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Igor Tudjman, a relative Croatia's late President, Franjo Tudjman, went missing on May 7 in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad and has not been seen since.
Igor Tudjman, a relative of former Croatian president Franjo Tudjman, was last seen at a motel in the Serbian city of Novi Sad with his wife Andrea, local media reported.
According to the newspaper Blic, the couple came to Novi Sad in order to start a business there but Tudjman left the motel immediately after they arrived and Andrea reported her husband missing the following day.
The Novi Sad police have said that there are indications that Tudjman left Serbia and returned to Croatia, adding that they will request the Croatian Embassy’s help in order to check whether he returned home.
Croatia's former president and independence leader was an uncle to Igor Tudjman’s father.
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