President to temporarily set up her office in Vukovar

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will travel to the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on Thursday where she will temporarily set up her office and on Friday, January 15, hold a reception to mark the anniversary of the successful reintegration of the Croatian Danube River Region and the Day of Croatia's International Recognition, sources in the President's Office told Hina on Sunday.

This is the third time that the president is temporarily relocating her office outside Zagreb.

This past summer she set up her office in the sputhern Adriatic city of Split and the northern Adriatic city of Pula.

Last update: Sun, 10/01/2016 - 17:18


More from Croatia

Dalic presents gov't action plan to Zadar entrepreneurs

The government's action plan to relieve enterprises of red tape introduces more than a hundred measures designed to...

EBRD seeks consultant to improve governance of Croatian state-owned enterprises

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has invited expressions of interest in the provision of...

Eurostat: Croatia's public debt down for third consecutive quarter

Croatia's public debt at the end of September 2016 was HRK 289.1 billion, 1.2 billion less than at the end of...

Croatia's registered unemployment rate rises to 14.8% in Dec 2016

The registered unemployment rate in Croatia rose to 14.8% in December 2016, increasing for the third month in a row...

Croatia presents investment opportunities to Alibaba

Representatives of the Chinese online company Alibaba are considering the Zadar area in Croatia as a location for...