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9 New Croatian Ambassadors for Overseas Posts

 

President present credentials to the new Ambassadors (photo/uredpresjednika)

President present credentials to the new Ambassadors (photo/uredpresjednika)

The President of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović has presented credentials to the newly appointed Ambassadors of the Republic of Croatia abroad…

Those who will be taking office overseas include:

Sanja Bujas Juraga, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Republic of Albania,
Željko Vukosav, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Federative Republic of Brazil,
Dražen Hrastić, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Japan,
Marija Kapitanović, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Republic of Kosovo,
Krešo Glavač, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Malaysia,
Andrea Gustović-Ercegovac, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands,
Neven Pelicarić, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Holy See,
Željko Kuprešak, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Republic of Turkey,
Dubravka Plejić Marković, Ambassador – Chief of Permanent Mission of the Republic of Croatia to the OSCE and the UN in Vienna.

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