Croatia's message to Serbia: We will not allow this
"Croatia does not accept that the Serbian prosecutor's office raises indictments against non-Serb citizens living on the territory outside of Serbia," said Andrej Plenkovic last night, as Hina reported.
He expressed an opinion that "Serbia, which was an aggressor on Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, now acts as "prosecutor's office or court" and said that "it will not pass".
EC gives ‘green light’ for Euro in Croatia
Croatia plans to replace its national currency, the kuna, with the euro from January 1 next year
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Serbian Academics Denounce Croatian Counterparts’ “Inflammatory” Demands
Serbia's Academy of Sciences and Arts, SANU, has dismissed as an "inflammatory political pamphlet" a paper drafted by its Croatian counterpart setting out the demands it says Zagreb should make as part of the negotiation process on the European Union accession of Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
European Court Orders Croatia to Compensate Daughters of Killed Serb
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ruled on Thursday that Croatia must pay 5,000 euros in compensation because five Serb women whose father was killed during the Croatian Army's Operation Storm in 1995 were unlawfuly made to pay court costs in a civil case they launched against the state in the domestic courts.
Secret negotiations with Putin commenced; Main mediator is a woman well-known to us
This is stated in the new report of the UN Security Council, the details of which were exclusively published by the AP-RL FOOL alliance of research media from the USA, Great Britain, France and Germany.
Croatian PM Criticises Timing of Minister’s Arrest for Corruption
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has criticized Saturday's arrest of Construction Minister Darko Horvat in a corruption probe as disproportionate, and has called on the State Attorney's Office, DORH, to explain the reason and timing.
Croatian Teen Suspected of Hacking Communication Company’s Data
Croatian news site Index.hr reported that the prime suspect for hacking the database of Croatia's telecommunication operator's, Tele Operator A1, exposing around 10 per cent of user data, is a 14-year-old primary school pupil from Slavonski Brod.
As Bosnia Wrestles with Electoral Reform, Croatian President Eyes Votes
Croatia's president has waded into the issue of electoral reform in neighbouring Bosnia, trying to outdo the government.
Petrol looking to become leading fuel retailer in Croatia
Zagreb – Nada Drobne Popović, the CEO of energy group Petrol, has told the Croatian newspaper Večernji List that, following last year’s takeover of Crodux, Petrol aims to become the leading provider of motor fuels in the Croatian market. She projects that sales in Croatia will exceed those in Slovenia by 2025.
Croat Suing Serbia ‘Got Good Deal’ in Wartime House Swap
Franjo Baricevic obtained more valuable property in Croatia than he had in Serbia, contrary to his case against the state of Serbia and Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj, a defence witness told Belgrade Higher Court on Friday.