“The common market expands upon Croatia’s entry into the EU. Many talk about possibilities for the Croats, but the other way roind works as well, which is new possibilities for all Europeans. First of all, those are business possibilities. Croatia is similar to Lithuania both in size and in population, so we can imagine both Croatia’s situation and its expectations,” he said in an interview to Žinių Radijas radio station on Tuesday.
Croatia is the bloc’s first addition since Bulgaria and Romania joined in 2007.