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Croatian Government’s ‘Cant be Bothered’ Tweet Causes Stir

CroatiaJust before the Croatian government met for one of its regular meetings on Thursday morning, a rather bizarre tweet was posted on the government’s official Twitter feed..

“Neda mi se”, which translates roughly to “Can’t be bothered”, was tweeted before being erased after the gaff was picked up by followers on Twitter.

It did not take long for media in the country to jump all over the unusual tweet, with some quick to have a dig at Prime Minister Zoran Milanović, questioning if he personally sent the tweet himself. An apology was soon posted on Twitter by the government.

“We assure you that no one from the government wrote that. Sorry for the inconvenience. We are checking exactly what happened,” announced the government via a tweet.

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