Croatian parliament speaker receives incoming British ambassador

Croatian Parliament Speaker Zeljko Reiner on Monday received incoming British Ambassador to Croatia Andrew Dalgleish with whom he agreed that relations between Croatia and Great Britain were "extremely good" but that there was also an outstanding issue of the access of Croatian citizens to Britain's labour market.

"The parliament speaker and the ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland agreed that the current bilateral relations are extremely good but that there is an outstanding issue -- the access of Croatian citizens to the labour market in Great Britain," the parliament said in a statement.

The two officials also agreed there was room to step up economic cooperation, notably in the energy sector, shipbuilding, infrastructure, food industry, defence industry and tourism, reads the statement.

Last update: Mon, 18/07/2016 - 15:53
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