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Croatian PM Features in French President’s Year of Handshake Fails

Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović has featured in a collage poking fun at the President of France François Hollande in a leading Dutch morning newspaper…

Frank Schallmaier from the Volkskrant has put together a light-hearted review of 2013 and listed it as the year of failed handshakes for France’s President. Milanović (pic 2nd from bottom on far right) was one of 9 heads of state to ignore Hollande’s handshake attempts in 2013…

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