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The Croatian parliament has approved the law on the transition to the euro as its official currency

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The Croatian parliament approved by a majority of votes the law on the introduction of the euro as the official currency in Croatia. This was announced on Friday by the press service of the Croatian Parliament.

According to him, 117 deputies voted for the adoption of the new law, 13 parliamentarians voted against, and one abstained.

Croatia’s official transition to using the euro as its main currency is scheduled for January 1, 2023.

Until the complete replacement of the kuna, the current official Croatian currency, at the end of 2023, during the transition period starting on September 5, prices expressed in euros will be introduced into circulation.

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