The Croatian parliament on Thursday approved the new centre-right cabinet led by Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic whose Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) won the most parliamentary … Read more
Bulgaria and Croatia still have work to do in fixing their economies and improving their institutions before joining the euro, European Central Bank … Read more
Bulgaria and Croatia took a big step toward adopting the euro currency, potentially becoming the newest members to the bloc after years of economic crises … Read more
Croatia’s ruling centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) is set to win a parliamentary election on Sunday, held at a time of rising coronavirus infections and … Read more
Croatians vote on Sunday to choose a government whose abiding challenge will be to haul the economy out of recession triggered by the coronavirus outbreak, … Read more
The Croatia government will finance a shorter working week for coronavirus-hit companies whose turnover fell at least 20% from the same month last year, the … Read more
Croatia announced border restrictions for the citizens of several other Balkan countries after a spike in cases of the coronavirus and an outbreak at an … Read more
Croatian officials slammed an anti-Serb incident that saw a group of youths display a banner in the capital Zagreb reading: “We will fu** Serbian women … Read more
France, Italy, Spain, Poland and Croatia declared ‘safe’ for flights to Malta from July 1 – Restrictions on all flight destinations would be lifted on July 15
The Prime Minister has this morning announced six new countries to Malta’s list of destinations considered as “safe flights”. These are France, Italy, Spain, Poland, … Read more
Over the last days over 133 hotels and 65 campsites reopened in Croatia, igniting hopes that this summer season will not be completely lost to … Read more
Following last week’s delivery to Italy, more batches of FFP2 protective masks were distributed throughout the weekend to Spain, Italy and Croatia from rescEU – … Read more
The European Commission has approved two Croatian schemes to support the Croatian economy in the context of the coronavirus outbreak.
Croatia notified to the Commission … Read more
Two men wearing protective face masks walk in Ban Josip Jelacic Square in downtown Zagreb, Croatia, 30 March 2020.
Croatian authorities have decided to order … Read more
Scenes from this morning’s earthquake in Zagreb after a 5.3-magnitude earthquake that hit near the capital in Croatia. A magnitude 5.3 earthquake has shaken Croatia … Read more
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic called on citizens to remain outside their homes after a powerful earthquake rocked the country on Sunday morning.
Plenkovic … Read more
A magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck the Croatian capital of Zagreb on Sunday at 6.30 a.m. (0530GMT) at a depth of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles), … Read more
New Croatian president says independent media, judiciary and the scientific community are the strongest defense against any form of tyranny
Croatia’s new president Zoran Milanovic urged more solidarity in society as he formally took office and called for vigilance against populist approaches to issues such … Read more
CiConsulta GeoPolitical Insights – The EU’s Croatian Presidency – A Maltese and European Perspective
Croatia takes over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the six month period between Jan-June 2020, under the motto “A … Read more
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković presented the priorities of the Croatian presidency to the European Parliament and Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Under the motto … Read more
Corruption is embedded in Croatian society at school where children who cheat in tests are celebrated as “heroes”, the country’s president has said.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, … Read more
The ‘door is open’ for Albania and North Macedonia to join the European Union under current rules, Ursula von der Leyen insisted on Friday at … Read more
Croatia’s bitterly contested presidential race is headed for a runoff this weekend to decide whether a conservative or a liberal will become the new head … Read more
The EU must confront an “existential” problem of population decline faced by a swath of its member states, Croatia’s prime minister has warned.
Andrej Plenkovic, … Read more
A Croatian court found the head of Hungarian energy group MOL and Croatia’s former prime minister guilty of graft on Monday, marking the latest … Read more
CROSOL – the Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity, in collaboration with Ipsos Puls, has published the results of a public opinion poll on … Read more
Croatia’s tight presidential race will go to a runoff vote in two weeks, after exit polls and initial returns indicated that none of the candidates … Read more
The Croatian National Police Office for Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime in collaboration with the prosecutor’s office, tax administration, customs and in cooperation with … Read more
Croatia will hold the first round of its presidential elections on December 22, the country’s prime minister has said.
Andrej Plenkovic made the announcement on … Read more
Thanks to EU support, Croatian and Slovenian startups will benefit from Croatia’s first social impact fund, Feelsgood.
The European Investment Fund contributed half of the … Read more
The coordinator of Croatia’s EU presidency, Gordan Markotić, said that during the country’s chairmanship of the EU 161 events would be organised in the Croatian … Read more
Croatian media is reporting that the Republic of Croatia will not be part of the Schengen area for at least another two years, despite the … Read more
Croatia President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarevic will run for a second five-year term on behalf of her ruling party, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, who also heads the … Read more
The prospects for Croatia’s participation in the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM II) were discussed in Brussels by the Eurozone finance ministers on 9 July, … Read more
Croatia’s association of tourist firms (HUT) and the national association of employers (HUP) said in a joint appeal to the Government in Zagreb to allow … Read more
EU-wide operation against counterfeit products, Law enforcement agencies in Malta involved in the operation
More than 4.7 million counterfeit products seized, over 16 400 social media accounts suspended and 3 300 websites closed in the EU-wide operation Aphrodite II … Read more
A ferry carrying almost 350 people is drifting in the Adriatic Sea after experiencing technical problems.
The ferry ‘Aurelia’ left the Italian city of Ancona … Read more
The Washington Post reports on the protest in the Croatian capital Zagreb by local journalists to protests curbing of media freedom in the country.
Hundreds … Read more
Quartz: “At Sunday’s final between France and Croatia, though, Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović was a literal bright spot in the crowd. Dressed in a red-and-white … Read more
FIFA.COm When a team reaches the FIFA World Cup™ Final, it is because they have overcome every obstacle and shown exceptional qualities, and in doing … Read more
FIFA.COM: The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Final is just around the corner, as 1998 winners France prepare to face first-time finalists Croatia at the … Read more
Why should France or Croatia win the World Cup?
Will it be France’s solidity which will beat the Croatian mental strength and character?
Will it … Read more