Zagreb

Bryan Adams to play Zagreb

Canadian rock star Bryan Adams, who has sold more than 100 million albums in his 40-year-long career, will perform in Zagreb on November 9, according to his website and Facebook account.

SDP chief: Only united Opposition can win local election in Zagreb

Social Democratic Party (SDP) leader Davor Bernardic has said that only "a united, joint Opposition" can win the local election in Zagreb, which will be held in May, and added that the SDP branch in the capital city is conducting consultations in order to reach agreement on the mayoral candidate.

LGBTIQ activists rally in Zagreb after night club incident

About a thousand protesters gathered in central Zagreb on Monday evening for a rally in support of LGBTIQ rights after a tear gas was thrown in a night club during an LGBTIQ party this weekend.

 Queer Zagreb joins in condemnation of night club incident

Queer Zagreb, a nongovernmental organisation, on Monday warned that the incident in which several people were injured after a tear gas canister was set off at an LGBTIQ party in a Zagreb night club in the early hours of Sunday, was one in a series of attacks prompted by hatred.

LGBTIQ party in Zagreb attacked with tear gas

Several people were injured after a tear gas canister was set off at an LGBTIQ party in a Zagreb night club in the early hours of Sunday, the police said.

Zagreb branch and HDZ leadership to pick party's mayoral candidate

The president of the Zagreb branch of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), Andrija Mikulic, said Wednesday that "the HDZ candidate for the Zagreb City mayoral elections would be selected at a session of the HDZ city branch, in agreement with the HDZ leadership."

Moelgg prevails in Zagreb slalom after rivals falter

Italian Manfred Moellg kept his nerve to win the men's Alpine skiing World Cup slalom in Zagreb on Thursday after an array of challengers slipped up.

Alpine Ski World Cup winners stage skiing exhibition in downtown Zagreb

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup winners staged a skiing exhibition in central Zagreb on Wednesday evening as part of the 11th Snow Queen ski race.

Veronika Velez Zuzulova wins Snow Queen World Cup slalom

Veronika Velez Zuzulova of Slovakia won the Snow Queen World Cup slalom race on Mt Sljeme overlooking Zagreb on Tuesday.

Ski slope built in Zagreb for Ski World Cup winners

Organisers of the 11th Snow Queen ski race have prepared a 165-metre-long ski slope in downtown Zagreb at which FIS Alpine Ski World Cup winners will race on Wednesday.

Croatia to record current account surplus for 4th consecutive year

In the third quarter of 2016, the surplus on the balance of payments current account was EUR 3.345 billion, according to the central bank's preliminary data, and since figures for Q4 will likely confirm the usual deficit, Raiffeisenbank Austria (RBA) analysts expect Croatia will wrap up 2016 with a current account surplus for the fourth year running, likely 3% of GDP.

Asylum seekers stage protest at Porin centre in Zagreb

A group of asylum seekers staged a protest outside the Porin asylum centre in Zagreb on Monday because the police allegedly had not taken any action following several incidents.

Zagreb making final preparations for Snow Queen Trophy races

The city of Zagreb is looking forward to the slalom races for women and for men on Mount Sljeme overlooking the Croatian capital on 3 January and on 5 January respectively, and preparations for special traffic regulation in some parts of the city are under way.

Children asylum seekers given presents from City of Zagreb

Ninety-three children who currently live in the accommodation centre for asylum seekers in Zagreb were given presents for the New Year holidays on Friday.

Zagreb New Year's Eve party ranked among five best with electronic music

Zagreb's Arena hall is ready for "Zagreb 360° New Year's Eve", ranked by DJ Mag music magazine as one of the five best biggest New Year's Eve parties with electronic music, at which 10,000 people from over 60 countries are expected, organisers said on Friday.

Two Zagreb student dorms renovated

A ceremony was held in Zagreb on Tuesday to mark the completion of a HRK 300 million project designed to renovate Zagreb's student dorms "Stjepan Radic" and "Cvjetno naselje".

SDSS-a condemns Saturday's right-wing rally in Zagreb

The main committee of the Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) expressed its support for the president of the Serb National Council and member of the Croatian Parliament, Milorad Pupovac, following a right-wing protest rally outside the SNV offices in central Zagreb on Saturday.

