Croatia in Europe?

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countries like former yougoslavia and romania, bulgaria and albania want to become memebers of the EU. but before they are able to join the euro there is a long traject to get passed first. I don't think that is even a real discussion at this moment.
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wouter wrote:countries like former yougoslavia and romania, bulgaria and albania want to become memebers of the EU. but before they are able to join the euro there is a long traject to get passed first. I don't think that is even a real discussion at this moment.
Really not. These countries are scheduled for the enlargement of the years 2010, I guess...

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Olivier wrote:A new on the site www.euobserver.com :
"The Croatian Prime Minister, Ivica Racan, confirmed on Monday that Croatia would submit its formal application to become a member of the European Union on 18 February in Athens."

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Phaedrus42 wrote:Albania? They will have a hard time becoming a member. So, who'll apply next? Ukraine? Belarus (talking about democracy LOL)? Maroc? I don't lnow, is this any good for these countries? I think the entire EU project has gotten a little out of hand.
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Which countries will join the EU in 2004? I heard there will be 10 countries or soemthing like that.
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Thirteen countries have been identified as candidates to join the Europan Union: ten countries from Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lituania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia), and Cyprus, Malta, and Turkey.
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Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey will not join in 2004.
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Re: Croatia in Europe?

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Croatia will introduce the € in 2023.

Has anyone been this year in Croatia?
Is there already any change related to the €? Is is perhaps possible to pay already in € and get back € notes and coins?
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stefanlip wrote:
Tue Jul 12, 2022 8:59 am
Is perhaps possible to pay already in € and get back € notes and coins?
Not yet, but in tourist places is possible to do it.
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stefanlip wrote:
Tue Jul 12, 2022 8:59 am
Croatia will introduce the € in 2023.

Has anyone been this year in Croatia?
Is there already any change related to the €? Is is perhaps possible to pay already in € and get back € notes and coins?
It's possible at Pay tolls & petrol station as in Serbia & Bulgaria & sometimes in Turkey
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