Govt. officials inspect landfill clean-up in Ludbreg

Environment and Nature Protection Minister Slaven Dobrovic and Deputy Prime Minister Bozo Petrov on Thursday inspected the clean-up of the Meka landfill in the northern Croatian town of Ludbreg worth almost HRK 36 million.

Kovac says political turmoil normal in democracy

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministers Miro Kovac has said that the political turmoil in Croatia is normal for democracy, adding that he expected the government crisis to be resolved "along the way." 

GSV meeting cancelled due to non-appearance of govt. ministers

Unionists and employers' representatives were notified about the cancellation of the session this morning, and representatives of union federations are likely to issue a press statement on the latest developments during the day.

Ministers, veterans happy with meeting

The same people were sitting at both sides of the table, Croatian defenders, and so the talks were conducted in a "good tone" without the need for us to make false promises and gain cheap political points, he said.  

Ministers say relations between HDZ, Bridge party very good

Several ministers said on Wednesday that current relations between the strongest parliamentary party, the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), and its junior coalition partner Bridge were very good.

Croatia, Estonia support EU enlargement to S-E Europe, Ukraine sovereignty

Kaljurand was on an official visit to Croatia with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. Croatia is our very good friend and partner in the EU and NATO, and we were very happy when it entered the EU a few years ago, she told reporters.

FM talks Croatia's priorities in EU institutions

Foreign Minister Miro Kovac said on Thursday that Croatia's priorities in European Union institutions in the period ahead were the strengthening of Croatia's role in European cooperation, ...

Construction, economy ministers say situation in their ministries relatively good

Construction Minister Lovro Kuscevic said ahead of a government session on Thursday that the situation in the area covered by his ministry was relatively good but that there were things that needed to be improved, 

New Croatian government approved by parliament

The new government was supported by 83 members of Parliament, while 61 voted against and 5 abstained.

Outgoing ministers satisfied with their performance

Speaking to reporters before the incumbent government's last session on Thursday, some ministers described their performance as successful, ...