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HDZ: Croatia won’t allow intimidation of Croats in Bosnia

By   /  13/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Headlines, HR Politics, Politics  /  No Comments

  The deputy leader of Croatia’s ruling HDZ party, Milijan Brkic, and the leader of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s HDZ, Dragan Covic, visited the southern Bosnian town of Stolac on Monday ahead of a repeat of municipal elections next Sunday. “Croatia will not allow intimidation of the Croats in Stolac or anywhere else in Bosnia and […]

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Croatia good partner to G. Britain in defence – Fallon

By   /  07/02/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on Croatia good partner to G. Britain in defence – Fallon

  Croatian Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic and his British counterpart Michael Fallon signed a memorandum of understanding in London on Monday to formalise the two countries’ defence cooperation. The British government said in a statement that Defence Secretary Fallon commended Croatia’s role in NATO operations and peace missions. “Croatia is a good partner of the […]

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Croatian, Slovenian defence ministers talk cooperation

By   /  25/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Croatian, Slovenian defence ministers talk cooperation

Croatian Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic in Ljubljana on Wednesday held talks with his Slovenian counterpart Andreja Katic about cooperation in defence and security challenges in Europe and its neighbourhood. During his stay in Ljubljana, Krsticevic also held talks with Slovenian President Borut Pahor. Addressing the press after their meeting, Krsticevic and Katic said the two […]

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Dalic presents gov’t action plan to Zadar entrepreneurs

By   /  23/01/2017  /  Business, Croatia, HR Business, HR Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on Dalic presents gov’t action plan to Zadar entrepreneurs

The government’s action plan to relieve enterprises of red tape introduces more than a hundred measures designed to simplify existing legislation and ensure savings for employers, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts Martina Dalic said on Monday presenting the plan to entrepreneurs in Zadar. Earlier in the year the government adopted […]

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UN Special Adviser: A strong message of hope a united federal Cyprus can emerge

By   /  13/01/2017  /  Croatia, GR Politics, Greece, HR Politics, Politics, TR Politics, Turkey  /  Comments Off on UN Special Adviser: A strong message of hope a united federal Cyprus can emerge

Following the Conference on Cyprus in Geneva Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Cyprus stated that the talks conveyed “a strong message of hope that this long-standing dispute can now finally be laid to rest and a united federal Cyprus can emerge and can be embraced in a security arrangement […]

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Slovenia Threatens to Sabotage Croatian Tourism

By   /  13/01/2017  /  Business, Croatia, HR Business, HR Politics, Politics, SI Business, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia Threatens to Sabotage Croatian Tourism

Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec directly threatened Croatian tourist industry in the event that Croatia refuses to implement the decision of the arbitration tribunal which will later this year issue a verdict of a border dispute between Slovenia and Croatia. Croatia has left the proceedings and announced it will not accept the verdict, reports Novi […]

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“If there’s no Ustashism in Croatia – then what’s happening”

By   /  12/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on “If there’s no Ustashism in Croatia – then what’s happening”

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarevic has launched another “crude attack” against Serbia, says Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic. Reacting to a TV interview Grabar-Kitarevic gave on Wednesday, Dacic said her claim that there was no Ustashism and fascism in Croatia was “an obvious lie.” During the Second World War, the Ustasha regime was in power in […]

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PM receives head of Islamic community in Croatia

By   /  10/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, HR Social, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on PM receives head of Islamic community in Croatia

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Tuesday received the head of the Islamic Community in Croatia, Mufti Aziz Hasanovic, and expressed his satisfaction with Croatia’s relations with the Islamic community, adding that the model of arranging these relations could serve as an example to other European countries. “Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic expressed satisfaction with standards achieved […]

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Stier reprimands Vucic’s envoy over claims about poor status of Croatian Serbs

By   /  06/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Stier reprimands Vucic’s envoy over claims about poor status of Croatian Serbs

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Davor Ivo Stier on Thursday warned a Serbian envoy for claiming that the status of Croatian Serbs was poor, noting that he used the same theories as Slobodan Milosevic, the Foreign and European Affairs Ministry said in a statement. In his address at a Christmas reception organised by the […]

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PM wants for Slovenia to have well-arranged relations with neighbours in 2017

By   /  04/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on PM wants for Slovenia to have well-arranged relations with neighbours in 2017

Prime Minister Miro Cerar has said that his wish for Slovenia in 2017 is to have well-arranged relations with its neighbours and that he hopes that Croatia will respect a verdict which an international arbitral tribunal is expected to deliver regarding the Slovenia-Croatia border disagreement. “Concerning bilateral relations, I would primarily like to see good […]

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