President Ram Nath Kovind is in Croatia on the first leg of his three-nation tour.
He is the first Indian head of state to visit the country.
The President is meeting the Croatian President, Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic and will hold a delegation level talk.
President will today hold talks with the leadership of Croatia to strengthen ties in key sectors such as trade, investment and renewable energy.
Relations between India and Croatia have been friendly since the days of the former Yugoslavia.
Croatia dominated bilateral trade relations accounting for more than two-thirds of trade between India and the former Yugoslavia.
There is a scope for further investment in diverse sectors in Croatia.
Signing of agreements will take place between the two nations.
After completing his 4 day Croatia visit, President will visit Bolivia, followed by Chile as part of efforts to further strengthen bilateral ties with the three nations.
During his three day visit to Croatia, the President will participate in the India-Croatia Economic Forum meeting.
He will also deliver an address at the University of Zagreb.