantisek Kincl, interior minister; formerly deputy interior minister.
Jan Stejskal, finance minister; formerly chairman of the Czechoslovak State Bank.
Jan Sterba, foreign trade minister (unchanged).
Miloslav Boda, minister of Labor and Social Welfare (unchanged).
Antonin Krumnikl, fuel and energy minister (new).
Jaromir Algayer, agriculture and nutrition minister (new).
Frantisek Podlena, transport and communications minister (new).
Jaromir Zak, minister entrusted with Federal Price Office; formerly finance minister.
Frantisek Ondrich, minister head of Peoples Control Committee (unchanged).
Marian Calfa, minister without portfolio (unchanged).