Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković announced that as of January 1, the prerequisites for his country’s inclusion in Europe’s Schengen visa-free travel area have been met.
Plenkovic told the cabinet session that Croatia had fulfilled the preconditions for entering the eurozone and the Schengen area.
The Croatian Prime Minister stated that he had received great support on the Schengen issue from his Austrian counterpart Karl Nehammer, who recently paid an official visit to Zagreb.
Recalling that they visited the LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) terminal on Krk Island with Nehammer and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder, Plenkovic stated that Austria and Germany are ready to cooperate with Croatia, which has the potential to become a regional natural gas distribution center.
source: Balkan News
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