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Zagreb-based NGO Documenta - Centre for Dealing with the Past and the Serbian National Council, which represents the Serb minority in Croatia, launched a media campaign on Thursday entitled 'Justice for Victims', supporting the government's plan to pass legislation that will grant benefits to civilian victims of the 1991-95 war.
Only passengers travelling to the United Kingdom are subjected to quarantine.
The majority of countries in the region require confirmation of vaccination or negative PCR or antigen test made less than 48 or 72 hours prior to travel in order to avoid 7-14-day quarantine.
Some countries require completion of online health forms or medical checks upon arrival.
Minister of Internal Affairs Lucian Bode welcomed on Thursday the resolution voted by the European Parliament whereby the European Council is requested to approve Romania's accession to the Schengen area, emphasizing that our country has an "essential" role in the architecture of EU security.
Romania's President Klaus Iohannis will be attending the 6th summit meeting of the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) in Sofia, Bulgaria, July 8-9. On July 8, he is scheduled to attend an official dinner for the summit attendees.
Ljubljana – Thirty years to the day, the Brijuni Declaration was adopted, ending hostilities between Yugoslav and Slovenian forces in the ten-day independence war and suspending Slovenia’s independence activities for three months. It was the first international agreement between Slovenia and the EU’s predecessor, the European Economic Community (EEC).
"Sometimes it's not enough to copy solutions … It is important to understand how they will work in our mentality, and consider carefully whether we have a solution that will have a greater impact for the same [amount of] money and which will be the result of understanding what is behind vaccination hesitation," Lauri Korajlija said.
President Klaus Iohannis will participate, Thursday through Friday, in the sixth Summit of the Three Seas Initiative (3SI), organized in Bulgaria, the Presidential Administration announced.
"Viktator", as some media call him, a bad politician who angers Europe with his attitudes towards LGBT and migrants, paid for an ad in the Croatian Vecernji list entitled "On the future of the European Union". In it, he listed seven proposals that would improve the EU, and the last one concerns, no less and no more, Serbia.