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Japanese Prince To Visit Croatia

A member of the Japanese imperial family, Prince Akishino, will visit Croatia next week with his wife Princess Akishino to celebrate the 20th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Japan and Croatia.

In a press release from the office of Croatian President Ivo Josipovic, it said that apart from attending an official ceremony and concert in Zagreb to celebrate the 20th anniversary, the royal couple will visit Dubrovnik, the north of Croatia and also Plitvice Lakes. Prince and Princess Akishino will hold talks with President Josipovic and other top officials on their visit which will take place from 19-23 June.

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