Croatia, led by Plenković, halted the import of Russian oil to Serbia via Janaf
At the insistence of Croatia, led by the Prime Minister of that country, Andrej Plenkovi, the new package of sanctions will also include Serbia, because it will no longer be able to import Russian oil through Janaf.
Yugoslav Naval Officer Who Refused to Bomb Croatia Honored
Montenegrin and Croatian officials on Monday unveiled a memorial on the Croatian island of Vis to a Yugoslav naval officer who refused to bomb towns on Croatia's coast in the war in 1991.
Slovenian community in Croatia come together for annual meeting
Delnice – More than 300 members of the Slovenian community in Croatia turned out for their 18th annual meeting, organised by the Union of Slovenian Associations in Croatia in the Golubinjak Forest Park near Delnice on Saturday.
Slovenia absolutely supports Croatia’s Schengen entry, minister says
Obrežje – Interior Minister Tatjana Bobnar stressed as she met her Croatian counterpart Davor Božinović in Obrežje, east, on Monday that Slovenia absolutely supports Croatia’s entry into the Schengen zone. Božinović said this is in both countries’s interest, which Bobnar confirmed.
Croatia: Continuous reactions; possible blocking of Serbia on its EU road
In Croatia, there are numerous reactions to the confirmed indictment of Serbia against four pilots for war crimes against civilians on the Petrovac road in early August 1995.
Minister of Justice and Administration, Ivan Malenica, also believes that this is a political process, which, he says, can be the reason for blocking Serbia's entry into the European Union.
Croatia Hails ‘Clean Victory’ in Operation Storm, Serbs Lament ‘Pogrom’
Croatian political leaders, wartime generals and war veterans gathered on Friday in the town of Knin to mark the anniversary of the country's victorious military offensive, Operation Storm, which effectively ended the independence war in the country in 1995.
Pahor to be guest of honour at Sinjska Alka on Sunday
Ljubljana/Zagreb – President Borut Pahor will be the guest of honour at the traditional Sinjska Alka equestrian competition in the Croatian town of Sinj this Sunday upon invitation of his Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanović. Pahor will be the first foreign statesman in this capacity at the tournament, the president’s office has announced.
Croatian Serb War Victims Hope Compensation Claims Finally Pay Off
"I was in the hospital for six days, after that I wore a leg brace for a month," he added.
Some two-and-a-half years later Drca, together with many other Croatian Serbs, was forced to flee the country and come to Serbia.
Croatia might enter Schengen before Bulgaria and Romania
"We are convinced that Croatia meets all the conditions to enter Schengen and we will do everything possible during our presidency ... to help it join from next year," Fiala told reporters after a meeting with his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenkovic in Prague.
Greek water polo team wins bronze medal at World Championships
The Greeks defeated Croatia in the 3rd-4th place final