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Government pledges financing for projects in Rijeka, while local officials want a promise that they will try to save the shipbuilding industry. Defense Minister says arms deal with Israel is still on, despite US objections. Opposition MPs concerned about civilian safety agencies falling under the control of police and the military.
Interior minister refutes accusations by Human Rights Watch. Parliament debates move to group civil protection services. Draw held for qualification groups for under 21 European Football Championships.
Croatia's first president is honored with a towering statue in the capital on the 19th anniversary of his death. UN member states endorse global agreement on migration. Debating the government's minimum salary hike bill, opposition lawmaker 3,000 kuna net per month is still too low.
Interior Minister represents Croatia at adoption of Marrakesh Agreement in Morocco. MPs to debate declaration on the position of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday. State Statistics Bureau reports that 97 percent of Croatian companies use internet in their daily business.
Interior Minister says Marrakech Agreement will not stop Croatia from monitoring her borders. Citizens hold a protest in Split against signing of the Marrakesh Agreement. Filip Hrgović successfully defends his WBC International Heavyweight title.
Latest poll shows that the HDZ continues to lead in voter support. Defense Minister says Croatia will not have to pay extra for fighter jets. PM says former high representatives had eroded the rights of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
US is blocking arms deal between Israel and Croatia. Lawmakers pass pension reform that will push back the retirement age. Electric car manufacturer Rimac Automobili gets 30M euro loan from European Investment Bank.
USA refuses to approve Israeli sale of F-16's to Croatia. Parliament votes on proposed pension reforms. President on final day of stay in Sisak-Moslavina County.
Government holds cabinet session in Karlovac - presents a series of regional development projects. President strongly rejects accusation she is trying to topple the incumbent government. Opposition supports union demands for changes to proposed pension reforms.
Government holds session in Karlovac. President on tour of Sisak-Moslavina County. Police arrest two suspected war criminals in Vukovar.