Parliament Adopts National Development Strategy Until 2030

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The strategy received 77 votes in favour, 59 against and 2 abstentions.

“We want a Croatia that by 2030 will be a competitive, innovative and safe country, with a recognisable identity and culture, a country with preserved resources, good living conditions and equal opportunities for all,” Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said.

In order to achieve that vision the strategy is focused on four development areas (sustainable economy and society, strengthening their resilience to crises, a green and digital transition, and balanced regional development) as well as 13 strategic objectives and 23 impact indicators.

Parliament also endorsed the prime minister’s report on European Council meetings held in 2020, with 78 votes in favour of the report.

Report on COVID activities adopted

A report on the effects of measures implemented in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic from March 2020 to mid-January this year was adopted with 77 votes in favour.

All the measures implemented were directed at protecting human health. They were proportional and did not impact anyone’s basic rights, Health Minister Vili Beroš explained noting that the COVID-crisis has cost more than HRK 2.5 billion.

“We do not know what awaits us, what the new virus will bring, but so far we have responded to this threat well,” he said.

A report on the work of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in 2019 was also adopted.


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