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Ivona Vranaricic To Represent Croatia At World Miss Freedom

Ivona Vranaricic, a model from the Croatian port city of Rijeka, will represent Croatia at this year’s MISS FREEDOM OF THE WORLD 2012 beauty pageant to be held in Kosovo on 28 November.

“I’m very grateful to everyone who is supporting me going to the pageant, especially the sponsors, without whom all this would be much harder. Special thanks must go though to Nives Stepinac Grguric, who masterfully selected a range of clothing and accessories, and is therefore most responsible for my appearance as a proud Miss Freedom Croatia,” says Ivona Vranaricic

Miss Freedom of the World is the first international pageant to be held on Kosovo soil as the country is being restored to its former glory after the war. The pageant aims to improve and promote women’s rights and women’s affairs.

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