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Government focuses on major infrastructure development projects in northern Krapina Zagorje County. SDP has enough signatures to get a no-confidence motion against Minister Divjak on parliament's agenda. Croatians consume a poor diet and smoke too much, according to the EU's latest State of Health report.
Government cabinet session held in Krapina. Opposition moves to vote no confidence in Minister Divjak. Croatian Football Federation ready to introduce VAR technology.
President of European Parliament David Sassoli visits Zagreb ahead of Croatia's EU presidency. Sassoli and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković say EU's financial framework is a key upcoming challenge. State Election Commission approves 11 candidates to run in December 22nd presidential election.
State Election Commission announces presidential candidate list. President of the European Parliament David Sassoli on visit to Zagreb. Opposition proposes changes to presidential election law.
NATO summit wraps up in London. Investment conference expects double the investments compared to last year. Opposition SDP calls for vote of no confidence in Education Minister.
The presidential hopefuls have handed in their petitions. So, who will be on the ballot? NATO leaders reaffirm commitment to the alliance despite tense start to summit. Did Croatian police deport two Nigerian students mistaken for illegal migrants?
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković leads Croatian delegation to NATO summit in London. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović submits signatures for December 22nd presidential election. Teachers and students return to school following 36 day strike.
Candidates submit candidacies for presidential elections. Classes begin in schools following longest strike ever in Croatia. Croatia ranks poorly on OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment.
Government and school unions reach a compromise ending school strike. Customs union following in the footsteps of teachers. Zagreb to host some of the world's top figure skaters at the Golden Spin this week.
Negotiations between government and teachers unions continue. Croatia to spend 9.4 billion Kuna on defense in 2024. Deadline to submit signatures for presidential elections expires at midnight on Tuesday. Earthquake in Herzegovina felt in Dalmatia.