Lagarde welcomes Croatia to eurozone and highlights her effort

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The President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, welcomed Croatia today and highlighted the effort made by that country to become the twentieth member of the eurozone.

“For us at the ECB this New Year’s Day is especially important, because we welcome a new member to our family: Croatia. Welcome!” said Lagarde in a message posted on Twitter.

He stressed that “Croatia has shown incredible commitment at every step of the way towards integration into the euro family” and assured that it is “a real joy” to have this country as a twentieth member, “twenty in the 23rd”.

He added that the euro “is a happy family” that from time to time has to face problems and that fights as it should against inflation, particularly at this time, and will continue to do so.

“And what is important is that we are the custodians of the euro, which is this currency that unites us, that brings us together,” he said.

“I can assure you that we will continue to work hard as guardians of the euro to ensure that we have price stability and that we have financial stability, despite the shocks, despite the difficulties we are all facing,” he promised.

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