Cameron’s Speech on Immigration – a mention of Croatia

British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech on immigration yesterday, largely about controlling it. Croatia was mentioned in passing, simply mentioning that Croatia will be subject to the  same transitional immigration arrangements that Romania and Bulgaria had. This is old news, but it does re-iterate that joining the EU does not mean immediate equal rights for Croatian citizens.

Cameron also made points in relation to the need to train and educate British youth to do work rather than rely on immigrants. CBR editor Brian Gallagher commented on such issues in an interview on Croatian immigration to the UK with Merita Arslani for Croatian website t-portal which can be seen here. English translation by Ina Vukic here.

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