“During the meeting, full support was given to the Ukrainian people in the fight for freedom, and it was pointed out that Croatia will continue with political, economic, financial, humanitarian and military assistance to Ukraine,” the official press release by the Croatian Government states, as reported by Index (HINA).
At the same time, readiness for cooperation in the fields of energy, restoration of Ukrainian energy infrastructure, as well as ensuring energy security of Ukraine in conditions of Russian aggression was expressed, to which Croatia has already contributed as part of international efforts to help Ukraine, the press release further concludes.
P-TECC covers 24 countries of Central and Eastern Europe
Incidentally, the Ukrainian Minister of Energy German Galushchenko is participating in the 4th ministerial meeting of the Partnership for Transatlantic Energy and Climate Cooperation (P-TECC). P-TECC is a multilateral initiative led by the US Department of Energy.
P-TECC covers 24 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and is complementary to the Three Seas Initiative with an emphasis on energy infrastructure, interconnection and security. This year’s meeting of P-TECC in Zagreb started yesterday with a business forum, while a ministerial meeting will be held today.
Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic will also participate in the opening of the meeting of the Partnership for Transatlantic Energy and Climate Cooperation, today, on Thursday, March 2, 2023, at 8:30 a.m., at The Westin Hotel in Zagreb, at Izidora Krsnjavoga 1.
For that occasion, the Croatian Prime Minister will be accompanied by Croatia’s Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Davor Filipovic.
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