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Estonian Ambassador to Croatia Eva-Maria Liimets presented her credentials
Photo: Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia
On Monday 4 March, the new Estonian Ambassador to Croatia Eva-Maria Liimets presented her credentials to President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic in Zagreb. Ambassador Liimets will reside in Prague in the Czech Republic.
In the conversation following the presentation ceremony, both Liimets as well as Grabar-Kitarovic affirmed that the relations between the two countries are good, and stated their shared desire to raise the profile of their respective countries among young people and the general public to enhance contacts between people.
“Estonians have found their way to the sunny Croatian resorts of Split and Dubrovnik. Estonia’s excellent reputation as an e-state facilitates business contacts and I hope that it will help us to showcase Estonia as a tourist destination and encourage Croatians to travel to Estonia more,” Ambassador Liimets said.
Eva-Maria Liimets graduated from the University of Tartu in public administration and the Estonian Business School with a master’s degree in international business, and completed the international programme at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. She joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1997 and has worked in the embassies in Rome and Washington as well as the Consulate General in New York as Consul General. From 2009 to 2014 Liimets was the director of the international organisations division and from 2017 to 2018, she worked on the European Union’s Baltic Sea strategy in the Ministry’s Department for European Affairs. Since 2018 Eva-Maria Liimets has also been the Estonian Ambassador to the Czech Republic and Slovenia.