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Logar starts Croatia visit in earthquake-hit Petrinja

Sisak/Zagreb, 22 January - Foreign Minister Anže Logar started his visit to Croatia on Friday in the Petrinja area, which was hit by a devastating earthquake at the end of December, to express condolences to the victims' families and Slovenia's readiness to help the neighbouring country in the case of natural disasters.

Zagreb, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) on his working visit to Croatia, hosted by Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić Radman (right).
Photo: Hina/STA

Zagreb, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) on his working visit to Croatia, hosted by Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić Radman (right).
Photo: Hina/STA

Petrinja, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) addresses the press during his visit to the earthquake-hit Petrinja area, hosted by Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić Radman (centre).
Photo: Hina/STA

Petrinja, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar addresses the press during his visit to the earthquake-hit Petrinja area.
Photo: Hina/STA

Petrinja, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) discussing the aftermath of the Petrinja earthquake with his Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić Radman.
Photo: Hina/STA

Petrinja, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) visiting the earthquake-hit Petrinja area during his working visit to Croatia.
Photo: Hina/STA

Petrinja, Croatia
Foreign Minister Anže Logar (left) visits the earthquake-hit Petrinja area during his working visit to Croatia, hosted by Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić Radman (right).
Photo: Hina/STA

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Slovenian and Croatian foreign ministers, Anže Logar (right) and Gordan Grlić Radman.
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA
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