Greek mission delivers humanitarian aid to earthquake-stricken Croatia

A Greek aid mission sent to Croatia in response to the country's devastating earthquake arrived on Wednesday, state-run news agency ANA-MPA reported.

The aid package includes tents, sleeping bags, blankets, sheets, heaters and other essential items for the people left homeless by the quake.

Bulgaria is helping Croatia with 100,000 Еuros

Bulgaria will help Croatia with 100,000 euros after the devastating earthquake.

According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva they will be used for the restoration of two iconic buildings in Croatia.

By a decision of the Council of Ministers, the government had granted 100,000 euros in aid to Croatia.

Croatia Fails to Rise to COVID-19 Challenge for Zagreb Homeless

These instructions were printed on a small flyer distributed by the Croatian Homeless Network (Hrvatska mreža za beskućnike), which proved crucial for the homeless population of Zagreb in the early days of the pandemic, when they served as a rare and valuable source of information.

Wartime Killing of Serb Family Commemorated in Croatia

The Anti-Fascist League of Croatia held a memorial event on Monday evening for the three murdered members of the Zec family on Sljeme Hill above Zagreb, where they were killed by Croatian reservist policemen during the war in December 1991 - a crime that remains unpunished.

On the 29th anniversary of their deaths, activists laid flowers and lit candles near the site of the killings.