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Norway helps Kraljevo with EUR 30,000

23. November 2010. | 06:48

Source: Tanjug

Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia Nils Ragnar Kamsvag visited Kraljevo on Friday and donated EUR 30,000 on behalf of his country.

Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia Nils Ragnar Kamsvag visited Kraljevo on Friday and donated EUR 30,000 on behalf of his country.

The donation is designated for the reconstruction of Kraljevo's schools and day-cares which suffered damage in the earthquake.

The ambassador recalled that Norway is currently realizing a reform project worth EUR 17 million in Serbia and announced talks on the inclusion of Kraljevo into the project.


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