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Hungarian Cultural Centre Opens in Zagreb

CroatiaA Hungarian Cultural Centre has opened in the Croatian capital Zagreb on Friday, making it the 18th centre of its kind in capital cities around the world…

With Hungarian Cultural Centres already in Croatia’s neighbouring countries, Hungary’s Deputy PM Tibor Navracsics said that by opening in Zagreb the Hungarian state were paying off an ‘old debt’, and hoped that a Croatian Cultural Centre would open shortly in Hungary. Croatian Justice Minister Orsat Miljanić said that the centre opening in Croatia affirmed the fact that relations between Hungary and Croatia were strong.

Hungarian Cultural Centres already operate in cities around the world such as New York, Berlin, New Delhi, Paris, Moscow and Rome.

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