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PM Plenkovic vows greater rewards for outstanding athletesThe awards given to Croatia's winning athletes will be raised by 100%, as it is appropriate and it is what the outstanding athletes deserve, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Saturday after the opening ceremony of the Junior World Championships 2017 in judo in Zagreb. 21.10.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic: Croatia is the one calling for dialogue the whole timeCroatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday that it would fair for Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar to stick by their agreement and come to Zagreb for talks on the disputed border arbitration, which were cancelled in late September after Plenkovic criticised Slovenia for disrespecting international law in an address at the UN Security Council. 19.10.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic replies to Cerar's letterPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Wednesday responded to a letter sent by his Slovenian counterpart Miro Cerar by inviting him to visit Zagreb for talks on all outstanding issues, including the border dispute, the Office of the Croatian Prime Minister said in a press release. 18.10.2017. | News
Croatian PM writes to EC president, Bosnian PM about Peljesac BridgeThe construction of the Peljesac Bridge is a lasting solution to the Croatian and European territorial discontinuity at the Neum corridor and in that process, Bosnia and Herzegovina's legitimate interests will remain intact, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in a letter to the European Commission president and Bosnia and Herzegovina officials. 18.10.2017. | News
Government sends to parliament bill banning unfair trade practicesThe government at its session on Wednesday, on the anniversary of its first year in office, forwarded to parliament the final bill banning unfair trade practices in the food supply chain. 18.10.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic submitted the Annual Report on the Work of the GovernmentThis was one of the most challenging years for Croatia since the end of the Homeland War, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in parliament on Wednesday while submitting the Annual Report on the Work of the Government on the eve of the government's first anniversary. 18.10.2017. | News
PM says gov't behaves responsibly in connection with AgrokorFollowing the first arrests in the Agrokor case, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Monday he would not comment on the ongoing process conducted by the police and the Chief State Prosecutor's Office, adding that for the last ten months, namely since it became clear that the situation in the debt-laden private conglomerate was not good, the government has behaved responsibly. 16.10.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic expects restructuring, settlement from emergency administration in AgrokorPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday that after the release of audit reports he expected the emergency administration in Agrokor to continue the restructuring of the retail and food group in cooperation with creditors and a settlement to be reached. 12.10.2017. | News
Minister expects EUR 350 million of investments in health tourismTourism Minister Gari Cappelli said on Thursday that the entry into force of the law on providing tourism services had paved the way to investments worth EUR 350 million in health tourism projects, which raised the total tourism investment in 2018 to nearly EUR 1.3 billion. 12.10.2017. | News
Statement of the Prime Minister PlenkovicPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Wednesday underscored that the mystery concerning certain meetings and who spoke with whom with regard to Agrokor is not important and what is important is that, with the adoption of the law on the emergency administration, it is important to talk about restructuring and reaching settlements and that creditors too have to contribute to finding a sustainable solution for the corporation. 11.10.2017. | News