Rade Serbedzija and Vanessa Redgrave to perform in Zagreb on Thursday

Actor and musician Rade Serbedzija will give a concert at Zagreb's Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall on Thursday December 22, when he will be joined onstage by famous British theatre, film and television actress Vanessa Redgrave.

400 ounce gold bar worth over EUR 500,000 presented in Zagreb

A 400 ounce gold bar worth over EUR 500,000 was presented in Zagreb on Tuesday to mark the entry on the Croatian market of the Moro & Kunst international company and Austria's Muenze Oesterreich mint.

Zagreb's Museum of Illusions highlights hard lives of millions of kids

The Museum of Illusions in Zagreb is conducting a week-long campaign to draw attention to millions of children worldwide living in dire conditions.

Winter Pancake Festival to be held in Zagreb on 17-30 Dec

The third edition of the Pancake Festival will take place in Zagreb's main square from 17 to 30 December, and a fundraiser will be organised at the opening ceremony next Saturday.

Subspace hostel with space pods opens in Zagreb

As of December 1, Zagreb has a new tourist attraction, the futuristic Subspace hostel, the first in the European Union, offering guests the possibility to spend the night in space pods.

LNG terminal would make Croatia regional leader

The construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Croatia is a low-risk investment that is not complicated, and it can bring the country huge commercial gain very soon, Ian Brzezinski, an associate at the Atlantic Council said at a panel discussion on Croatia's role in the Three Seas Initiative, held in Zagreb 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 said in her opening remarks at the EBAN Winter University 2016 conference in Zagreb on Tuesday.

Ethnic discrimination most prevalent form of discrimination in Croatia

Croatia has laws that regulate discrimination issues, however, as elsewhere, the incidence of discrimination is quite present, but while in Europe discrimination is based on sexual orientation, in Croatia it is based on one's ethnic background, it was said at a conference on good practices and challenges in the collection of information on (in)equality in Zagreb on Monday.

Del Potro broken finger a small price to pay for Davis Cup history

Juan Martin del Potro emerged with a broken finger after leading Argentina to a first-ever Davis Cup trophy at the weekend. 

Del Potro rallies Argentina to comeback Davis Cup title

Juan Martin del Potro rallied from two sets to love down, inspiring Argentina to a fightback 3-2 victory over Croatia on Sunday to give the country its first Davis Cup title.

Cilic sparks doubles success to hand Croatia 2-1 lead over Argentina

Marin Cilic excelled at doubles duty with Ivan Dodig as the Croatian pair defeated Argentines Juan Martin del Potro and Leonardo Mayer 7-6 (7-2), 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 to hand the hosts a 2-1 lead in the Davis Cup final on Saturday.

"Advent in Zagreb" to bring in 10% tourism turnover increase

"Advent in Zagreb" is one of the most important annual events for Zagreb's as well as Croatia's tourism and this December it is expected to bring a 10% increase in tourism turnover, Zagreb Tourist Board director Martina Bienenfeld has told Hina.

Cilic, Del Potro earn opening wins for 1-1 Davis Cup scoreline

Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro each posted opening wins on Friday to leave the Davis Cup final locked 1-1 after first day singles.

Cilic wins marathon to give Croatia 1-0 lead in Davis Cup

Marin Cilic got off to a fast start but needed a mid-match recovery to take Croatia to a 1-0 lead in the Davis Cup final on Friday as he beat Federico Delbonis 6-2, 7-5, 3-6, 1-6, 6-2

Cilic to open Davis Cup final against Delbonis

Croatian point man Marin Cilic will open Croatia's Davis Cup final against Argentine Federico Delbonis as the hosts look for their first title since 2005 in the worldwide team competition after the draw made on Thursday.

Cilic hopes to end career-best season with Davis Cup title

Croatian Marin Cilic is psyched for a Davis Cup final at home against visiting Argentina as the hosts bids for a second title since 2005.

