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PM Plenkovic: We must not fall into the trap of multi-speed Europe
Croatia should be very careful about the idea of a multi-speed Europe and must not fall into this trap, but needs to keep it open so that the EU would not become an exclusive directory of the five most influential members which will then make decisions for everyone about everything, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday at a conference about the future of the European Union. 22.03.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic says important to secure liquidity and quality restructuring plan for Agrokor
PM Plenkovic said that the government was taking the situation in the troubled Agrokor food concern very seriously and responsibly, underscoring that the most important thing was to ensure the company's liquidity and draw up a quality restructuring plan and a plan for sustainable business activities of the concern which employs 60,000 people. 22.03.2017. | News
Prime Minister meets with hoteliers
The government has great understanding for the development of tourism and the hotel industry and will do everything to improve that segment's competitiveness and to extend the positive tourism-investment climate, PM Plenkovic said on Friday. 20.03.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic: Cooperation within ruling coalition is goodPM Andrej Plenkovic said that the cooperation between the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), and the Bridge party was good, adding that Deputy Prime Minister and Public Administration Minister Ivan Kovacic (Bridge) had neither offered his resignation nor had it been a topic of any discussions. 14.03.2017. | News PM Plenkovic: Investors have recognised favourable trends in Croatia
PM Plenkovic said that investors had recognised favourable economic trends and messages of stability and seriousness, which had made it possible for Croatia to obtain favourable loans on the international market and resulted in an improved outlook regarding the country's credit rating.
14.03.2017. | News
PM Plenkovic expects consensus on Tusk's re-election
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Thursday expressed hope that a consensus would be reached about the re-election of the current European Council President Donald Tusk despite some opposition from his homeland, Poland. 10.03.2017. | News