Croatian troops to participate in multinational battalions in Eastern Europe

Croatian troops will participate in four multinational battalions that NATO will deploy in Eastern Europe, Croatia's Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac said in Warsaw on Friday.

NATO to boost troops in Eastern Europe amid tensions with Russia

NATO defence ministers on Tuesday paved the way for their military alliance to step up its troop presence in Eastern Europe, in a move likely to further ratchet up tensions with Russia.

Law enabling gov't to send troops to border passed

The Opposition criticised the adoption of the amended legislation without conducting a public debate on the matter.

Russia begins withdrawing troops from Syria, plans to keep 800 there

As the first Russian servicemen headed home from Syria on Tuesday, Moscow said it planned to keep at least 800 in the country to man its airbase and naval facility there.

No comments from US on Russian withdrawal of troops from Syria

The United States has no comment on reports that Russia is preparing to withdraw most of the troops it has sent to Syria.

SDP against sending troops to border

 "Thereby, they are showing that they are an accidental government and that we have no government, yet we should have it."

Pusic: Sending troops to border not a solution to refugee crisis

Croatian People's Party (HNS) leader and former Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic said on Tuesday that deploying troops to the border is not the way to deal with the ongoing refugee crisis.

Reiner: Troop deployment along border depends on security assessment

"It's hard for me to say at this point if it is necessary to send troops to the border. Some countries have done so, and whether or not Croatia will need to do the same will depend on a security assessment," Reiner said in response to questions from the press.