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The International Women’s Club (IWC) October Coffee Morning took place at the Swedish residence. President Milica Lundin, the wife of the Swedish Ambassador, opened her doors to the IWC on Friday, 11th October. 


After Ms Milica Lundin‘s president speech, two new sections (activity categories of special interest to members) were announced: (vegan) cooking classes and the walking group. The IWC also had the pleasure of having Oriflame, a Swedish company, as their guest.

The Oriflame team presented the world of cosmetics and facial treatments, and some of the ladies enjoyed getting their make up done at the event.

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