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Croatia’s Future Vision To Be Shaped At Forum

Croatia’s leading scientists and experts will discuss the future vision of Croatia and provide concrete strategic directions for the future of Croatia in the EU when the national forum titled “Ideas and projects for the European Croatia,” is held in Zagreb on Saturday 3 November.

Croatian President Ivo Josipovic will open the forum, after which it is expected that 11 experts will present their ideas and discussions with representatives of different spheres of Croatian public life will take place in order to achieve consensus on a vision for the future of Croatia.

The forum is organised by the National Forum, whose founder and president is Prof. Nikica Gabric, and will have a special emphasis placed on Croatia’s future in the European Union.

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