Croatian-Ukrainian Dictionary for School-Age Children Prepared in Zadar

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The 44-page dictionary, with over 130 entries about basic terms and numbers, was mentioned during the reception that Zadar County Prefect Branimir Longin gave for Ukrainian defenders’ children and families who are currently on a 10-day tour of Zadar County.

The dictionary is free of charge and can be taken over in the headquarters of Europe Direct Zadar. There is also an electronic version of the dictionary available online.

The dictionary aims at facilitating communication between Ukrainian refugees and their hosts in Croatia.

During the reception, Prefect Longin said that support should be given to friends in trouble.

The head of the EC Representation, Ognian Zlatev, commented on the responsibility and the strategic interests of the European Union concerning the assistance to Ukraine.


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