Poet Cindori in Skopje at the Invitation of Local Croatian Federation

On hand for the event at the packed auditorium in downtown Skopje was Croatian Ambassador Danijela Barišić and embassy staffers, members of the Croatian community in Macedonia, writers, poetry fans and the press.

Emigrant Books and Books on Emigrants at Interliber

Among the over 950 exhibitors this year are authors from the diaspora communities and from Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, France, Italy, China, the Netherlands, the USA, Slovenia, Serbia, Spain and the United Kingdom. Great offers are available from publishers Školska knjiga, Fraktura, Matrix Croatica, AGM, Golden marketing, Algoritam and others.

22nd Croatian Minorities Forum held at the CHF

The forum in Zagreb pooled representatives of the Croatian minority communities from Montenegro, Serbia (Vojvodina), Hungary, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy (Molise), Romania and Macedonia. Unable to attend the event were the representatives of the communities from Bulgaria, Kosovo and Austria. The thirty gathered representatives closed the forum with the adoption of their Conclusions.

75th Anniversary of the Birth of Stipan Blažetin

This year the Stipan Blažetin Institute of Croatian Culture and Education, the Stipan Blažetin Croatian Minority Self-Government in Serdahel and Katarina Zrinski Elementary School, with the support of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources and of the Federation of Croatians in Hungary, prepared a two-day event – the 2016 Mura River Region Autumn Days of Literature.

Argentinean Croat at the Helm of the Croatian Diplomacy

Stier is one of the closest associates of Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and has served as a Member of European Parliament. Following the last Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) internal elections Stier was appointed the party's political secretary. He is the descendant of political émigrés that moved to Argentina after World War II.

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