On the occasion of the Day of the Fall of Bastille in the garden of the Embassy of France in Kalemegdan, Belgrade, the editorial staff of the magazine “Diplomacy & Commerce” staged a photo shooting of the Croatian Ambassador H. E. Gordan Bakota and French Ambassador H. E. Frederic Mondoloni.
The 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Croatia and Japan gives a lot of opportunities for further deepening of the bilateral, economic and cultural ties between our two countries.
Japan recognized Croatia as an independent state in March 1992 when Croatia joined the United Nations and this year – 2018 – is the year that marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between two countries which took place in March 1993, reminds H.E. Keiji Takiguchi, Japanese Ambassador to Croatia
HOK President Dragutin Ranogajec said he has faith in the craftsmanship recovery and reminded of the necessity of partnerships of all those in the economy. The Academy was also held under the auspices of President Kolinda Grabar – Kitarović.
At the headquarters of PBZ, an Electoral Assembly of the Association of Italian Entrepreneurs in Croatia was held in Zagreb.President Cvečić Bole, in his latest speech as President, presented the work of UTPUH to members, from which there is a clear growth, both in the number of members and in activities and finances.The Assembly has also elected new 9 members of the Steering Committee which will run the Association for next two years.
The countdown to EXIT festival, twice a winner of the “Best Major European Festival” award, is on, with over 1000 music stars set to perform at more than 30 festival stages from 12 to 15 July at colossal and unique Petrovaradin Fortress (biggest of its kind in Europe) in Novi Sad, Serbia. One of the greatest ballet stars of our time – Sergei Polunin will perform on the Main Stage for the grand opening ceremony of 18th festival edition. His unique EXIT performance, inspired by the theme of this year’s festival, will be one of those steps into the non-classical scenic expression: “Freedom is what we should all be heading towards. Feeling of freedom is the essence for me and taking part in Exit is about being free”, said Polunin.
„We want to show that there is a serious opposition in Croatia and a serious political alternative that can act against populism and rightist radicalism.
We are committed to Croatia that respects the equality of all its citizens, fosters creativity and entrepreneurship, and supports the weak and disenchanted“ says Anka Mrak Taritaš, the head of the political alliance Glas.
The aim of the reform we are implementing is to align education with the needs of the labour market and to establish a better link between businesses and educational system which is the basis for competitiveness in the era of industry 4.0.
I am confident that we can create an environment for change by ourselves – says Blaženka Divljak, the Republic of Croatia’s Minister of Education, who is in charge of some of the biggest changes in the country’s educational system.
On Wednesday June 27th, on the premises of the Association of Blind Persons Zagreb and Sfera Visia, Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency – TIKA donated equipment for the production of liquid soap to the Association of Blind Persons Zagreb. The equipment included a large and small production boiler, a machine for packing a finished product, and a grinding mill for the soap base.
The Hotel’s Supervisory Board has given its approval to the conclusion of the Agreement on the Termination of the Contract on the Appointment of the Chairman of the Managing Board of the Company, from 1st October, 2011, with Mr. Igor Šehanović.
Following a decision made by the company’s proprietor, Dragan Munjiza, consultant, manager, entrepreneur and the former Chairman of Konzum’s Managing Board, has been appointed member of the Managing Board of the Lonia Company.