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Minister Pusic in London: Croatian Parliament Needs British Humour

After attending the UK parliamentary debate “Prime Minister’s Questions,” Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs Vesna Pusic joked in front of her British colleagues that she would like to see more British humour in the Croatian Parliament, reported Jutarnji list.

Pusic is in London where she has had several meetings with high-ranking British officials, including EU ratification talks with her British counterpart William Hague.

“We have experience to know that nothing is complete until it is complete,” said Pusic, adding that the Croatian government are taking the EU ratification process seriously. Pusic said that currently 16.5 nations in the EU have accepted Croatia (Spain are all but there), and by the end of the year they expect that to be 20 nations.

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