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PM Meets With First Ever Advisory Council for Croats Living Abroad

croatiaCroatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović met yesterday for the first time with members of the newly formed Advisory Council of the Government of the Republic of Croatia for Croatians living outside the Republic of Croatia…

Milanović met with the council ahead of their first meeting which will be held today and tomorrow in the capital Zagreb. It is the first time that a body representing all Croats living outside of Croatia has met with a ruling government in Croatia.

The Council was established by the decision of the Government on 6 June 2013. Its task is to assist the government in creating and implementing policies, programmes and activities for Croatians outside of Croatia. Council members include representatives of Croatian associations, organizations and institutions outside of Croatia, including from Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Argentina, Chile, France, New Zealand, Italy, South Africa, Switzerland, UK and other nations.

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