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President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović opens Croatian-German Economic Forum in Frankfurt. European Commission to withdraw from procedure proposal to put quotas on pilchard fishing in the Adriatic Sea. Leader of Croatian minority in Serbia says Belgrade is still not meeting its obligations with regard to minority rights. Still no cases of coronavirus in Croatia.
EU leaders summit ends with no compromise on long-term budget. Lawmakers clash over minority MPs amendments to census legislation. Croatia clears first hurdle in Eurobasket qualifications.
Plenary meeting of EU leaders postponed until further notice. Plenković says he is trying to achieve the best possible EU budget for Croatia. Prime Minister expects a new chief state prosecutor to be appointed by mid-April at the latest. President Milanović appoints the members of his team within the Office of the President.
Plenković and EU leaders gather in Brussels for negotiations on EU's Multiannual Financial Framework. Government forwards to parliament decision to relieve chief state prosecutor of duty. As of April 1st maternity and parental allowance to increase by more than 220 Euros.
Government adopts decision on former president's office. Parliament committee supports Robert Hranj as new Chief of General Staff. Minister concerned about quarantined ship in Japan with 5 Croats abroad.
Chief State Prosecutor Dražen Jelenić resigns over membership of the Freemasons. EU heads of state and finance ministers to discuss Multi-annual Financial Framework in Brussels tomorrow. Remains of five victims from Serbian aggression identified - Croatia still searching for 1500 listing as missing.
Justice Minister expects Freemason state attorney Jelenić to resign. First day of Zoran Milanović presidency. Dinamo coach Bjelica suspended for a month for insulting referee.
Zoran Milanović inaugurated as the fifth president of the Republic of Croatia. Finance Minister hosts ECOFIN conference in Brussels. Split hosting basketball tournament in June ahead of Tokyo Olympics.
Zoran Milanović is sworn in as Croatia's fifth president. Milanović pledges to be a constructive president and calls for solidarity. Two Croatians returning home after being quarantined in France because of the coronavirus.
Final preparations are under way for the inauguration of President-elect Zoran Milanović. Prime Minister Plenković meeting with EU officials as bloc negotiates 7 year budget. Defense Ministry signs 450 million kuna in procurement contracts with businesses.
Prime Minister discusses EU expansion and long-term budget in Brussels. Defense Ministry spends hundreds of millions on Croatian defense contracts. President-elect holds dress rehearsal ahead of Tuesday's inauguration.