#EU2019 -Third time’s not the charm for EU’s newest member Croatia

By |maj 17th, 2019|Andrej Plenković, Croatia, Neven Mimica, News|

Ever since Croatia joined the EU in July 2013, its membership has been so uneventful that it was almost invisible. Sadly, the same can be said for the EU's presence in Croatia.

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Migrants block Bosnian border, scuffle with Croatian police

By |oktober 25th, 2018|Andrej Plenković, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, News, refugee crisis|

Several people were injured on Wednesday (24 October) as migrants demanding to cross Bosnia's northwestern border threw stones at Croatian police who responded by firing teargas and using batons to push them back, a Reuters photographer at the scene said.

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Is Croatia ready to join the eurozone?

By |september 14th, 2018|Andrej Plenković, Croatia, ERM II, News|

Croatia's possible entry into the eurozone has become the subject of much talk among economic and political leaders over the past two years, as well as everyday citizens. EURACTIV Croatia reports.

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Croatia’s deputy PM resigns over Agrokor debt crisis

By |maj 14th, 2018|Agrokor, Andrej Plenković, Croatia, News|

Croatia's deputy prime minister resigned on Monday (14 Monday), after pressure from coalition partners and the public about her alleged conflict of interest in the restructuring of the country's biggest private company, the debt-laden food and retail c...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Croatia’s deputy PM resigns over Agrokor debt crisis

Croatia accelerates plans for joining the eurozone

By |maj 11th, 2018|Andrej Plenković, Croatia, News|

Croatia's government began to think in earnest about joining the eurozone on Thursday (10 May) when it adopted a new strategy that targets switching to the single currency within five to seven years. But opposition forces claim that it is not in Croati...

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Croatia’s gas import dreams continue to prove controversial

By |marec 30th, 2018|Andrej Plenković, China, Croatia, LNG, Maroš Šefčovič, Miguel Arias Cañete, News, PCI list|

Croatia’s long-held plan to import liquified natural gas and become an EU energy hub has moved forward this year. But problems persist, even after a government-appointed committee said an LNG terminal would have no negative impact on the environment or economy of the island of Krk. EURACTIV reports from Croatia.

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Croatia’s Agrokor crisis worsens as crisis manager quits

By |februar 21st, 2018|Agrokor, Andrej Plenković, Croatia, News|

A prolonged crisis in Croatia's top employer, food and retail concern Agrokor, took another dramatic twist on Wednesday (21 February) as its government-appointed caretaker manager stepped down and the Zagreb Stock Exchange suspended trade in all Agroko...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Croatia’s Agrokor crisis worsens as crisis manager quits

Croatia’s media freedom in jeopardy as delegation returns for second visit

By |januar 26th, 2018|Andrej Plenković, Bulgaria, Bulgarian Presidency, Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, media freedom, News, press freedom, Tihomir Oreskovic, World Press Freedom index|

The issue of media freedom in Croatia has earned the EU's newest member the dubious honour of being visited twice in as many years by a team of press freedom organisation representatives. Upon return, they said the situation has improved but serious co...

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Most EU hopefuls might not be ready to join before 2050, study finds

By |november 6th, 2017|Albania, Andrej Plenković, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Jean-Claude Juncker, Macedonia, Montenegro, News, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Serbia, Turkey, Western Balkans|

A new study looking into the practical, legal and technical aspects of further EU expansion has concluded that only one country, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, could meet the criteria for joining the bloc before 2023.

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PM says Croatia wants to adopt euro within 7-8 years

By |oktober 30th, 2017|Andrej Plenković, Eurozone, eurozone enlargement, News|

The European Union's latest member Croatia aims to adopt the euro within the next seven to eight years, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Monday (30 October).

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