Chinese President Hu Jintao left here for China on Saturday after concluding his trip to Russia, Slovakia and Croatia.
The Chinese president arrived here on Friday for a state visit, the first by a Chinese head of state since China and Croatia set up diplomatic ties 17 years ago.
During his stay in Zagreb, Hu met Croatian leaders and discussed ways of strengthening traditional friendship and all-round cooperation between China and Croatia.
Hu began his trip last Sunday in Russia's Yekaterinburg, where he attended a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the first meeting of BRIC countries, namely Brazil, Russia, India and China. After that, he paid state visits to Russia and Slovakia.
During his visit to Russia, Hu had talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and met other Russian leaders to exchange views on how to further develop the Sino-Russian strategic partnership of cooperation.
At the SCO summit, the Chinese leader urged SCO member states to further promote cooperation in politics, economy, security, culture as well as with the observers -- Mongolia, Iran, Pakistan and India.
"The SCO members should continue to implement the treaty of long-term good-neighborliness, friendship and cooperation, make use of the various levels and channels of meetings and negotiations to promote strategic dialogue, coordinate policy, gather consensus, and make efforts for common prosperity, regional peace and stability, and a more just, reasonable international political and economic system," Hu said.
He announced that China would provide a 10-billion-U.S. dollar credit loan to SCO member states to deal with problems arising from the global financial crisis.
At the BRIC summit, President Hu presented proposals for dealing with the ongoing global financial crisis.
BRIC countries should commit themselves to bringing about an early recovery of the world economy, pushing forward the reform of international financial system, implementing the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and ensuring the security of food, energy, resource, and public health, he said.
BRIC countries account for 42 percent of the world's population, 14.6 percent of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and 12.8 percent of the global trade volume.