Czech Republic Pledges Support for Croatia’s Euro-Atlantic Bids

PRAGUE, Czech Republic — Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic paid a daylong visit to the Czech Republic on Tuesday (31 May) and said Prague fully supports Zagreb’s bids for membership in the EU and NATO. Grabar-Kitarovic met with Czech counterpart Cyril Svoboda and parliamentary officials. They also discussed bilateral ties and enhancing economic co-operation.

In other news, Macedonian President Branko Crvenkovski arrives in Zagreb for an official visit Wednesday. He will meet with Croatian counterpart Stipe Mesic, Prime Minister Ivo Sanader and Parliament Speaker Vladimir Seks.

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