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Welcome Croatia! :D
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I am glad that Croatia is part of EU, at least for now.
You can never know what future can bringe you, so I don't like to predict how everything will be, but I do hope that both EU and Croatia will benefit from this. EU for faster travelling to the coast of Croatia in Summer, and Croatia for economic development.
And thank you @Amneetje for wishing us welcome.
I agree with Man-at-Arms. I think that EU is more useful for us, than bad. And thank you for warm welcome! :) Our fathers were fighting for Croatia to become part of Europe, not a part of Balkan or Serbia. (I dont want to offend Serbs, but I am just saying how it is)
Yugoslavia, not Serbia...
Yugoslavia was just a camouflage. You really think that Serbia + occupied croatian territories (Virovitica-Sl. Brod) would stay Yugoslavia ? I don't think so.
Yes, Yugoslavia. If Yugoslav People's Army have had regain the full control over it's territory, Yugoslavia would've exist even today- Yugoslav army, until it's disbandment, have had members from whole Balkan, even some of Slovenians served it after the separation of Slovenia, and even Albanians, who were never a part of Yugoslavia. That's my opinion...
I don't like the EU much, what was wrong with the EEG? or for me even better, the BeNeLux! D:
Besides, I think the European countries are way to much interested in there own (as it should be!)
good day to all of you
Happy New Year 2013, Europeans!
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