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The prizes of the V Edition of the International Micro Fiction Competition have been awarded

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The prizes of the V Edition of the International Micro Fiction Competition have been awarded

The event, attended by the winners, who collected their prizes from the President of Castilla La Mancha and the Foundation´s president, Mr. César Egido Serrano, was held at the Palacio de Fuensalida, headquarters of the Presidency of Castilla La Mancha. The Act was also attended by the Ambassador of Israel, Mr. Daniel Kutner; the director of the Institute of Mexico in Spain and Minister of Culture the Embassy of Mexico, José Antonio Mendoza Labra; the Minister of Culture of the Embassy of Morocco, Malika Labidi, the director of the Turkish Cultural House Center Yunus Emre, Ersin Adigüzel; the cultural affairs aggregate of the Embassy of Hungary; Kinga G.Nagy and the Minister of Culture of the Embassy of Serbia, Mr. Martin Simovic, and Ms. Dusanka Sislija, from the Serbian Embassy and the Culture Councilor of Castilla La Mancha, Mr. Ángel Felpeto, among others.

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