Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said that he and his government have initiated a discussion about the European Commission’s documents regarding tourism and transport. According to the PM, one of the key aspects of Croatia’s EU Presidency has been the focus on tourism as an important industry for a large number of member states.
“Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli is going to organise a new meeting of EU tourism ministers so that they could agree on the operational implementation of Commission’s guidelines,” said Plenković.
Given the fact that the Croatian economy largely depends on tourism, the prime minister emphasised that it was important for Zagreb to relax travel restrictions as much as possible.
He also said his government was currently discussing special tourist visits for the summer with the prime ministers of Slovenia, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Germany.
(Tea Trubić Macan, EURACTIV.hr)