First int'l conference on road traffic safety starts in Croatia

The first international conference on road traffic safety, organised by the European Traffic Police Network (TISPOL) and the Croatian Ministry of the Interior, was held in Zagreb on Wednesday.

Ex-Tax Authority head goes on trial for preventing tax debt collection

The trial of former Tax Authority director and Social Democrat member of Parliament Nada Cavlovic Smiljanec started at the Zagreb County Court on Wednesday with the reading of an indictment that charges her of defrauding the state budget of HRK 9.5 million by preventing the collection of businessman Zeljko Bilos's tax debt.

Conference on ballast water held in Zagreb

The situation regarding ballast water in Croatia is favourable and efforts will continue to be made to prevent any sea pollution incidents, it was said at an international conference on ballast water management in Zagreb on Monday.

Zagreb's Europa cinema wins 2016 Europa Cinemas best programme award

Zagreb's cinema "Europa" has won the best film programme award of the European cinema network Europa Cinemas, having competed against 1,078 cinemas from 644 cities in 41 European countries.

Justin Bieber joins Medvescak during training exercise in Zagreb

Canadian pop and R&B star Justin Bieber, who held a concert in Zagreb's Arena Hall on Wednesday, joined the local ice hockey team "Medvescak" during their official training on Thursday.

39th Interliber book fair opens

As of Tuesday and for the next five days, Zagreb will be the centre of creativity and the gaming industry in this part of Europe, it was said at the opening of the 39th Interliber international book fair and the Infogamer and INOVA fairs.

Slovakia, Croatia dissatisfied with trade volume

Even though in the last five years the volume of trade between Slovakia and Croatia has more than doubled, trade between the two countries, amounting to EUR 525 million in 2015, is not satisfactory, it was said at a Croatian-Slovak economic forum in Zagreb on Tuesday.

First witnesses heard in trial of Serb rebel leader Milan Martic

Zagreb County Court on Monday heard the first witnesses in the trial of Croatian Serb rebel leader Milan Martic for missile attacks on Zagreb, Karlovac and Jastrebarsko in May 1995.

Book in the focus of Interliber

Interliber, the central annual event involving publishing and books in the Croatian capital will be held on 8-13 November.

AmCham puts forward proposals for development of e-mobility in Croatia

More charging stations for electric vehicles, a single body responsible for e-mobility, and various reliefs for users of environmentally friendly vehicles are just some of the recommendations of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in promoting e-mobility in Croatia, which were presented in Zagreb on Friday.

Police solve situation involving deranged man outside HRT

The Zagreb police confirmed on Sunday afternoon that a mentally imbalanced man with a hand grenade had come to the entrance of the Croatian Radio and Television (HRT) in the morning and threatened to kill himself, however the police managed to defuse the situation and the man had given the grenade to police officers.

Protesters call for termination of Croatia-Holy See agreements

Around 400 people rallied in downtown Zagreb on Saturday to demand the termination of the agreements between Croatia and the Holy See which they said were harmful and negated provisions of the Constitution that define Croatia as a secular state.

Stier speaks at Croatian Paneuropean Union conference

Croatia without a slightest doubt supports EU enlargement because the process has a beneficial effect for Europe which has become a continent of peace and democracy, Croatian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier said at a conference of Croatia's Paneuropean Union in Zagreb on Friday.

Social policies key to reducing social inequalities, survey shows

Social inequalities in Croatia have increased significantly in the last 30 years, notably as regards the elderly population, but they have started to decrease slightly in the last ten years, according to a survey on inequalities presented in Zagreb on Thursday.

Stier: Croatia doesn't want to be guardian of EU's external borders

Croatia doesn't want to be a guardian of the European Union's external borders because it is in its strategic interest that the border of stability and prosperity should expand to include Southeast Europe, notably Bosnia and Herzegovina, new foreign minister Davor Ivo Stier said in Zagreb on Thursday after formally assuming his duties from Miro Kovac.

Conservative Andrej Plenkovic is Croatia's new prime minister

Croatian parliament on Wednesday backed the new conservative Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, his cabinet and programme promising political stability and economic growth.

