Croatia must use the EU-Africa summit as an opportunity to improve Croatia-Africa economic relations, said Prime Minister Andrej Plenković . In the last month of its EU presidency, Austria is hosting the high ranking EU-Africa forum which brought together European and African political leaders.
Greek investor Petros Stathis has been visiting numerous institutions in order to complete the most luxurious tourist project in the Republic of Croatia, Amanresorts Cavtat, in Croatia’s southernmost county of Konavle which borders Montenegro.
On December 6, on the occasion of the Constitution Day, the Ambassador of Spain, H.E. Alonso Dezcallar hosted a reception at the Emerald Ballroom of Esplanade Hotel in Zagreb.
The business community is not satisfied with the pace of the reforms in Croatia, and it is necessary to expedite them reforms at all levels. For years, Germany has been Croatia‘s most important foreign trade partner and officially the fourth biggest foreign investor in Croatia after the Netherlands, Austria and Italy, with a total of 3.2 billion in direct investments since 1993, reminds Ralf Blomberg, President of the German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
The US Ambassador to Croatia, H.E. Mr William Robert Kohorst visited the company AquafilCRO on December 5th.
Following a heated debate with high-pitched tones, parliament on Friday passed a set of six pension reform bills.
There are a number of excellent examples of successfully doing business in Croatia for the benefit of both Croatia and Germany.
In his interview for the jubilee issue of Diplomacy&Commerce magazine and the special supplement, InFocus Germany, the newly appointed Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Croatia, H.E. Dr. Robert Klinke talks about the relations between the two countries, their advancement and joint plans under the auspices of the initiatives that the both countries are members of.
Dublin Airport has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair that it is to launch new services to the Croatian cities of Dubrovnik and Split in 2019.
The summit of the Central European Initiative (CEI),to be held in Zagreb on December 3-4, is the culmination of Croatia’s diplomatic efforts this year, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Marija Pejčinović Burić said on Sunday, ahead of a meeting of six prime ministers and other high-ranking officials focusing on security and economy. The summit, which is the final event of Croatia’s Central European Initiative presidency, will start with a dinner on Monday and last throughout Tuesday, when a business forum will be held.
On 28 November 2018, the Embassy of Romania in Zagreb organized in the Croatian Journalists House a reception to celebrate the National Day of Romania and the anniversary of the Centennial of the Great Union. Continue Reading →