PM meets EU member-states' ambassadors

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Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic met at the government headquarters on Friday with ambassadors from EU member-states, on the occasion of Bulgaria's presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of this year, the government's public relations office said in a statement.

Plenkovic and his guests discussed the future of the European Union, EU enlargement, relations between Croatia and neighbouring countries, and economic issues.

PM Plenkovic spoke of the government's activities in 2017, describing them as successful, and presented reform efforts planned for 2018.

He said that on February 6 he would speak at a plenary session of the European Parliament on the topic of Europe's future, and meet with European Parliament President Antonio Tajani and Council of Europe Secretary-General Thorbjorn Jagland.

On February 14, PM Plenkovic is expected to attend a meeting of the European Commission college and meet with EC President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk.

On February 23, he will participate in an informal meeting of the European Council in Brussels to discuss institutional issues and the future financing of the EU. A day earlier, on February 22, he will meet with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, the statement said.

Attending PM Plenkovic's meeting with the EU ambassadors were also Foreign Minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric and Economy Minister Martina Dalic.


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