A celebration of 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence was held on 12 November at Croatian Academy Glyptotheque Museum in the heart of Zagreb.
We have resolved open issues with three of Slovenia’s neighbours, which has resulted in excellent relations with these countries. We want to achieve the same with Croatia. The inability and unwillingness to act constructively and with respect in closing open issues is casting a shadow over our relations.The primary goal of Slovenia’s foreign policy is to ensure peace, security and prosperity, as well as to work towards a strong European Union and a well functioning multilateral system, says H.E. Ms Smiljana Knez, Slovenian Ambassador.
The Club’s vision is that development of one neighbour is beneficial to the other. The Club wants to encourage the establishment of links between businesses and other important economic policy stakeholders, and their mutual dialogue with the view of treating each other as friends, associates and partners in the end and establishing trust.
In March this year, the Swedish Business Club (SBC) was formally founded by nine Swedish companies operating in Croatia (ABB, Astra Zeneca, Bisnode, Ericsson Nikola Tesla, IKEA, Oriflame, Saab, Securitas and Tele2) in cooperation with the Swedish Embassy and the Swedish Trade Council of Business Sweden.
The president of the club was chosen by Katarina Fulir, Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Social Responsibility and Security Sector at Tele2.
The relations between Azerbaijan and Croatia are intensifying and I’m pleased to say that further expansion is under way, along with the excellent political relations and the relations in other segments. I am confident that our cooperation in economy and trade will develop further in the nearest future.
The desire for change and dealing with our reality can be deduced from the performances of the Zagreb Youth Theatre (ZYT), because we are going through personal dramas as a result of social developments. At the same time, when creating a diverse, exciting, quality theatre, we have to fight with the administration and strive to be self-sustaining.
After the exceptional exhibiton called “The Sixties in Croatia”, the Museum of Arts and Crafts, which is one of the oldest European museums of applied arts and the oldest art museum in Croatia, is preparing new surprises for 2019 and 2020 when it will celebrate its 140th anniversary. Artistically and financially, the Museum’s work can be sometimes characterized as borderline miraculous.
The EU energy policy, especially in the field of transport, the EU defense policy, that has been intensifying over the last few years, and the EU’s enlargement policy are the key issues I have dealt with during my tenure and I would like to continue working on them. However, my candidacy depends on the political party Glas of which I am a member.
“The European project is extremely important and despite its weaknesses, it has accomplished serious results“, says Jozo Radoš, a member of the European Parliament, who is not reluctant to deal with a number of interesting and complex topics in his next term.
The Croatian National Tourist Board has opened in Shanghai the office that will cover large and for Croatian tourism a strategically important market for China. Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic was officially opened in front of numerous guests, in the presence of Director of Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Stanic, President of the Croatian Chamber of Economy, Luke Burilovic, and Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to NR Kine Nebojsa Koharovic.
Tourism is an excellent example of how our two countries can work together. We are very sucessful in our joint approach to remote markets, under the common slogan »Experience Croatia, Feel Slovenia«. Now, we are jointly targetting China.
“Is it safe to say that the Slovenian economy is now stable and charging ahead?” we asked Zdravko Počivalšek, the Slovenian Economy Minister. In short, the answer was “yes”. Back on track to convergence with more developed Member States, Slovenia has been moving towards an inclusive society in the last few years. While many indicators look promising, there is still room for improvement in research and development, innovation, and digitalisation, which are the key long-term factors of productivity growth, says the minister.