President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović expressed a wish for closer cooperation with Monaco during a meeting Prince Albert on Thursday.
The President expressed hope that shared interests of the two countries in the fields of tourism, advanced technologies, and green industries would result in successful cooperation. She also conveyed Croatia's interest in the transfer of know-how and best practices in water purification, according to a statement from the President's Office.
President Grabar-Kitarović met with Prince Albert II on the fringes of the annual Monaco Energy Security Forum, and the two leaders discussed ways of strengthening and expanding cooperation in areas of mutual interest.
President Grabar-Kitarović stressed that Croatia was promoting its investment climate in an effort to attract foreign investors and applauded Monaco’s high environmental standards, conveying Croatia's interest in transferring know-how and best practices in water purification.
Addressing cooperation in the Mediterranean, Grabar-Kitarović said environmental cooperation was a top issue for Croatia, including efforts to protect the sea from further pollution and excessive exploitation.
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