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ARCHIVE DALY NEWS 2021


coronavirus, doctors 14th May 2021.
CORONA VIRUS IN CROATIA
Croatia reports 926 new cases, 41 deaths

Over the last 24 hours, 926 Croatians tested positive for the coronavirus, the national Covid-19 crisis management team reported on Friday.
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Plenković in Veliko Trgovisce village14th May 2021.
IN VELIKO TRGOVISCE VILLAGE

HDZ officials mark 99th birthday of party’s late founder Franjo Tudjman



A delegation of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), headed by party leader and Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic , on Friday laid a wreath and lit a candle in Veliko Trgovisce village. more


Peljesac Bridge
28th April 2021.
INVESTMENT OF 526 MILLION EUROS
Peljesac Bridge ‘ensures integrity of Croatian territory,’ PM Plenkovic says

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Tuesday visited the Peljesac Bridge construction site in Komarna, noting that the bridge will be connected with span structures by October this year. more




teh drugs
15th, April 2021.

HEALTTH CARE
Government and drug wholesalers reach deal on debt settlement

Health Minister Vili Beros said on Wednesday that the government and representatives of drug wholesalers had reached agreement on a debt settlement scheme.

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pensioners
12th, April 2021.
COVID PANDEMIC
Croatian pensioners to receive extra Covid pension supplement

Croatian prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Monday that an agreement has been reached with pensioners' representatives regarding COVID relief that will be paid to about 850,000 seniors in the end of April or early May.more


Rimac Automobili technology campus12th april 2021.
AN INVESTMENT 200 MILLION EUR
Rimac Automobili to build a modern technology campus near Zagreb city (VIDEO)

Croatia's electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac Automobili on Monday presented a €200 million project for a state-of-the art headquarters which includes an on-site test track, accommodation facilities, a museum and other amenities, just 16 kilometres from Zagreb's city centre.more


Alemka Markotić9th March 2021.
COVID PANDEMIC
High level of antibodies after the first dose of vaccine

People who had recovered from COVID-19 had a considerably high level of antibodies after the first dose of vaccine, which did not increase after the second shot, so they most probably will not need a second dose, the director of the Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Zagreb, Alemka Markotić, said on Monday.more



zagreb, archeological find9th March 2021.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIND
3000 years old history discovered in the upper city of Zagreb

The Croatian Conservation Institute is carrying out investigative work at Government House necessary for its complete reconstruction, which was damaged in the recent earthquake, the Croatian Government said.
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Tourist news

Tourism in Croatia4th, May 2021.
TOURISM
Tourist figures for April and Labour Day better than in 2020

During the Labour Day weekend there were 41,400 tourists in Croatia, who generated 157,000 bed nights, which is 277 percent more bed nights than in the same period last year.

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CCovid passport
21th April 2021.
TOURISM
Croatia ‘intensively working on technical solutions’ for Covid passports

The Croatian Foreign Ministry's state secretary for Europe Andreja Metelko-Zgombic has taken part in an informal video conference of EU foreign ministers which discussed, among other things, the Covid-19 pandemic, first and foremost the introduction of Covid passports before the summer. more



United Airlines
20th April 2021.
TOURISM
United Airlines announces New York-Dubrovnik new route


The US company United Airlines will fly from New York to Dubrovnik from July to October, the airline said at a news conference on Monday.

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The ministry of tourism9th April 2021.
TOURISM
Law to enable reimbursement in money or another trip for vouchers

Buyers of travel arrangements which have in the meantime been cancelled and for which they have been given vouchers by travel agencies, will be able to choose another trip or get a refund, according to a proposal to amend the Tourism Services Act. more


airplane9th April 2021.
LATEST NEWS
Flights to Croatia 2021: What you need to know

Flights to Croatia were becoming increasingly popular, and 2019 was the busiest year for Croatian airports. But then things turned around and it is still very unclear what the future will bring.

