The temporary creditor council unanimously accepted the settlement. Now the settlement goes to the Commercial Court. A meeting of Prime Minister Andreja Plenković with the extraordinary trustee Fabris Peruško, his deputy Irena Weber, and representatives of the Provisional Trust Council and the Association of Suppliers were held in Banjaluka.
At the Assembly of Gorenje Shareholders, held at the beginning of the week, a six-member administration was appointed, in which the old members of Drago Bahun and Žiga Debeljak will be sitting next to the former man of Franjo Bobinac, and Stanka Pejanovic, Tomas Korošec and Saša Marković will join them.
On Wednesday, June 13th, at the residence of the British Ambassador in Vienna, a reception was held on the occasion of the celebration of the 92nd birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. Robert Leigh Turner, the UK Ambassador in Austria, made many well-known officials laugh when he joked at the beginning of the speech and thanked the guests for coming to the “Garden Party”.
At the residence of the British Ambassador in Zagreb, H.E. Andrew Stuart Dalgleish, hold reception to celebrate a birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The reception was attended by a large number of guests from political, public and cultural life as well as members of the diplomatic corps.
June 6th the National Day of Sweden was marked in Zagreb, but it was also the farewell party of the current ambassador Lars Schmidt. For the next issue of Diplomacy&Commerce magazine, the ambassador has given an exclusive interview.
On Monday, 04 June, the National Day of Italy – The Day of the Republic of Italy was held on the luxurious terrace of Hotel Esplanada Zagreb. Italian Ambassador to Croatia H.E. Adriano Chiodi Cianfarani reminded of the good relations between the two countries and the same European values.
The Swiss Embassy in cooperation with the aMore festival opened the famous exhibition „OUT TO SEA“ for the first time in Zagreb.
It is a mutual project between the aMORE festival, which was established last year in Poreč and is completely dedicated to the sea and its protection, and the Swiss Embassy in Zagreb. The Studentski centar and the City of Zagreb are its main partners. The exhibition is set up at the French Pavilion of the Student Center in Zagreb and will last until June 10th.
Our advantages are accommodating customers, security, flexibility and fast decision-making. Nevertheless, despite a very competitive market, we are continuously recording significant growth in all segments and are looking to expand.
Although it has been operating on a significantly saturated market, KentBank has managed to find its niche and strategy which sets it apart from its competitors. The bank’s first prominent feature is its devotion to customers’ needs and the second, the ability to be a point where a growing interest of Turkish companies for Croatia and vice versa meet. Ivo Bilić, Chairman of the Managing Board of KentBank, is also proud of the new technological features that are enabling customers to handle banking operations in a highly advanced way.
For us, Croatia is a country of friendship. Hence, through our projects, we want to contribute to our good bilateral relations, improve lives of our beneficiaries, and bring smile to their faces.
TIKA’s office opened on 1st March, 2016 and since then, has been operating under the Turkish Embassy in Zagreb. During the past two years, TIKA’s activities have helped Turkey and Croatia to rediscover a deep common heritage says Haşim Koç, Coordinator at the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) .
Family Mamic, the proud Rolex partner for 40 years now, presented the latest models of Rolex watches in Zagreb, which had their premiere at Baselworl, the world’s fair and jewelry fair every year held in Basel, Switzerland. In the new collection, available in the Boutique Mamić 1970, there are 52 Rolex models, most notable models of GMT-Master II, Datejust, Deepsea, Day-Date and Yacht-Master.