“The President of the Republic of Croatia and Commander in Chief of the Croatian Armed Forces Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović participated in the official opening and naming of the ‘116th Brigade of the Croatian Army’ barracks and attended the central festivities of Croatian Navy Day.” (Croatia Week)
“Making war criminals face justice is Croatia’s public and national interest, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Sunday reacting to the announcement of a protest initiated by the mayor of Vukovar against the slowness in finding missing people and processing war criminals.
‘There was some progress at the Croatian courts and the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia and some were processed in courts in Serbia,’ Plenkovic said.
‘The initiative came from the mayor who is every day in contact with those who lost their beloved ones and are still suffering because of Milosevic’s great-Serbian aggression on Croatia,’ the Prime Minister said.” (N1)
“During the peak tourist season from June to September, 170,000 tourists used Uber service at Croatia’s Adriatic coast, almost 50 percent more compared to the same period last year, the ride-hailing company said on Thursday in a statement.
‘The fact that 94 percent of tourists already had Uber application is a clear indication that foreigners expect Uber to be available in our country and that they like to use it,’ general manager of Uber for Southeastern Europe Davor Tremac said in the statement.” (Xinhua)