January 2008
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Croatia;Jan2008, p4
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The article offers information on the foreign relations of Croatia. The author states that as of 2008, Croatia has been pursuing a policy of greater Euro-Atlantic integration. In February 2003, Croatia formally presented its application for Eurpean Union (EU) membership. Talks over its application finally got underway in October 2005. The country became a member of the United Nations (UN) in 1992, and has contributed troops to several UN operations. Since 1998, the U.S. has given more than $13.4 million in humanitarian demining assistance.


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