The Ambassador of the Russian Federation Anvar Azimov has once again repeated that two Russian banks are trying to assist Agrokor in achieving stability.
As far as a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Croatia is concerned Asimov said that he received the invitation. “Sooner or later he will come, but the visit has to be well prepared and there needs to be a special occasion, content or package of agreements. We are working on three possible proposals, one is the opening of a Russian Cultural Centre in Croatia and a Croatian one in Moscow. We need to prepare the visit well and when everything is ready, the president will gladly accept the invitation to visit your beautiful country,” said Anvar Asimov.
Asimov and Jandroković – intensifying economic and cultural cooperation
The Russian ambassador received Croatian Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandroković. They discussed bilateral issues in which the importance of parliamentary cooperation between the two countries was emphasized.
Discussion also included possible future meetings and in that context Asimov invited Jandroković to participate in the International Economic Forum that will be held at the end of May in St. Petersburg, as well as the International Forum for Development of Parliamentarianism at the beginning of June in Moscow, said a statement from Croatian parliament. Mutual desires for intensifying economic and cultural cooperation were expressed and Ambassador Asimov announced the opening of the Catherine the Great exhibit from the Russian Armitaž State Museum at Klovićevi Dvori this week in Zagreb.
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