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SEECP ministerial meeting discusses ways to boost entrepreneurial competitiveness

A ministerial meeting of the Southeast European Cooperation Process (SEECP), aimed at stepping up cooperation in raising entrepreneurial competitiveness, brought together delegations from 13...

Croatian President: Women underrepresented in many business sectors

Croatian women are underrepresented in a number of business sectors and it will take a lot of time to change that, however, not without broader institutional support and without changing the way...

US Adriatic Charter army chiefs of staff meet in Split

The 20th conference of the army chiefs of staff of countries - members of the US Adriatic Charter which focuses on stability in Southeast Europe, is being held in Split on Wednesday.

Grabar-Kitarovic: Croatia ready to participate in European entrepreneurial system

Croatia is doing all it can to strengthen its economy and is ready to participate in the European entrepreneurial system for the creation of new added value, President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic...

18 women in Croatia killed this year in gender-related violence

Eighteen women have been killed as a result of domestic violence in Croatia this year, as against 11-13 in previous years, Gender Equality Ombudswoman Visnja Ljubicic said on Thursday before a...

Zagreb hosting CEFME conference

A three-day Central European Forum on Military Education (CEFME) conference, aimed at supporting the development of the education and training of professional military personnel and cooperation...

Conference urges Bosnian gov't to implement reforms for EU membership

Participants in an international scientific conference in Mostar on Thursday called on the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina to meet the necessary criteria and implement reforms as soon as...

Conference on unaccompanied migrant children starts in Zagreb

A two-day conference called "On the Move and Alone", which started in Zagreb on Thursday, brought together approximately 70 experts from nine countries to discuss how to respond effectively to the...

Connecting with Croatia's emigration for economic growth

Economic development, growth and productivity can be facilitated by connecting business people from Croatia and the Croat emigrant community

Croatia has so far provided over EUR 6mn in aid to Afghanistan

Croatia has so far provided about 50 million kuna (6.6 million euros) in assistance to Afghanistan and will continue to help that country, Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac...

Bled: NATO conference on security challenges

The chiefs-of-staff of the armed forces of Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia met on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Slovenian town of Bled with...

International Interdisciplinary Field Training of Marine Robotics to be held in Biograd

The Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing will organise an international inter-disciplinary field training for marine robotics called Breaking The Surface (BtS), which will be...

Microsoft Croatia encourages digital transformation of economy

Microsoft Croatia at Partners Day in Zagreb on Thursday brought together more than 150 representatives of partner companies, underscoring a growth of its business activities and the importance of...

General Pavel: Balkans still potential source of conflict

The Balkans is still a potential source of conflict, the chairman of the NATO Military Committee, General Petr Pavel, said on Saturday, adding that NATO needs to have the capabilities "to deter...

NATO Military Committee discussing terrorist threats, says Gen. Sundov

Terrorist threats are the biggest danger to global security and Croatia will continue, with its allies and partners, the joint fight against that "creator of instability," the Chief of the General...