"I am looking forward for having the opportunity to host students from Šibenik and I am particularly pleased that the their school is a part of the European Parliament Ambassador School Programme. I support that program because it increases awareness of young people about the importance of European institutions whose work directly influence their life. Of course, their singing in the European Parliament will be the cherry on top of this visit", said MEP Tonino Picula.
Gymnasium Antun Vrančić is a part of the The European Parliament Ambassador School Programme (EPAS) and MEPs Picula and Maletić were very happy to host them because the both come from Šibenik.
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