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Croatian-Korean business club celebrates second anniversary

Written by  Jul 07, 2016

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Zagreb held a ceremony celebrating the second anniversary of the Croatian-Korean business club. About 100 dignitaries and representatives of the Croatian and Korean companies and institutions, including diplomatic representatives of Japan, the United States and the Holy See in the Republic of Croatia attended the celebration.

Apart from the main hosts Nj.E.Park Won-Sup, the new ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Croatia and Zoran Horvat, the president of the Croatian-Korean business club, many Croatian politicians also attended the celebration such as Zeljko Reiner, the president of the Croatian parliament, Marko Jurcic, the adviser of the Croatian president for economic issues and Ivan Sertic, the assistant of the Croatian Minister of Economy.

In his introductory speech the Korean ambassador Nj.E.Park-Won said that the Croatian-Korean business club was the most important private institution in the relations between these two friendly countries giving his thanks to the founders and their efforts in the development of the economic cooperation between Croatia and Korea in last two years. He concluded his speech by saying that the full potential of the economic cooperation between these two countries had yet to be achieved.

Mr Zoran Horvat, the president of the Croatian-Korean business club, emphasized the long-time friendly relations between Croatia and Korea which were further strengthened this year by signing the agreement on air transport between the government of the Republic of Korea and the Croatian government. He thanked all the members and friends of the Club for their confidence and promised that the Club would continue to look for and create opportunities and possibilities for business cooperation with the main aim of creating business opportunities for its members, and consequently affect the economic picture of the Republic of Croatia.
Ivan Sertic, the assistant of the Minister of Economy, expressed his wish that in the near future more Korean companies would choose Croatia as a country for investment and development of their business projects.

At this occasion Zeljko Reiner, the president of the Croatian parliament, said he hoped the long-time friendship between Croatia and Korea would intensify in all areas, especially in the field of science, culture and economy.

Marko Jurcic, the adviser of the Croatian president for economy issues, added that present activities of the Croatian-Korean club were of particular importance for the development of cooperation between the two countries and expressed his wish to hear more successful stories of the economic cooperation between Croatia and Korea on the next Club anniversary.

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