President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović has vowed to continue dedicating the remainder of her five-year mandate to improving Croatia’s declining demographics.
On Monday, the president marked three years since taking up office as the head of state and Supreme Commander of the Croatian Armed Forces.
She has worked tirelessly to address the problems faced by Croatian society, namely the declining population. She posted on her official Facebook page that in cooperation with the government, she would do everything in her power to help keep young people in the country.
“On this day, three years ago, I began my mandate as the President of the Republic of Croatia. It is my honour to conduct my duties in the interest of all Croatian citizens, both inside the country and in the diaspora community. Until the end of my mandate, together with the Croatian government, I will do everything to prevent the immigration of young people and reverse the negative demographic trends, as well as work on unblocking citizens’ accounts in order to afford them a new beginning. I also hope to transform our divisions from the past into unity for a better future,” wrote the president on her official Facebook profile. (glashrvatske.hrt.hr)