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Brazil And Croatia To Increase Links

Croatia’s President Ivo Josipovic has met with the Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs Antonio de Aguiar Patriot in Zagreb yesterday.

The two spoke about a possible strategic partnership between Brazil and Croatia. Whilst congratulating Josipovic on Croatia’s recent accession to the European Union, de Aguiar Patriot said that Brazil would develop its economic relations with Croatia, specifically in the area of ship building, said a press release from the President’s office. (photo: President’s office)

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