Croatia plans to apply for accession to the Schengen passport-free area in two years'

Croatia's Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said in Zagreb on Thursday that Croatia would apply for accession to the Schengen passport-free area in two years' time and would thus show its readiness for new challenges."We will apply in two years' time, which is the...

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Croatia plans to apply for accession to the Schengen passport-free area in two years'



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 27.09.2013

Croatia's Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said in Zagreb on Thursday that Croatia would apply for accession to the Schengen passport-free area in two years' time and would thus show its readiness for new challenges.
"We will apply in two years' time, which is the soonest we can," Milanovic said at a ceremony marking Police Day. He said that EU financial support for the application of the Schengen rules was important but not decisive. "By moving the border further south and east, we want to make the work of the Slovenes and Hungarians easier," he added.
Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic said that the performance of the police force over the last year was best illustrated by statistics which revealed a decline in all types of crime of nearly 9%, while the murder rate in the first eight months of the year was down by as much as 26.5% from the corresponding period of last year. Government


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