Dubrovnik Forum

Dubrovnik Forum ends; Central and eastern European leaders push for closer cooperation

The Dubrovnik Forum on the topic of stronger connections between European Union member states in the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea area closed on Friday afternoon and Croatian Deputy Prime...

Memo of understanding on Ionian-Adriatic gas pipeline signed in Dubrovnik

ZAGREB, Aug 26 (Hina) - Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro as well as the executives of Azerbaijan's SOCAR oil and gas company on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding...

FM says Hungary must protect itself from new refugee tide

A new refugee wave is possible and we must protect ourselves, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Dubrovnik on Friday, explaining why Hungary decided to build a new fence along its...

FM: Croatia will cooperate in preventing flood of refugees

"That cooperation ( Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia) contributed to calming the (migrant) wave," Kovac told reporters, commenting on a possible scenario of a new refugee crisis in Croatia if the EU-...

Dubrovnik Forum panel on migrations, terrorist threats for EU held

Migrations, terrorist threats and instability along the eastern border of the European Union are the challenges that the European Union is faced with and it has to tackle them with a common policy...

Dubrovnik Forum discusses LNG terminal between Poland and Croatia

Connecting the LNG terminal in Poland with one planned on the island of Krk in Croatia is one of the specific projects 12 EU countries located in the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea (BABS) region want...

Grabar-Kitarovic welcomes veterans' call for defusing tensions in Croatia-Serbia relations

She said that she was aware that in the run-up to elections strong words were used, welcoming Croatian war veterans' call for defusing tensions.

Dubrovnik Forum adopts declaration called "The Three Seas Initiative"

Participants in the Dubrovnik Forum on Thursday adopted a declaration supporting concrete energy, transport and digital communication projects to connect Central and Eastern Europe and calling on...

Croatian, Polish presidents open Dubrovnik Forum

The Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea region is Europe's "jugular vein" and its development will require 50 billion euro worth of investments, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on...

Beta says Serbia PM won't attend Dubrovnik Forum

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will not attend the Dubrovnik Forum on Thursday and Friday, Serbian Beta news agency said on Wednesday, citing unnamed government sources.

Dubrovnik Forum to focus on strengthening Europe, connecting north and south

Strengthening cooperation between 12 countries of the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea Initiative will be the focus of the Dubrovnik Forum, "Strengthening Europe: Connecting North and South“, on Thursday...

Croatian FM tells Serbian PM to present list of warrants against Croats

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac on Tuesday sent a message to Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic that if he decides to attend the Dubrovnik Forum later this week, he...

Croatian PM: As far as I know, Vucic is coming to Dubrovnik

Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic on Tuesday said that as far as he was aware, his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic is coming to the Dubrovnik Forum 2016, adding however that that was not...