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Quality of life50
A state in the south of Central Europe. It borders on Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is washed by the waters of the Adriatic Sea. Croatia is part of the European Union, but is not part of the Schengen zone.
The country builds ships, produces fabrics, medicines and food products, develops mechanical engineering, electronic and electrical industries, and is engaged in logging. Tourism plays an important role in the Croatian economy: foreigners come to relax on the beaches of the Adriatic.
Grounds for obtaining a Croatia passport
Birth to citizens of the country
Marriage to a citizen of the country
Work for the country's government
Special services to the state
Obtaining a Croatia passport by naturalization: requirements for applicants
Knowledge of state language
Assimilation or cultural knowledge
Stable financial status
No criminal records