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PM Vists Croatia’s Southernmost Point

Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic took time out of his office and replaced his usual dark suit for a wind-breaker when he visited the southernmost point of Croatia on Sunday.

Milanovic joined up the with the Croatian Maritime police on a working visit to Croatia’s sea borders. During the visit Milanovic, together with Croatia’s internal affairs Minister Ranko Ostojic and Defence Minister Ante Kotromanovic, spent time at Croatia’s southernmost border, Vela Palagruza, the largest island in the Palagruza archipelago.

 

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