September 2012
Macedonian Diplomatic Bulletin;Sep2012, Issue 65, p10
An interview with Zlatko Kramarić, who is Croatia's ambassador to Macedonia, is presented. When asked about his views on Croatia receiving the European Union (EU) membership, he says that all the governments of Croatia focused on becoming a member. He says that it was time that Macedonia began its negotiations for EU membership. He also discusses the need for the integration due to the global economic crisis.


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