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Croatian Prime Minister attends 50th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković hopes May EU summit in Zagreb will be an opportunity to unblock North Macedonia's EU accession process. Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Zdravko Marić chairs meeting of EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Council in Brussels.
World Economic Forum in Davos opens with focus on climate change. Activists alleged bank pressured courts in Swiss francs loans case. It was a good day for Croatian players at the Australian Open; all are through to the next round.
European lawmakers debate key issues and cooperation among parliaments at COSAC chairs meeting in Zagreb. Croatia marks 27th anniversary of Operation Maslenica. Croatia beats the Czech Republic, adding a sixth consecutive win to European Handball Championships campaign.
Croatia hosts meeting of parliamentary committees for union affairs. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković says it is unfair for Albania and North Macedonia's accession negotiations to be put on hold. Croatian commissioner proposes opening the Conference on the Future of Europe in Dubrovnik. European bishops stress the importance of protecting the freedom of religion in the EU.
Croatia hosts meeting of COSAC, the EU body that coordinates cooperation among member states' parliaments. A new transparency tool is helping curb money laundering in the EU. Croatia stuns Germany to book a ticket to the semifinals of the European Handball Championships.
Andrej Plenković leads series of party events, pledging to step up the fight against crime. In wake of Split shooting, Interior Minister Božinović says security perception has declined, but city is safe. Rijeka unveils plans for grand opening ceremony for its tenure as 2020 European Capital of Culture.
People's Party Education Minister Blaženka Divjak survives no-confidence vote. Andrej Plenković rejects criticism from the right that the HDZ has become too liberal under his leadership. Croatia opens natural gas compressor station, a move government says will improve energy security.
Education Minister survives vote of no-confidence. PM opens Croatia's first gas compressor station. Croatian water polo team beats Montenegro at European Championships.
Prime Minister in Berlin on working visit to Germany. Three-hundred-million kuna state guarantee for Đuro Đaković. Croatia beats Austria at the European Handball Championships in Vienna.
Government greenlights loan guarantees to bail out Đuro Đaković. Air quality in the capital dips below recommended levels sparing concern among citizens. PM Plenković is in Berlin meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel.