A group of citizens and the "Croatian Rampart" civil initiative staged a protest under the slogan "Stop the Marrakech Agreement" in Split today.
Representatives from more than 100 countries will gather in Marrakech, Morocco on Monday and Tuesday for the adoption of the UN Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular migration.
PM slams three former high representatives for eroding the rights of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Three former high representatives to Bosnia and Herzegovina have sent a letter to Brussels in which they claim that Croatia is continuously meddling in that country's internal affairs.
According to the latest Cro Demoskop opinion poll the HDZ has a lead of more than 11% over its closest rivals, the SDP.
The so-called Amsterdam Coalition, a newly-formed union between the GLAS, HSS, and IDS parties, has come together to make a run at the European Parliament.
- Government holds session in Karlovac
- Marić says he will contest the Conflict of Interest Commission's findings
- State budget for 2019 adopted in parliament
- PM slams three former high representatives for eroding the rights of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Opposition leader meets with union representatives over pension reforms
- The Cultural and Natural Heritage of Nin
We all know how much Croatians love to point out how awesome they are at sports. But let’s be honest, the mind-boggling success that Croatia achieved in 2018 would make any country in the world proud.
I spent some time in Prague recently and it got me thinking about some - perhaps unfair - comparisons between Zagreb and Croatia as a whole.
I’ve never had a permanent job in my life, so, naturally, there’s pretty much everything about them that’s foreign to me.
I let a lot of things go unsaid because actions speak louder than words. I always assumed that by living in Croatia it was a clear sign that I wanted to be here.