Croatia Airlines celebrates 20 years of flights to Sarajevo

Croatia's national air carrier, Croatia Airlines on Wednesday celebrated 20 years of Zagreb - Sarajevo flights with the airline's CEO Kresimir Kucko announcing the airline's stronger presence in the future on the Bosnia and Herzegovina market.

Vrapce hospital gets 68 mln kuna for Forensic Psychiatry Center

An agreement on a grant from EU funds earmarked for the construction of the Forensic Psychiatry Centre, worth HRK 68 million, was signed in Zagreb's Psychiatric Clinic Vrapce on Tuesday.

Zagreb Zoo reopened after makeover

The Zagreb Zoo was opened for visitors on Sunday after being closed for nearly two years for renovations which included the construction of 10 new facilities and the remodelling of nine and by which the first phase of the Zoo makeover has been completed.

2nd Zagreb Crowdfunding Convention attracts 200 participants

Crowdfunding, as a sort of group financing is constantly growing in Europe and the world, and even though it is only in its early stages in Croatia, around 400 such campaigns might be launched this year, which is twice as many as last year, the second Zagreb Crowdfunding Convention, heard on Thursday.

Krmpotic gets 3yrs for arson during Medak Pocket operation

A former commander of the 9th Guard Brigade's reconnaissance platoon, Josip Krmpotic, was sentenced to three years in prison by the Zagreb County Court on Thursday for arson and destruction of homes in Serb villages during the 1993 Medak Pocket liberation operation.

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 needs of unaccompanied and separated refugee children in Southeast Europe and exchange experience gained with such children during the migrant crisis.

War profeeting indictment against businessman Gavrilovic upheld

The Zagreb County Court on Wednesday upheld a war profiteering indictment against Djuro Gavrilovic, despite the claims of his defence attorneys that the statute of limitations has run out in this case.

Saint Petersburg ballet to perform in Zagreb next week

 As part of the cultural programme "Saint Petersburg in Zagreb", ballet stars of the great ballet theatres from Saint Petersburg will perform on the stage of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb on October 17 and 18, under the artistic leadership of Andrian Fadeyev.

7 Croatian cities to get EUR 345 mln from EU urban development scheme

Seven Croatian cities - Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek, Zadar, Slavonski Brod and Pula - will have access to EUR 345.35 million from European structural and investment funds for the development of urban areas, the Regional Development and EU Funds Ministry said on Friday.

Zagreb eligible for funds under Integrated Territorial Investment instrument

The City of Zagreb has been selected by the Croatian Regional Development and EU Funds Ministry as one of the cities eligible to be covered by a 345 million euro scheme of non-repayable funds to be provided by the EU Integrated Territorial Investment (ITI) mechanism.

Croatia to grant HRK 20 mln to Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac on Thursday signed an agreement on the financing of 65 programmes and projects of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, worth HRK 20 million.

Japanese Film Week begins in Zagreb on Monday

Japanese Film Week will begin in Zagreb's Tuskanac cinema on Monday with Keisuke Yoshida's “Silver Spoon”.

Croatian cities organise public health drives to mark World Walking Day

The public health drives "Walking to Health" and "Volunteers in the Park" were held in Zagreb and several other Croatian towns on the occasion of World Walking Day on Saturday.

White Night cultural event held for second time in Zagreb

The "White Night" event, featuring various cultural happenings at 18 different locations in Zagreb, including free exhibitions, performances, visual installations and dance workshops, was held in the Croatian capital on Saturday.  

7,000 take part in Terry Fox Run in Zagreb

This year's Terry Fox Run, that took place at Lake Jarun in Zagreb on Sunday, brought together a record high 7,000 participants and the funds raised from the 17th edition of the race in Zagreb will be donated to the Rudjer Boskovic Institute for cancer research and cytostatic drugs.

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 attended by scientists and experts in marine robotics, biology, archeology, oceanology and security.

Reports: Coric could miss Davis Cup final due to knee surgery

Teenager Borna Coric looks likely to miss Croatia's Davis Cup final at home against Argentina in November as he prepares to undergo knee surgery.

Downtown Zagreb without cars on European Car-Free Day

To mark European Car-Free Day, September 22, downtown Zagreb will be shut to all motorised traffic from 8 am to 8 pm.

