Deputy Mayor Jelka Tepsic and Head of the Department of Communal Services and Local Self-Government Marko Miljanic welcomed today the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway Astrid Versto.
During the meeting, Deputy Tepsic and Ambassador Versto discussed the co-operation between the city of Dubrovnik and Croatia with the Kingdom of Norway, as well as future plans and programs that would allow for even better and deeper cooperation between the two countries.
One of the discussed topics was the plans for the development of Dubrovnik, especially in culture and tourism, as well as possibilities for cooperation with Norway in these fields.
Except for future projects, Deputy Tepsic and Ambassador Versto also talked about the reconstruction of Dubravica, which, after the destruction in the Homeland War, was completely renewed with the help of Norway. Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Astrid Versto, pointed out that the reconstruction project of Dubravica had made even stronger links between Norway and Croatia and opened the door for all future cooperation.
Ambassador Versto was accompanied by Consul of the Kingdom of Norway in Dubrovnik Tonci Peovic, President of the Croatian-Norwegian Society in Zagreb Petar Banicevic, President of the Dubrovnik Branch Office Lenko Garbin and President of the Dubravica Municipal Committee Pero Stjepovic.