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Plenkovic: True patriots want stronger Croatia in stronger EuropeAt last year's meetings of the European Council and the Council of Europe, the Croatian government continued to advocate and defend Croatian positions and priorities in all key aspects of European policies, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic told the Croatian parliament on Wednesday, rejecting criticisms from "quasi-sovereignists" that the government was sacrificing Croatian interests for the European Union. 16.01.2019. | News
Gov't open to suggestions about new subdivisions of Croatia for statistical purposes

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Tuesday held a meeting with representatives of the associations of Croatian counties, municipalities and cities for the talks on a new subdivision of Croatia for statistical purposes as envisaged by the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) developed and regulated by the European Union.

15.01.2019. | News
Croatia observing 27th anniversary of int'l recognition, 21th anniversary of peaceful reintegrationCroatia is observing today the 27th anniversary of its international recognition and the 21th anniversary of peaceful reintegration of its Danube region. 15.01.2019. | News
New statistical subdivision to redress injustice done in 2012, says ministerRegional Development and EU Funds Minister Gabrijela Zalac said on Tuesday that a proposal for a new spatial subdivision of Croatia would redress the injustice done in 2012 when the current NUTS2 subdivision was adopted. 15.01.2019. | News
79% of total EU funds allocation made available by end of 2018, minister saysRegional Development and EU Funds Minister Gabrijela Zalac said on Monday that EUR 2.9 billion was made available in 2018 through 152 tenders for the allocation of European Union funds, whereby 79% of the total EUR 10.7 billion has been made available. 14.01.2019. | News
Interior minister, businesses sign 22 contracts, worth HRK 135 millionFollowing public procurement tenders in the Ministry of the Interior, Minister Davor Bozinovic on Monday signed 22 contracts with Croatian business people pertaining to police equipment, speed surveillance and mine removal, worth more than HRK 135 million. 14.01.2019. | News
Gov't annuls decision on procurement of fighter jetsThe government on Monday unanimously put out of force a decision on the procurement of Israeli F-16 multipurpose fighter jets. 14.01.2019. | News
Economic co-operation further strengthens the friendly relations and alliances of Croatia and CanadaCroatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, who on Monday received Canadian Parliament Speaker Geoff Regan, said after the talks that  the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) offered an opportunity for Croatian businesses to deliver their goods and services on the Canadian market. 14.01.2019. | News
Gov't to propose more than 100 bills this yearThe Croatian government plans to propose 134 bills this year, including those adjusting laws to the European Union acquis and those that form part of the National Reform Programme, according to the Plan for Legislative Activities that was adopted at a cabinet meeting on Thursday. 10.01.2019. | News
FM says ambassador erred by attending Republika Srpska DayThe Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry had not been informed of the decision by the Croatian Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina to attend the celebration of Republika Srpska Day, Minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric told HRT broadcaster on Thursday, adding that Ambassador Del Vechio "had made a wrong call." 10.01.2019. | News