Friday, 27 May 2022

Croatia

"The worst phase of the war is yet to come, according to what can be heard. The pressure on Europe will increase, on three fronts, energy security, defence spending and…
On Sunday, the Croatian Ministry of Internal Affairs presented a bilingual website that will provide daily data of importance to the displaced population of Ukraine and information for Croatian citizens…
The director of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, Krunoslav Capak, commented on the easing of measures imposed due to the pandemic that came into force this week. He commented…
The global financial ratings agency, Standard & Poor's, reaffirmed Croatia's 'BBB- / A-3' rating and stable outlook on Friday, highlighting global geopolitical uncertainty over Russia's aggression against Ukraine that could…
Croatia Airlines is going all out from Split this summer and has introduced five new seasonal lines from this Dalmatian coastal city. Split Airport was the busiest airport across the…
Not only has Croatia sent humanitarian aid and has opened the borders for up to 20,000 refugees but also fire-fighting equipment has been sent. The Croatian Firefighting Association (HVZ) has…
At a government session on Thursday, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković announced the easing of measures introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the beginning of the session, the Prime Minister…

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