Zagreb Film Festival to be held Nov. 12-20

The 14th edition of the Zagreb Film Festival (ZFF) will take place in the Croatian capital from November 12 to 20 , with screenings at the Europa and Tuskanac cinemas.

Tourism Film Festival to take place in Zagreb Sept. 21-24

Next week, for the fifth year in a row, Zagreb will host the International Tourism Film Festival, which will feature 126 films from 44 countries that will compete for 36 awards in different categories, the City of Zagreb Tourism Board (TZGZ) announced earlier this week.

ZSE indices down, 3 stocks generate turnover of more than HRK 1 mln

The Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) indices on Wednesday dropped in relation to Tuesday, with HT, the Croatian Postal Bank (HPB) and Adris being the most traded stocks, with turnovers exceeding one million kuna.

First food outlet opens in Zagreb

Zamboki hopes that other entrepreneurs will catch on to the idea in other Croatian cities and he plans to open a larger store than the current one in downtown Zagreb as well as introduce mobiles stores.

Croatia's conservatives win snap poll, face hard talks

The conservative Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) won snap parliamentary elections at the weekend, but the party faces coalition talks with some difficult partners after its previous government proved to be short-lived. 

Voter apathy marks Croatian snap poll

Croatian voters apparently showed their discontent with politicians in snap parliamentary polls Sunday by largely staying away from polling stations.

Serbia expects Croatia's reaction after attack on Serbian athletes in Zagreb

Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said on Sunday that a recent assault on young Serbian water polo players in Zagreb was ethnically motivated and asked the Croatian police and prosecution to promptly find and prosecute the attackers.

Sluggish start to Croatia's snap parliamentary poll

Voting in Croatia's parliamentary elections got off to a sluggish start early Sunday, in the second poll of its kind in just 10 months.  

Alberto Giacometti's sculptures and drawings to be exhibited in Zagreb

Works of a world-known Swiss artist, Alberto Giacometti, including his sculpture "L’Homme qui marche I" (The Walking Man) will be staged in the Art Pavilion in Zagreb from 21 September to 8 January 2017.

Eurostat: Most inhabitants satisfied with life in Zagreb

Most of the inhabitants of the 28 European Union capital cities are satisfied to live in their city, including 94% of Zagreb's population, the EU's statistical office Eurostat said on Wednesday.

Zagreb to host 2nd Food Film Festival on Sept 8-17

The second Food Film Festival Zagreb, which brings together food, wine and film, will take place in the capital's Zrinjevac Park on September 8-17, featuring over 20 exhibitors, mainly restaurants, bakeries and wineries, as well as 20 films which visitors can watch while eating the dishes featured in them.

Grabar-Kitarovic: Serbia's behaviour, espionage case odd

The prosecutorial authorities in Belgrade said on Friday that the security-intelligence agency BIA had arrested a man, holding both Croatian and Serbian citizenship, on suspicion of espionage

World Literature Festival starting in Zagreb and Split

The fourth annual edition of the World Literature Festival will be held in Zagreb and Split on September 4-11 with the focus on Italian authors and literature.

Serbia arrests alleged spy for Croatia

The Belgrade-based Chief Prosecutor's Office stated on Friday evening that the Serbia's security and intelligence agency (BIA) had arrested a man, who holds both Serbian and Croatian citizenship, on suspicion of espionage, and local media reported that the arrested man of the Serb descent used to be an army officer.

HEP earns HRK 1.2 bln in net profits, invests HRK 175 mln in H1

The HEP power supplier earned net profits in the amount of HRK 1.2 billion in the first half of 2016, which is HRK 276 million more than in the same period last year, and its investments grew by 73% to HRK 174.7 million, shows a financial statement released by that state-owned company.

Croatian FM says Bosnian Serb entity referendum unacceptable

Croatian Foreign Minister Miro Kovac said on Wednesday that a referendum in the Bosnian Serb entity scheduled for September was not acceptable to Croatia and that Croatia expected Serbia's authorities to urge the entity leaders to scrap the referendum.

