Croatia’s New Border-Monitoring Mechanism Seen as ‘Toothless’ and ‘Ineffective’
Establishing the Croatian border-monitoring mechanism has turned into a litmus test for the EU in its attempt to build an effective, comprehensive, lasting and humanitarian solution to an increasing number of EU member states, including Greece and Romania as well as Croatia, using pushbacks to halt migration flows.
Last Despatches: Killing of Serbian TV Crew in Croatia Never Investigated
"There's no reason to worry. We were there [before], we saw how it is, now we will also have a [military] escort and we are safe."
This is what Snezana Amidzic's husband Zoran told her when they spoke on the phone not long before he died in October 1991.
Investigation finds illegal, violent pushbacks at EU borders
Migrants are suffering sometimes-violent illegal pushbacks carried out by special police units at the EU's borders, especially Greece and Croatia, an investigation published on Oct. 6 by media including Germany's Der Spiegel found.
"Serbia's disgraceful attitude, we sent a protest note"
This is indeed disgraceful behaviour by Serbian authorities, the Croatian portal Index.hr quoted him as saying Tuesday.
Some Croatian Health Workers Protest Over Mandatory COVID-19 Certificates
Around 30 health workers who do not have the now mandatory COVID-19 vaccination certificates, and refuse to be tested, gathered in Croatia's capital, Zagreb, on Monday, protesting against the requirement, Index reported.
Montenegro Urged to Honour Officer Who Refused to Shell Croatia
Zagreb Mayor Reverses Deceased Predecessor’s ‘Populist’ Decisions
Tomislav Tomasevic, who has been in office as Zagreb's mayor since the beginning of June, announced fresh changes to the city's management on Tuesday, including abolishing free parking spaces in front of healthcare facilities.
Croatia Celebrates Anniversary of ‘Storm’ Victory; Serbia Mourns Victims
Croatia's political leadership, wartime generals and war veterans gathered on Thursday in the town of Knin to mark the anniversary of the victorious military offensive, Operation Storm, that practically ended the independence war in the country in 1995.
Part of the ceremony took place at the Knin Fortress, while another part was held at the town's football stadium.
Tudjman’s ‘Freedom Train’: Celebrating Croats’ Victory and Serbs’ Exodus
"Gentlemen, I want to talk a little bit more about [our] promotional focus, given the advantages gained from Storm," Tudjman said as he opened the session.
Croatia Urged to Ease Path for Wronged Serbs to Gain Citizenship
The legal amendments address the problems of around 5,000 people whose parents were Croatian Serbs but were living in Serbia when they were born, when both Serbia and Croatia were part of Yugoslavia.