Croatia

PM Zaev Receives Support from Croatian CounterpartPhoto: BalkanEU.com

PM Zaev Receives Support from Croatian Counterpart

“Prime Minister Zoran Zaev is on an official visit to Croatia where he held a meeting with the Prime Minister of this country, Andrej Plenkovic. According to the government cabinet, PM Zaev has thanked his Croatian counterpart for the support offered by Croatia in its integration path in […]

Plenkovic and Orban Discuss INA Oil CompanyPhoto: Jutarnji List

Plenkovic and Orban Discuss INA Oil Company

“Croatian and Hungarian Prime Ministers Andrej Penković and Viktor Orban said on Monday after their meeting in Zagreb that the only issue burdening relations between their two countries is the problem of managing the INA oil company. One of INA’s co-owners is the Hungarian MOL oil company and […]

Croatia’s South-East European Initiative Summit Beginsinfozagreb.hr

Croatia’s South-East European Initiative Summit Begins

“Croatia is hosting a two day summit of the South-East European Initiative. Sic European Prime Ministers arrived in Zagreb today along with the European Commissioner for Enlargement Johanes Hahn, the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Suma Chakrabarti and other high ranking officials. The summit […]

Luka Modric’s Perjury Charge Dropped, Named Best Soccer Player of the YearPhoto: SoccerPro

Luka Modric’s Perjury Charge Dropped, Named Best Soccer Player of the Year

“Zagreb County Court has upheld a ruling by Zagreb’s Municipal Court to quash an indictment against Croatia and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric, who was charged with perjury after he gave contradicting statements in his testimony during the trial against the former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic, as […]

Croatia-Slovenia Relations Update

Croatia-Slovenia Relations Update

“Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Sarec said on Wednesday he saw no possibility of progress in the relations between Slovenia and Croatia as long as Zagreb continues to reject the arbitration ruling determining the border between the two countries. Slovenia’s previous government, led by Miro Cerar, who is currently […]

Croatia Public Service Unions Complete Settlement for Salary IncreasePhoto: Time Out

Croatia Public Service Unions Complete Settlement for Salary Increase

“The government and public service unions successfully completed the settlement process on Tuesday and agreed to salary increases for public service workers. Eight public service unions have successfully completed the settlement process with the government and will not go on strike tomorrow. A 3% increase in base salaries […]

US Band Foo Fighters Sell Out Show in Croatia in 2 MinutesPhoto: Pula Tourist Board/Croatia Week

US Band Foo Fighters Sell Out Show in Croatia in 2 Minutes

“Foo Fighters have sold out the Pula Arena in just two minutes after the tickets went on sale to the public on Friday. The concert is the quickest to sell out in Croatia, beating U2 in Zagreb, David Gilmore in Pula and Chris Cornell at the Linsinki concert […]

Croatia Welcomes Home World Champion Tennis TeamPhoto: Croatia Week/Instagram

Croatia Welcomes Home World Champion Tennis Team

“In July more than 500,000 people turned out on the streets of the Croatian capital to welcome home the silver medal-winning football team. Today the capital turned on another welcome party, this time for the new tennis world champions. Whilst the weather was cold with threats of rain, […]

One Third of Croatian Teens Smoke

One Third of Croatian Teens Smoke

“Croatia ranks third in Europe when it comes to teen smoking, according to experts who participated at a roundtable on youth tobacco and alcohol consumption, organized by the Croatian Public Health Institute. Doctors attending the gathering backed a plan to raise excise taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, believing […]