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Italian-Croatian Magazine Launched In Rome

The Mayor of Croatia’s capital Milan Bandic was in Rome last night, where he attended the official launch of “Minoranze-Manjine-MM” – a magazine in both Italian and Croatian covering the economy and culture.

The magazine, which will contribute to the good relations that both countries capitals – Rome and Zagreb enjoy, is the project of well-known journalist Silvija Tomasevic.

Bandic said at the launch in Rome that last week the magazine was launched in Zagreb to the Croatian public and that first reactions have been very good.

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