As one of the members of the European Union, Croatia has paid 19.7 billion kuna into the EU’s joint budget since its accession back in the summer of 2013. The Republic of Croatia has since received 34.1 billion kuna in … Continue reading
Under the „Peace, Love and Communication “ slogan the twelfth edition of Weekend Media Festival will bring the spirit of the legendary Woodstock. The largest media festival in the region will prepare an homage to the unforgettable American festival through … Continue reading
We have the challenge to regulate the town to fit its population, their needs and wishes, and only after we do that, we can be in service of tourism. In this, we also want to keep the distinctive style that … Continue reading
The situation is alarming and we are determined to put the issue of inequality in the focus of the G7’s 45th Summit. Other questions, such as climate change and its relation to the peace and security, are all interconected and … Continue reading
We want to activate and make functional all state-owned property. Hence, we are going to continue undertaking required measures for the more effective use of all forms of state property with the view of achieving economic growth and protecting national … Continue reading
The Bright Horizons British School in Zagreb implements the British National Curriculum along with the International Primary Curriculum. “This is a comprehensive curriculum with a clear learning process and individual learning goals for every subject, for personal learning and international … Continue reading
The Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Organization and with the financial support of the European Tourist Board, organizes two business workshops titled “Experience Croatia, Feel Slovenia” in China.
In the European Parliament in Brussels, organized by the Croatian euro-parliamentarian Tonino Picula, was held a round table “Culture based on city culture” , where the project of the European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020 was presented to the assemblies.
The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for new flights to Croatia with updates from Osijek, Rijeka, Pula, Dubrovnik, and Split. Also, there will be six new lines from France to Croatia this year.
The Diplomacy & Commerce Magazine , Serbian edition, a syndication of London’s The Economist magazine, celebrated its third birthday on 20 March at the National Museum in Belgrade.