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VIDEO: Tony Blair Named Croatian Youth Sports Games Ambassador

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been named as the new ambassador of the Youth Sports Games in Croatia.
Blair takes over the role from former England football coach Sven Goran Eriksson who held the function last year and visited Split to open the games.

The Youth Sports Games in Croatia is the largest project for youth in the country promoting health, friendship and well-being and has been held for the last 17 years with close to 100,000 participants.

Listen to Blair’s opening message in his role below:

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