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Christmas Reception At The Embassy Of Croatia

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H.E. Croatian Ambassador to Serbia Gordan Markotić hosted a Christmas reception at his ambassadorial residence in Belgrade.

“Last year was filled with challenges, starting from Brexit, the migrant crisis, elections in many countries…I hope 2017 will bring prosperity and to that end, I wish everyone a happy Christmas and New Year holidays,” said Ambassador Markotić.

The evening’s friendly and unconventional atmosphere was enjoyed by Croatian Embassy staff members, representatives of Croatian companies in Serbia, as well as friends and representatives of cultural and public life.

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