Vladimir Ateljević works as an adviser to the Minister for European Integration and a member of the Negotiating Team for negotiations on Serbia's accession to the European Union. In the Negotiating Team, he is in charge of Chapter 30 (economic relations with foreign countries) and Chapter 31 (foreign, security and defense policy). He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in 2002. He defended his master's thesis on "Administrative capacity as a criterion for EU membership" in June 2010. He received his doctorate at the Faculty of Political Sciences on the topic "International Organization and Security Institutionalization of the EU" in September 2016. He started his professional career in 2000 as an independent journalist working in the VIN production, which was broadcast on TV B92. From March 2003 to March 2004, he worked in the Ministry of Economic Relations with Foreign Countries (Sector for European Integration). He spent the most significant part of his career in the Office for European Integration (now the Ministry for European Integration). He was in the Office from its establishment in March 2004 until December 2010. From January 2011 to August 2012, he worked in the Ministry of Defense (Minister's Cabinet) as an advisor and chief of staff of the Secretary of State for Defense Policy. In August 2012, he became an advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European integration, and since September 2013, he has been working as an advisor to the Minister in charge of European integration. At the Faculty of Political Sciences, he was engaged as an assistant and associate in teaching from 2005-2011. in the subjects of International Organizations and EU Enlargement Policy. He speaks English and German (upper intermediate level). He was born in Belgrade on March 6, 1978.