Croatia’s Prime Minister continued his two day visit to the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Dusseldorf on Sunday.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković met with the Croatian Consul General in Dusseldorf and representatives of the local Croatian community. The prime minister noted that Germany is a key partner for Croatia, both bilaterally and within the European Union. He also emphasized the excellent cooperation Croatia has with the large Croatian community in Germany, some of whom he expects will return to their homeland.
"I am convinced that in this changed, globalized, internet connected world, which in terms of communications is much more dynamic, that these are still processes that are not of a permanent character, but rather a periodic character, and that that dynamic will first of all stabilize, and then after that there will be those who, enriched with experience they have acquired living abroad, will return to Croatia."
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