Croatian President Grabar-Kitarovic meets Governor of New South Wales

August 14, 2017 08:18
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Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović met the Governor of New South Wales, David Hurley on Monday as part of her first official visit to Australia.

Grabar-Kitarović and her husband Jakov Kitarović were welcomed to Sydney's Government House by Hurley and his wife, Linda Hurley, where the couple signed the guest book.

According to the Australian government, over 43,000 Croatia born people reside in Australia and over 133,000 claim Croatian ancestry.

As part of her visit, Grabar-Kitarović will meet with the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and travel to Canberra, Melbourne, Port Lincoln and Adelaide.

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