Croatia adopts euro next year

The Croatian parliament passed a law on Friday paving the way for the introduction of the euro instead of the kuna on January 1, 2023.

It is reported by Ukrinform with link on AR.

Croatia, which joined the European Union in 2013, used the national currency.

Right-wing parties in parliament opposed the introduction of the euro, saying it would increase poverty.

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Both currencies will be used in parallel for several months.

It is noted that tourism during the summer months is one of the main sources of income in Croatia.

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