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tourists in restaurants
3th April 2021.
TOURISM
22 000 tourists in Croatia ahead of Easter holiday

More than 22,000 tourists are staying in Croatia ahead of Easter, including 17,000 foreigners, and although the number is expected to increase over the holidays, turnover is not expected to reach the pre-pandemic levels, National Tourist Board director Kristjan Staničić said on Friday.more



beach in croatia
9th March 2021.
TOURISM
Croatia safe to travel


The Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) said on Friday 5th March that the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs had removed the negative warning against travelling to four counties in Croatia.

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Croats out of Homeland news


Mestrovic monument Indian in Chicago9th March 2021.
CULTURE
Croatian culture ministry ‘appalled’ by Meštrović Chicago monument review


The Bowman and the Spearman, also known collectively as Equestrian Indians, or simply Indians, by Meštrović which stands in Chicago’s Grant Park is one of 41 monuments and memorials in the Chicago..

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Croats in Canada8th January, 2021
CROATS IN CANADA
The Government of Canada is contributing $ 500,000 to Croatian earthquake relief

In response to the devastating earthquakes that hit Croatia a few days ago, fundraising efforts have been undertaken by members of the Croatian community (and friends thereof) around the world (including a number of campaigns within our own community in Canada). more


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Regional news


hrvatsko veleposlanstvo u Beogradu23th April 2021.
INCIDENT IN SERBIA

Croatia’s ambassador to Serbia says disappearance of flag is ‘no accident’



It was "no accident" that the Croatian flag was taken down from Croatian ambassador's residence in Belgrade, and the incident reflects "part of the atmosphere" in Serbia's society, which continues to "feed on hate speech," Croatia's ambassador to Serbia, Hido Biscevic, said on Thursday. more



World's News


EU-Russia4th May 2021.
RELATIONS BETVEN EU & RUSSIA
OSCE PA leaders call Russian entry ban on European Parliament President and other officials detrimental to inter-parliamentary dialogue


Leaders of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly expressed concern today over the decision of the Russian Federation to implement travel restrictions against the President of the European Parliament and seven other European Union officials. more



OSCE PA migration committee members 10th March, 2021.
MIGRATION
OSCE PA migration committee members discuss resettlement and assisted voluntary returns

Parliamentarians from the OSCE and Council of Europe participated in an online discussion on 5 March organized by the British House of Lords entitled “Refugees and migrants: Humanitarian emergencies, voluntary resettlement and assisted voluntary returns. more



Covid passport10th March, 2021.
TRAVELS
Pirates: Commission must rethink vision on COVID-19 vaccine passport


The Commission’s plan to introduce a “Digital Green Pass” for EU citizens threatens fundamental rights in several respects.

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Sport's News


Kolinda Grabar Kitarović

17th July 2020.
SPORT
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic elected a Member of the International Olympic Committee

Former Croatia president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is one of five new International Olympic Committee (IOC) members elected by the Executive Board of the IOC on Friday. 
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Columns



Turkey’s President Erdogan
22st October, 2020.
COMMENTS: Dr. Alon Ben-Meir
Erdogan’s Calamitous Authoritarianism

Turkey’s President Erdogan is becoming ever more dangerous as he continues to ravage his own country and destabilize scores of states in the Middle East, the Balkans, and North Africa, while cozying up to the West’s foremost advisories.

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Trump, Vucic,Hoti
10th September 2020
Alon Ben-Meir comment
Serbia-Kosovo Agreement Falls Far Short Of Ending Their Conflict

The recent agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, brokered by the US, to normalize economic relations between the two countries fell short of the needed reconciliation process that would lead to full recognition of Kosovo’s independence by Serbia. more



Alon Ben-Meir22th January 2020
Alon Ben-Meir comment
Killing Soleimani Undermines Global Order

Those who applaud the assassination of General Soleimani seem to simply equate him to a terrorist who certainly deserved to meet his fate. more


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