Mother Teresa travelling photo exhibit coming to Zagreb

A major world travelling photo exhibit, "Mother Teresa: Life, Spirituality and Message", will open in Zagreb on Thursday ahead of the missionary's canonisation set for September 4, the Church of St. Blaise in Zagreb, where the exhibition will be staged, said in a statement on Wednesday.

One injured after hand grenade explosion in Zagreb

In Zagreb at 7:09 this morning an unknown perpetrator is most likely detonated a hand grenade said Zagreb Police Department. 

Economic sentiment in Croatia in August reaches this year's high

Economic sentiment in Croatia in August 2016 reached the highest level this year, on the back of markedly improved confidence in the services sector, a European Commission monthly survey showed on Tuesday.

Zagreb to host 14th World Theatre Festival on Sept. 9-21

Zagreb will host the 14th World Theatre Festival on September 9-21, starting with "The Marriage of Maria Brown", performed at the Croatian National Theatre (HNK) on the 9th by Berlin's Schaubuehne am Lehniner Platz under the direction of Thomas Ostermeier.

IAAF World Challenge Zagreb set for 5-6 Sept.

The 66th edition of the Hanzekovic track and field meeting, one of IAAF World Challenge meetings, will take place in Zagreb on 5-6 September, the event's director Ivana Brkljacic said recently.

Remediation of landfill west of Zagreb completed

Remediation works, worth 100 million kuna (EUR 13 million), at the Trebez waste management site outside Samobor, west of Zagreb, was formally completed on Monday, and on that occasion Social Democrat candidate for parliament Mihael Zmajlovic, visited the non-hazardous waste landfill, explaining that this project had been launched during his term as Environment Protection Minister in the former SDP-led government.

Expectations for Croatian economy worsen in August

Economic expectations for Croatia have worsened in August for the third month in a row, while the current state of the national economy is much better than it was in July, a survey carried out by the German Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and Austria's Erste Bank showed on Thursday.

Zagreb mayor's coalition presents election platform

The Coalition for the Prime Minister presented its election platform in Knin on Wednesday, saying it consisted of five foundations for success, ten main guidelines and ten key decisions.

Kovac: Serbia should rid itself of aggressive Greater Serbia virus

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac on Monday wrote on his Facebook account that the Serbian authorities had still not "rid themselves of the virus of the aggressive Greater Serbia policy and of the Yugoslav Communist system" and that Serbia would not be able to join the European Union until they did so.

Anti-war protest elicits harsh counter-protest

A peaceful anti-war protest was held in Zagreb's main square at 6 pm on Thursday, eliciting a peaceful counter-protest by Croatian war and civil associations and a strong response from representatives of war veterans' associations.

Zagreb records double digit increase in visitor arrivals and overnights in July

In July 2016 Zagreb recorded a 12% increase in tourist arrivals on the year and a 34% increase in overnights, the city tourism authority reported on Thursday, saying that the positive trend would continue in the coming months.

European Universities Games end

The 3rd edition of the European Universities Games, that lasted 14 days, officially ended at a ceremony at Rijeka's Korzo promenade on Monday.

S&P affirms ratings on Zagreb, HBOR, raises rating on Zagrebacki Holding company

Standard & Poor's (S&P) Global Ratings earlier this week affirmed its 'BB/B' long-and short

Cilic, Ivanisevic break up Croatian dream team

Marin Cilic and celebrity coach Goran Ivanisevic have ended their relationships after three years and a US Open title, the ATP number 12 said.

European Universities Games open in Zagreb

The 3rd edition of the European Universities Games opened at a ceremony in Zagreb's Mladost stadium on Wednesday evening.

Conference on integration of the Roma held in Zagreb

Promoting the inclusion of all relevant actors, notably women and the youth, in the implementation of the National Strategy for the Inclusion of the Roma until 2020, was the focus of an introductory conference of the National Platform for the Inclusion of the Roma, held in the Science, Education and Sports Ministry on Tuesday.

World Literature Festival to be held in Sept with focus on Italian literature

The fourth annual edition of the World Literature Festival will be held in Zagreb on September 4-11 with the focus on Italian authors and literature.