During her mandate the Croatian President has visited all of Croatia’s 20 counties, leaving only the City of Zagreb.
President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović toured the capital today as part of her campaign to reach out to voters on the local level. Having already visited every Croatian county this mandate, the President met today with Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandić and the President of the City Assembly Andrija Mikulić. Later she toured the Innovation Center at the Zagreb Fairgrounds.
The President of the City Assembly noted the high level of cooperation between the capital and the Croatian Government. "I want to point out that Zagreb's notable advancements have been achieve thanks in part to cooperation and coordination in priority projects between the Croatian Government and the city of Zagreb."
For her part the President applauded Zagreb’s progress in a number of areas. "I want to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone on Zagreb's achievement, both in a European and international framework. I think one of the most recent achievements is being added to The Michelin Guide. In the tourism sector, Zagreb has gained a reputation as one of Europe's top destinations."
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