Opening Thursday’s cabinet session the Croatian Prime Minister condemned in the strongest possible terms the incident in Serbia and made clear that he wanted a strong reaction from Belgrade.
Croatia’s top tennis player is through to the 3rd round of play at the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Monte Carlo.
The European Commission has proposed that identity cards carried by EU citizens should have digital images of the holder’s fingerprints saved on a chip embedded in the card. The proposal is part of an effort to crack down on fake documents used by terrorists and criminals.
Croatia sent a written response to the European Commission on Tuesday after Slovenia filed a complaint, claiming Croatia’s refusal to recognize the arbitration ruling in the border dispute between the two countries was in violation of EU law.
Croatian members of European Parliament Marijana Petir and Ruža Tomašić have sent a question to the European Commission asking if it intends to intervene due to threats made by Serbian Radical Party representative Vojislav Šešelj and react to the fact that Šešelj, a convicted war criminal, is a member of the Serbian Assembly.
- Petir and Tomašić address European Commission because of Šešelj
- Croatia condemns the use of chemical weapons and supports the allies
- Government picks Cvitan's deputy for top attorney job
- Croatia and Canada celebrate 25 years of diplomatic relations
- Prime Minister presents report to MPs on European Council meeting
- Veterans’ radio station to be launched in Osijek soon
The nice spring weather has got me thinking more about all the wonderful outdoorsy and culturally-rich things that one can get up to in the Croatian capital.
This week’s post will focus on one particular phrase: If it works, it works. This is such a famous set of words in Croatian (Ako prodje, prodje) that it’s simply known as APP.
Riding a bicycle is a great way of getting around. So naturally, when I first arrived in Croatia I expected a lot more bike-friendliness. Yes, there are many people who ride bikes around Zagreb, but, all things considered, bike riding in the Croatian capital isn’t exactly a match made in heaven.
It’s amazing to experience different cultures. It truly is something special when you get to live in a society that is not your own, so as to bear witness to unique cultural mores endemic to a specific country.
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