Croatians will choose their next prime minister in a parliamentary election on Sunday (5 July) pitting conservative incumbent Andrej Plenković against the centre-left opposition leader Davor Bernardić.
Ruling party Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ, EPP) is having big plans for their very popular health minister Vili Beroš, but the party is yet to determine the position it has reserved for the country's most popular minister.
Serbia's foreign affairs ministry had sent North Macedonia's chargé d'affaires in Belgrade a protest note for printing and publishing a postal stamp displaying a map of the Independent State of Croatia.
Croatia's conservative ruling party will seek a parliamentary election during the summer depending on the evolution of the coronavirus outbreak, one of its top officials said on Tuesday (5 May).
In the midst of its EU Council presidency, Croatia turned to the UAE and China for medical help, forgetting its current leadership role as the presiding country that should spur member states into coordinated action, writes Oriana Ivković Novokmet.
Croatia's President Zoran Milanovic walked away from a state wreath-laying ceremony on Friday (1 May) in protest at a Nazi-era slogan worn by one of the participants, exposing once again deep divisions in the EU's newest member.
Civil society organisations have been badly hit by the COVID-19 crisis. In Croatia the earthquake on 22 March increased the burden for NGOs and charities. Cvjetana Plavsa-Matic, urges the EU to reflect the needs of NGOs and charities in the COVID-19 ba...
As the total of infections has now grown to 32 and there have still been no fatalities as of Saturday (14 March), according to the government's website with no fatalities, the country has decided to close its schools for two weeks.
Bulgaria has delayed until July its plans to join the ERM2 Exchange Rate Mechanism, also known as the eurozone "waiting room", Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said Friday (21 February).
Bosnian police scuffled on Saturday (15 February) with hundreds of migrants who tried to break out of an overcrowded camp during a protest over conditions at the facility and their treatment by authorities in nearby Croatia. The Miral camp lies...