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Croatian and Czech PMs meet to discuss European and bilateral issues
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković met with his Czech counterpart Andrej Babis in Prague on Monday evening, discussing ongoing negotiations on the multiannual EU budget, strengthening economic cooperation and trade between the two countries, enlargement of the Schengen area, migration, and the priorities of the forthcoming Croatian presidency of the EU. 04.11.2019. | News
PM, Zagreb mayor satisfied with meeting
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic and Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandic said on Monday they were pleased with a meeting at which they had talked about the capital's zoning plan, but did not say if city councillors from Plenkovic's HDZ party would back the plan and MPs from Bandic's party the state budget. 04.11.2019. | News
FM: Support to neighbouring countries' European future guarantee of Croatia's security
Southeast Europe is one of the priorities of Croatia's presidency of the EU in the first half of 2020 because Southeast European countries deserve a European future and Croatia must lend a hand, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said on Monday, noting that support to Southeast Europe also guaranteed Croatia's security.
04.11.2019. | News
Zagreb University marks 350th anniversary
The central event marking the 350th anniversary of Zagreb University was held in Zagreb on Sunday evening, with speakers at the ceremony, including representatives of the state authorities and the academic community, being unanimous in their description of Zagreb University as a central, autonomous national institution and a guardian of the Croatian national identity. 03.11.2019. | News
PM: Croatia moves up on Doing Business ranking, further steps needed
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday that Croatia had achieved progress in the latest World Bank (WB) 'Doing Business' study, adding, however, that it is necessary to take further steps to improve various aspects of doing business so that based on varied criteria the country could climb even higher up the ladder. 28.10.2019. | News
PM for raising citizens' trust in unbiased, independent judiciary
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Friday it was necessary to raise citizens' trust in the judiciary which, despite positive steps and a reduction in the number of unsolved cases, still was not at a level everyone would assess as satisfactory. 25.10.2019. | News
EU will face migrations better with Croatia as member of Schengen Area
European Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos told a news conference at the government offices in Zagreb on Wednesday that with Croatia as a member of the Schengen Area, the EU could face migration and security challenges better. 23.10.2019. | News