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PM expects additional reports on last year's terrorist attack on government buildingPrime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Friday he expected additional reports from all security services about last year's terrorist attack on the government building in St Mark's Square in Zagreb, because he doubted that the attacker did not have any accomplices. 23.07.2021. | News
Croatia to toughen COVID restrictions along Adriatic coast as of MondayCroatia is introducing tougher COVID-19 restrictions in five coastal counties as of Monday, the head of the national coronavirus response team, Interior Minister Davor Božinović, announced at a press conference on Friday.  23.07.2021. | News
An additional €1m for businesses in quake-hit Sisak-Moslavina CountyThe government on Thursday decided to set aside an additional 7.6 million kuna for grants to micro and small businesses in Sisak-Moslavina County to help them to cope with the consequences of the 29 December devastating earthquake. 22.07.2021. | News
Budget situation relatively satisfactory but caution neededFinance Minister Zdravko Marić said on Thursday he was relatively happy with the current budget situation but said caution was necessary to prevent it from becoming complex. 22.07.2021. | News
On average, out of 100 hospitalized persons 94 were not fully vaccinated. Vaccine protects life!Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Thursday that after a period of decrease and stagnation, the past week saw a marked increase in the number of new cases of the coronavirus infection, and he called for caution, adding that additional restrictions are being introduced in the Adriatic region. 22.07.2021. | News
PM extends Kurban Bayram greetingsPrime Minister Andrej Plenković on Tuesday congratulated the head of the Islamic Community in Croatia, Mufti Aziz Hasanović, and all Islamic believers on Kurban Bayram, wishing that the Bayram days be filled with peace, health and joy. 20.07.2021. | News
Plenković, Čović talk current situation in Bosnia: equal representation of Croats common priorityCroatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on Tuesday received Dragan Čović, deputy chairman of the Bosnian Parliament's House of Peoples, for talks on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with special emphasis on achieving equality for its three constituent peoples. 20.07.2021. | News
We trust in our citizens' good judgment and we are confident many will get their jabsPrime Minister and HDZ leader Andrej Plenković on Monday called on everyone who had not been vaccinated yet to do so as sufficient amounts of vaccine had been provided and vaccination was the only possible long-term response to the pandemic, and epidemiological measures were ancillary measures. 19.07.2021. | News
Gov't will provide uninsured individuals with jabs free of chargePrime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Friday that Croatia had not yet achieved the target of sufficient number of people being vaccinated and warned of the spread of the Delta variant throughout Europe. 16.07.2021. | News
More new infections in Croatia, we should trust science and medicine to have a good tourist seasonOver the past week, Croatia registered 18% more coronavirus cases than the week before due to gatherings and the tourist season, the national COVID-19 crisis management team told a press conference on Friday. 16.07.2021. | News