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PM: Retail turnover shifts from non-working days to working daysWith changes to the Commerce Act entering into force on 1 January this year, retail turnover has shifted from non-working days to working days, as evidenced by Tax Administration data on the number and value of invoices issued, PM Andrej Plenković said at the start of a government session today. 11.01.2024. | News
PM calls for enabling Serbia Croats to enjoy same rights as ethnic Serbs in CroatiaThe government advocates the same rights for the Croats in Serbia as the rights which the Serbs enjoy in Croatia, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said at a traditional Christmas Eve reception which the Serb National Council (SNV) held in Zagreb today. 06.01.2024. | News
PM: Croatian Air Force will be strongest in area between Germany and GreeceThe Croatian Air Force will be the strongest in the area between Germany and Greece with multi-purpose Rafale fighter jets purchased from France, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said in Paris today. 05.01.2024. | News
PM: Salary increases expected in the next three monthsPrime Minister Andrej Plenković said today that salary increases can be expected in the next three months, adding that salaries are already increasing now, in February for January, after the tax reform comes into force. 03.01.2024. | News
With the strong support of Croatia, the European Council will open negotiations with BIH after the EC's progress reportPrime Minister Plenković reported today in Brussels that an agreement was reached on the opening of accession negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova, and that Georgia received candidate status. With Croatia's strong commitment, the European Council will open negotiations with Bosnia and Herzegovina after the European Commission prepares a progress report in March. 14.12.2023. | News
Plenković: Climate change alarms are ringing louder than ever; we must all act without delay"It is now clear that we can no longer reach the initial goal of the Paris Agreement to keep global warming below 1.5°C. Without a radical shift, the cumulative CO2 emission, which inevitably leads to a warming of 2°C, will be reached in two decades,'' Prime Minister Plenković asserted today in his speech at the UN conference on climate change, warning of catastrophic consequences for the entire world if it is not prevented. He called for intensified efforts to keep global warming below 2°C, recalling that the richest 10% of the world are responsible for half of CO2 emissions, while the poorest half of humanity creates only 8% of emissions. "More than ever, we must act without delay and in proportion to our impact on global warming," he said. 02.12.2023. | News
Plenković: Croatian IHRA presidency advanced the common mission of preserving the memory of the HolocaustWhen it began its presidency of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), Croatia clearly pointed out that, as the last witnesses of the Holocaust leave us, the whole world must decide what the future of global Holocaust remembrance, education and research will be without them, said Prime Minister Plenković today at the Zagreb IHRA Plenum. 30.11.2023. | News
Italy is Croatia's first trade partner, excellent cooperation between the two countriesIn Zagreb, prime ministers Plenković and Meloni discussed, among other things, bilateral and economic relations between Croatia and Italy, illegal migration, temporary border controls and the expansion of the European Union. 17.11.2023. | News
Plenković and Michel: It is important to strengthen European sovereignty and securityPrime Minister Andrej Plenković hosted a working dinner attended by President of the European Council Charles Michel, Prime Minister of the Italian Republic Giorgia Meloni, Prime Minister of the Republic of Malta Robert Abela and Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki. 16.11.2023. | News
Azerbaijan is strategically important for Croatia; we continue with energy and economic cooperationPrime Minister Andrej Plenković is on an official visit to Azerbaijan. With President Ilham Aliyev, Prime Minister Ali Asadov and Parliament Speaker Sahiba Gafarova, he discussed economic cooperation, increasing the presence of Croatian companies on the Azerbaijani market, the mediation of the European Union in reaching a peace agreement with Armenia, and Croatian assistance in demining Azerbaijan. 06.11.2023. | News