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Irish President On Official Visit To Croatia

The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins will arrive today (Wednesday) in Croatia where he will conduct an officially visit.

Higgins will meet with his Croatian counterpart Ivo Josipovic and other senior state officials during his 2-day visit. Higgins, who is accompanied by his wife in Croatia, will attend a Chamber of Commerce Croatian businessmen meeting, and also will give a speech at the University of Zagreb about Ireland’s experience in the European Union and the future of the bloc.

 

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