Croatia and Brazil aim to strengthen relations in the field of economy and education.
Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grelic Radman met with his Brazilian counterpart, Mauro Vieira, in the capital, Zagreb.
Radman said in the joint press conference that was held later that he agreed with his Brazilian counterpart Viera on the good relations between the two countries.
Radman stressed that his country and Brazil are on the same path in membership of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and indicated that they aim to strengthen cooperation with Brazil, especially in the fields of economy and education.
Veria said: “The truth is that Croatia and Brazil have a lot in common. Both countries love football and music, and our people have a special joy in life.” He said.
Noting that there are about 20,000 Croats living in his country, Veria stated that this minority contributes to the cultural richness of his country.
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