Croatia’s PM attends European Economic Congress

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said on Monday (May 16th) that Croatia is ready to wrap up its EU accession talks by end of next month and reassured that the country will be a reliable partner. Kosor attended the third European Economic Congress in Katowice. Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, whose country takes over the rotating EU presidency in July, hailed Croatia’s progress in meeting the criteria to become an EU member.

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