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Pope receives new ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Pope Benedict XVI this morning received the Letters of Credence from the new Ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The new Ambassador, Mme. Slavica Karačić, 37 years old, has prior experience in the world of finance. In 2006 she became ambassador in Latin America, and later served as advisor to the Minister of Finance. More recently, she has assumed the role of advisor to the Prime Minister.


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