Ambassador Kohorst’s Interview for Croatian Television

Ambassador W. Robert Kohorst spoke with Tončica Čeljuska, HRT journalist and editor, about his first year as the U.S. Ambassador to Croatia, the U.S.-Croatian relationship, as well as a number of other issues.  The interview was aired on February 12, as part of the “U svom filmu” talk show.
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Accepting Differences – Documentary Filmmaking Workshop

Stacey Woelfel, Journalism Professor & Director of the Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism @ the University of Missouri Journalism School spent 2 weeks in Zagreb at the invitation of the Embassy and conducted a 2-week “Accepting Differences – documentary filmmaking workshop” with University of Zagreb journalism students.
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Embassy Support for Book Fair(y) in Pula

The Embassy supported the 24th Book Fair(y) in Pula, November 29-December 9, 2018 by inviting Mirko Ilić from New York City. Mirko Ilic actively participated in Pula book fair programs and his visit was a great opportunity for local audiences to discuss design culture today, as well as to hear about tolerance, education, hard-work, human ...
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Thanksgiving Explained in American Corner Zagreb, Jelkovec Department

Mr. Doug Barnes, Facility Manager at the U.S. Embassy Zagreb gave a presentation at the American Corner Zagreb – Jelkovec November 27 on the traditions of America’s Thanksgiving holiday. Mr. Barnes described the unique dishes Americans eat and other traditional activities associated with Thanksgiving Day. He shared his experience of celebrating the holiday back home ...
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Mayor of Krk Visits the Embassy

Mr. Darijo Vasilić, the Mayor of Krk, and Mr. Čedomir Miler, Deputy Mayor, visited the Embassy on December 12. They met with Sarah Groen, Acting DCM, Wylita Bell, Public Affairs Officer and with representatives from the Economic section. The guests described the situation on the island of Krk, mentioning tourism, the LNG terminal and a ...
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Have you ever celebrated New Year’s eve in NYC?

Christian Wright, Public Affairs Officer, spoke about American holidays with a group of high school students, teachers, the mayor, and other town officials in Buzet on March 30.  After the lecture, students asked numerous questions such as: How many times have you celebrated Thanksgiving in Croatia? What is the difference between the American and Croatian ...
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Alumni Grants Program 2017

U.S. Embassy Zagreb is opening a call for Alumni Grants for 2017.  Through this program, the Embassy invites alumni of U.S. Government-sponsored programs and Croatian citizens who have studied in U.S. high schools or universities to apply for funding for small-scale projects, workshops, seminars and/or to bring an U.S. expert for a seminar, workshop or ...
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