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Six European health ministers rule out border closure over COVID-19Croatian Health Minister Vili Beros said in Rome on Tuesday after a meeting with his counterparts from France, Switzerland, Slovenia, Austria and Italy, that travel advisories would be standardised in the aftermath of the outbreak of COVID-19 in some regions, however, shutting down the borders was ruled out. 25.02.2020. | News
Croatia braces for COVID-19 as first case is confirmedCroatia's authorities reported on Tuesday afternoon the first patient diagnosed with the novel COVID-19 virus who is being treated in Zagreb, while one more suspected case of this infection is in Rijeka. 25.02.2020. | News
Coronavirus Crisis Team introduces new measuresAs of Sunday night, Croatia has introduced health checks for people coming from the Veneto and Lombardy regions in Italy in an effort to prevent the coronavirus, and measures for people arriving from China or South Korea are still in force, the Health Ministry's Crisis Team said on Monday. 24.02.2020. | News
We oppose any form of hate speech and aggressionThe government on Monday condemned the burning of an effigy of a same-sex couple with a child during carnival in the southern town of Imtoski, saying that "judging" minorities in Croatian society is not in the carnival spirit or satire nor is it traditional, entertaining or in the spirit of Croatian and European values. 24.02.2020. | News
Plenkovic and Johnson want to strengthen relationsCroatia and Great Britain wish to continue strengthening mutual relations and to increase trade as well as strengthen cooperation in the area of security and defence, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said after meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London on Monday . 24.02.2020. | News
Plenkovic says EU will try to hammer out deal on future ties with UK in next monthsPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, who arrived in London on Sunday evening, said that in the next several months the European Union would try to reach agreement with Great Britain on the future relations, however, he admitted his skepticism about finding a compromise in such a short period of time. 23.02.2020. | News
Plenkovic says is trying to make sure that MFF is favourable to CroatiaPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic would not say on Friday morning whether the ongoing EU summit would result in a compromise on the 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). 21.02.2020. | News
Government sends bill on maternity allowance to parliamentThe government also sent a final draft bill on maternity and parental allowances to parliament. 20.02.2020. | News
Croatian PM: Most leaders coming to summit with constructive approach to MFFPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in Brussels on Thursday that he believed the majority of EU leaders were coming to the extra-ordinary summit on the multi-annual budget with a constructive approach but that it was not possible to determine how long the meeting would last. 20.02.2020. | News
Gov't welcomes HEP decision to reduce gas pricesThe government on Tuesday welcomed a decision by the national electricity provider HEP to reduce the wholesale price of gas by 8.1%, saying that it will lead to a reduction of costs for numerous families. 19.02.2020. | News