“Interesting day of meetings in Budapest organized by the US Embassy, including conversations with a number of Hungarians with interests in the energy business. Also, nice to spend time with Marie Royce, ECA Assistant Secretary, and David Cornstein, U.S. Ambassador to Croatia Robert Kohorst tweeted.
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Croatia and Spain share common objectives and values in most of the segments of the future EU agenda and we should continue working together as this will further improve our excellent bilateral relations.
We are witnessing deep changes in the international relations, where new stakeholders are assuming a more active role in the international arena, while the international framework, created after the Second World War, is now being questioned. “Spain is among those European countries that believe in a stronger Europe”, says H.E. Mr. Alonso Dezcallar Mazarredo, the newly appointed Spanish Ambassador to Croatia, who is looking forward to improving the already good bilateral relations between Spain and Croatia.
We view the upcoming role of the President of the Council in 2020 as a great honour and an immense responsibility. At the same time, this is a valuable opportunity to jointly work with other Member States on strengthening our Union in a time of a rapidly changing landscape.
In the first half of 2020, Croatia will have one of the biggest opportunities since acceding to the EU, but also one of the biggest challenges. We spoke with Andreja Metelko Zgombić, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, about the pace of preparations and major topics the Croatian presidency will highlight.
Last year was so successful for Vaillant d.o.o. that the company would not mind repeating the same success this year too. However, Vaillant would not be the leader it its segment if it did not set the bar higher every year. One of the things that is working in the company’s favour is that end users in the region now appreciate more the quality cooling and heating devices.
Although the announcement of a new global financial crisis is usually met with concern and caution, the director of Vaillant d.o.o., Croatia and the regional manager for Vaillant Group Southeast Europe, Kosovo and Albania, Mario Opačak claims there is no panic because Vaillant does not belong to either small or high spending companies that are always the first victims of sudden market upheavals. On the contrary, Vaillant sees a significant room for growth and potential for further consolidation of its position in the Croatian and regional market.
During its mandate, Romania has the opportunity to prove its strong support to the European integration project. While holding the Presidency of the Council of the EU, Romania will act as a genuine and honest broker in order to find solutions that enable progress of the European agenda.
To our satisfaction, the process of resolving open issues picked up the pace in 2018 thanks to the special contribution by the President of the Republic of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić and their respective teams. We want this trend to continue in 2019 too.
The state and national interests of Serbia and Croatia far exceed the daily politics. Maybe for a long time, we will not be able to build a true friendship in our relations, but it is absolutely necessary to forge a cooperation on a rational foundation – says H.E. Ms Mira Nikolić, the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of Croatia, with whom we talked about a number of current issues in bilateral relations between Serbia and Croatia.
The past year was one of the most challenging in Croatian history because it was this government that had to pay all of the debts from the past. We took on this responsibility readily and I can say that I am more than satisfied, regardless of the challenges that await us in 2019, says Darko Horvat, Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts for Diplomacy&Commerce magazine.
A launch party in celebration of the first issue of Diplomacy & Commerce Austria took place at the residence of the UK Ambassador in Vienna. After the Serbian and Croatian edition, this is the third consecutive issue in the series that Color Media Communications has launched in collaboration with the London-based magazine, The Economist.
The restaurant Noel in Zagreb and Draga di Lovrana in Lovran have received a Michelin star, while the restaurants Pelegrini in Šibenik, 360º in Dubrovnik and Monte in Rovinj have successfully retained their Michelin status, reports HTZ on February 28, 2019. In addition, the Bib Gourmand list now boasts a total of eight restaurants, which is twice as many as last year, while 51 restaurants now carry the Michelin Plate label!