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Croats in the Republic of Macedonia

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Croats in the Republic of Macedonia

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Ethnic Croats form a small minority in the Republic of Macedonia. As of 2002, there were 2,686 declared Croats living in the country [1]. They mostly live in the capital city Skopje, the second largest city Bitola and around Lake Ohrid. In 2006, Croatian President Stjepan Mesić and his Macedonian counterpart Nikola Gruevski announced that the Croats would receive national minority status in Macedonia.

The population is represented by the Union of Croats of Macedonia.

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  • Hrvati i njihovi potomci u Makedoniji
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