Romania and Croatia are determined to strengthen and deepen their cooperation, both in terms of their bilateral relations, which are very good, and in terms of the European project and as NATO members, the Romanian PM Sorin Grindeanu said in Zagreb, after a meeting with his counterpart, Andrej Plenkovic.
The two officials signed a memorandum of cooperation between the chambers of commerce in the two countries, and an agreement of mutual protection of classified information. In turn, Croatia’s PM said that apart from bilateral topics, the two had also discussed elements of European politics.
Zagreb and Bucharest intend to coordinate their efforts targeting their accession to the visa-free Schengen area. During his visit to Croatia Grindeanu was also received by the head of state Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic and the deputy Parliament Speaker, Gordan Jandrokovic.