Launched in 2015, the initiative gathers 12 central and eastern EU countries with the goal of boosting connectivity and facilitating convergence, as well as strengthening the transatlantic link.
President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović is participating in a two day summit of the Three Seas Initiative being held in neighboring Slovenia. During her address she called on companies from all 12 member states to focus on doing more business together.
"Croatia and our 11 fellow member states of the initiative are open for business, we are open for investment and we are open for development. I invite you to do business with us, with our companies, and invite all of our companies to do business with each other, to do business together. Because B to B connections and people to people connections are also an immensely important part of this initiative."
Also attending the summit is Croatian Energy and Environmental Protection Minister Tomislav Ćorić, who participated in a panel on energy security. Minister Ćorić noted that Croatia’s floating LNG terminal off the island of Krk is under construction and should be up and running by 2021.
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