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British Embassy in Zagreb to organise Brexit and Citizens’ Rights discussion

By  Feb 12, 2019

With only a few weeks left until the UK leaves the European Union the British Embassy in Zagreb will organise a discussion entitled “Brexit and Citizens’ Rights.” Whether the UK leaves the EU with a deal or without a deal British citizens living in Croatia, and across Europe, need to be aware of their rights.

From practical advice, like changing your UK driving licence and keeping up-to-date with health services, to general advice British citizens living in Croatia, all will be on the table at this first discussion.

On the Facebook page of the British Embassy in Zagreb a post announced “Ambassador Andrew Dalgleish will be hosting an event in late February in Zagreb to meet British nationals living in Croatia for a discussion on Brexit and Citizens’ Rights.” Adding that “If you’re a British national and interested in attending this event please get in touch via email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

And although this first discussion will be held in the Croatian capital the embassy is also looking to gauge interest to hold similar talks in other parts of the country. They add that British citizens living in Croatia can keep in touch with all future events on the Living in Croatia webpage and can also subscribe to a newsletter.