Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković stated that they have helped Ukraine many times and will continue to do so.
Plenkovic answered reporters’ questions during his arrival at the EU leaders’ summit in Brussels.
Plenković emphasized that Croatia is constantly helping Ukraine, and said, “Our government has taken several decisions this year to send military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.” He said.
Plenkovic said: “We will continue to help in this situation where Russia has been attacking for more than a year and Ukraine is defending itself. Croatia, which suffered similar attacks 30 years ago, will continue to help.” He said.
The Croatian Prime Minister also touched on relations between Kosovo and Serbia, expressing his readiness to provide support when it comes to normalization of relations, peace and stability.
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