“President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will travel to the United States in December to meet United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, US officials and members of the Croatian diaspora, and she will also give a lecture at Tufts University, reports tportal.hr on November 25, 2017… The President will be in the United States from 4 to 7 December and visit Boston, New York and Washington.” (Total-Croatia-News)

“The Hague Tribunal delivers its verdict on six Bosnian Croat ex-officials next week – but the trial has already revealed how Croatia funded the self-proclaimed Herzeg-Bosnia statelet’s forces while they fought the Bosnian Army. On November 15, 1993, Croatia’s Defence Minister Gojko Susak wrote to his ministry’s financial department, telling it to send money to send to the Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia, an unrecognised self-proclaimed Croat statelet in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” (Eurasia Review)

“Hard Rock International, who operate the Hard Rock Cafe brand, including Hard Rock Hotels, is interested in opening hotels in Croatia. Josh Littman, Vice President of Development for Hotels at Hard Rock International based in London, has told Poslovni.hr that they are currently intensively looking at a number of locations in Croatia to open. ‘Croatia is a very interesting market for us, because it blends into our business philosophy with a rich culture, the hotels will be 4 or 5 *, and all of them will connect music as a symbol,’ he said, adding that the locations of Split, Dubrovnik, Zagreb and the northern Adriatic are locations of interest.” (Croatia Week)