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(H,E) Ministar Picula kod Gradi?canskih Hrvatov
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  02/28/2002 | News | Unrated
(H,E) Ministar Picula kod Gradi?canskih Hrvatov
Ministar Picula kod Gradišcanskih Hrvatov u Slovackoj 
Minister Picula Meets with Croats in Slovakia 
Hrvatski ministar vanjskih poslov Tonino Picula je danas došao na dvodnevni 
pohod u Slovacku. Glavna tema ce biti bilateralna i multilateralna suradnja. 
Picula ce i pohoditi Devinsko Novo Selo. Razgovarat ce s predsjednikom 
Saveza Hrvatov u Slovackoj, Jurajem Cveckom, i pohoditi tamošnji hrvatski 
muzej u gradnji. 
Hrvatska i Slovacka imaju 26 potpisanih bilateralnih sporazumov. U prvi 
jedanaesteri mjeseci 2001. ljeta je Hrvatska u Slovacku izvozila robe u 
vridnosti 13,8 milijoni dolarov, a u istom razdoblju iz uvozila u vridnosti 
od 47 milijoni dolarov. Lani je Hrvatsku pohodilo 205.000 slovackih 
U Slovackoj živi oko 5000 Hrvatov, i to uglavnom u cetiri seli u okolici 
Požona - Devinskom Novom Selu, Cunovu, Hrvatskom Grobu i Hrvatskom Jandrofu. 
Status nacionalne manjine stekli su 1993. ljeta po osamostaljenju Slovacke. 
Croatia's Foreign Minister, Tonino Picula arrived today for a two-day visit 
to Slovakia. The main theme of his visit will be bilateral and multilateral 
cooperation. Minister Picula will visit 
Devinska Nova Ves (Cr. Devinsko Novo Selo). He will meet with the president 
of the Union of Croats in Slovakia, Juraj Cvecko, and will visit the 
Croatian museum currently under construction. 
Croatia and Slovakia have signed 26 bilateral agreements. In the first 11 
months of 2001, Croatia exported goods to Slovakia in the amount of 13.8 
million dollars, and imported goods in the amount of 47 million dollars. 
Last year, some 250,000 Slovak tourists visted Croatia. 
5,000 Croats live in Slovakia, mostly in four villages around Bratislava; 
Devinska Nova Ves (Cr. Devinsko Novo Selo), Cunovo, Chorvatsky Grob (Cr. 
Hrvatski Grob) and Jarovce (Cr. Hrvatski Jandrof). They recieved minority 
status in 1993, when Slovakia became independent. 
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