Presidential office continues its tour of Croatia.
President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović’s office will be relocated to Zadar County from Tuesday to Friday next week. During her stay, she will focus on the problems of the population living on the islands in the region, especially outside the tourist season. The President plans to visit the islands of Dugi Otok, Pag, Molat, Ist, Premuda, Silba and Olib. She will also organize a meeting between the diplomatic corps the local businesspeople, reports Index.hr on March 29, 2016.
This will be the continuation of the tradition of temporary relocations of the President’s Office. After Zadar County, the President plans to visit Međimurje and Gorski Kotar. Previously, the President relocated her office to Split, Pula and Vukovar.
The stay in Zadar will traditionally begin with the official opening of the Office, followed by a meeting with Zadar County Prefect Stipe Zrilić, Zadar Mayor Božidar Kalmeta, Zadar Archbishop and President of the Croatian Bishops Conference Želimir Puljić and Rector of the Zadar University Dijana Vican.
The president will also meet with the leadership of the Island Parliament, an association which is committed to the development of Croatian islands and creating equal conditions of life on the islands and on the mainland. The President will also meet with citizens who have expressed their wish to talk with her. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will visit the Air Force Base in Zemunik near Zadar, where she will discuss the activities in preparation for the firefighting season and other issues connected with the operation and functioning of the Croatian Air Force.
She will spend the next three days outside of Zadar, staying on nearby islands where she will talk with mayors of municipalities and towns and with the citizens. On Friday afternoon, the President will attend a meeting between the representatives of the diplomatic corps and the businesspeople of the island of Pag and Zadar County.