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Croatia’s President to have ‘Working Lunch’ with Saudi Prince in Makarska

CroatiaCroatia’s President Ivo Josipović will have a ‘working lunch’ on Friday with visiting Saudi Prince and billionaire investor Al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud…

Josipović and Al-Waleed (59) will lunch in Makarska on the Dalmatian coast and discuss potential investment opportunities in Croatia, the President’s Office said.

The Saudi Prince, who arrived in Zagreb on board his own private Boeing 747 earlier this week, has an estimated wealth of 21.4 billion USD, placing him in 30th spot on the world rich list. Al-Waleed and his delegation of 30 people have being enjoying the sites in Zagreb before they head off to the coast. (pic: Forbes)

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