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Croatian Embassy Hosts a Christmas and New Year reception

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In the residence of the Ambassador of Croatia in Belgrade, a reception was held on the occasion of the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays.

Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Gordan Bakota welcomed guests and said that the past year was turbulent and challenging in all fields, and he hopes that 2019 will be filled with happiness and joy.

The reception was attended by the representatives of public and cultural life, members of the diplomatic corps and public figures from the world of art, media and sports.

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