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HDZ claims its coalition with Mayor Bandić's party is unshaken after HDZ shoots down Mayor's general plan for the capital. The European Commission reprimands Croatia for failing to file energy efficiency report. Finance Minister says higher excise taxes on hard liquor, tobacco and sugary drinks will have minor effect on prices of products.
Government's special council meets to plan steps in starting earthquake reconstruction effort. Tuesday's phone network outage raises safety and security questions. Parliament Speaker Jandroković and Deputy Speaker Reiner self-isolating after exposure to Covid-19.
213 new coronavirus cases in Croatia. Council for reconstruction following earthquake holds first session. Discontinuation of visas for travelling to USA on the horizon.
Prime Minister in Rijeka for 3.Maj ship launch. US Ambassador lobbies government for F-16 fighter jet purchase. Education Minister in Brussels for Competitiveness Council meeting.
Parliament Committee to look into leakage of information in JANAF investigation. 135 new coronavirus cases in Croatia. US embassy sets up F-16 simulator at Zagreb University.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković meets with Bosnian leaders to discuss the rights of Bosnian Croats. Slovenia eases coronavirus travel restrictions for some Croatian counties. 30th Animafest festival of animated film opens in Zagreb.
Prime Minister attends commemoration for war crimes victims in Varivode. 48 new cases of coronavirus in Croatia. Marin Čilić eliminated in first round of Roland Gaross.
SDP set for runoff election next Saturday. Split-Dalmatia County marks World Tourism Day. Boxer Filip Hrgović extends professional record to 11:0.
Peđa Grbin and Željko Kolar advance to second round run-off election for SDP leader. Media reports that Administration Ministry will decide on Krešo Beljak's status as HSS party leader. Public bickering between President Zoran Milanović and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković over JANAF affair continues.
SDP holds internal party elections. Croatian airports see 90 percent decline in traffic. Veterans' minister announces legislation for civilian victims of the Homeland War.
SDP party delegates vote on a new party leadership and replacement for Davor Bernardić. HSS denies media reports that Krešo Beljak has been ousted as party president. Coronavirus has resulted in a 90% reduction in passenger traffic at Croatian airports.