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  • Basques visit Idaho, meet with Gov. Butch Otter

    In July 2015, a delegation from the Basque government led by President Iñigo Urkullu met with Idaho Gov. Butch Otter and state officials, recommitting to earlier agreements on expanding trade. The Basque visit coincided with Jaialdi, the international festival of Basque culture and heritage held in Boise every five years. Idaho has the second-largest population of people with Basque heritage in the U.S., behind California.

In July 2015, a delegation from the Basque government led by President Iñigo Urkullu met with Idaho Gov. Butch Otter and state officials, recommitting to earlier agreements on expanding trade. The Basque visit coincided with Jaialdi, the international festival of Basque culture and heritage held in Boise every five years. Idaho has the second-largest population of people with Basque heritage in the U.S., behind California. Statesman staff
In July 2015, a delegation from the Basque government led by President Iñigo Urkullu met with Idaho Gov. Butch Otter and state officials, recommitting to earlier agreements on expanding trade. The Basque visit coincided with Jaialdi, the international festival of Basque culture and heritage held in Boise every five years. Idaho has the second-largest population of people with Basque heritage in the U.S., behind California. Statesman staff

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