Wednesday, 19. June 2013 - 17:06
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The General Secretary of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, has told reporters that he is impressed and enchanted by Croatia's cultural richness, tradition and history, after his three-day visit to Croatia, reports Croatian radiotelevision.
Ki-moon went to the Istrian town of Porec as part of his stay in Croatia and visited its major landmark, the 6th century Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
"On Saturday night I had a chance to be at the Pula amphitheatre and I was impressed with what I saw," said Ki-moon, who left for Montenegro early on Sunday.
Ki-moon, who was in Croatia as part of his tour of eastern Europe, which will see him visit Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo, also visited the Andrija Stampar School of Public Health in Zagreb, which is in honour of Andrija Stampar who was one of the founders of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and first President of the General Assembly of the WHO in Geneva.
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