Reiner in Ireland talks emigration and situation in Croatia"s neighbourhood

Croatian Deputy Parliament Speaker Željko Reiner, who is on a two-day official visit to Ireland, met with Irish political and Church leaders for talks on Croatian emigrants, the economy and the situation in Croatia"s neighbourhood. Duty Speaker Reiner held talks with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, the First Vice President of the European Parliament, Mairead McGuinnes, and the Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin. The talks focused on excellent relations and good bilateral cooperation and cooperation within EU institutions. Duty Speaker Reiner thanked Archbishop Martin on his assistance in setting up the Croatian Catholic Mission in Dublin, underlining the importance of spiritual leadership for numerous Croats who have found a new home in Ireland. The archbishop said Ireland had also had the experience of its citizens leaving abroad, adding however that a large number of them had returned with new experiences and knowledge. Reiner said he too hoped that Croatian emigrants would return to their homeland. The talks also focused on Brexit, trade and the political situation in Croatia"s neighbourhood. They cited tourism as the sector with the largest cooperation potential. Text: Croatian Parliament

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