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PRIMOSTEN - 23. September 2006 -- The former and the last USSR General Secretary, Mikhail Gorbachev will be celebrating his 75th birthday and 20 years of Perestroika from the 29th September to the 1st October in Croatian coastal city of Primosten.
Located between the cities of Split and Sibenik on the Dalmatian coast, Primosten is one of the most popular tourist destinations on Croatian coastline.
|Primosten town is one of the
most attractive and most visited city destination
in Croatia's coastline, located on an island-like small peninsula.
The Gorbachev celebrations will be attended by 250 guests, many of them former and current statesmen. While the likes of Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Kohl, and George Bush, Sr. have been invited, they're not likely to attend owing to health reasons or other commitments.
In mongst those who will be attending are Lech Walesa, Shimon Peres, James Baker, Emil Constantinescu, Roland Tumas, and Ted Turner.
The celebrations will be held in hotel Zora in Primosten. Security will be tight, which includes a security wall being built around Raduca peninsula, where the hotel is located.
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