The construction of the Centre cost HRK 56.3 million (€7.5m), and equipment will cost HRK 5.3 million (€707,000). The 130-bed facility is expected to be equipped by October.
Medved said that about 30 people would be hired to work at the Centre and that the selection process was underway.
He said that construction works on similar centres in Daruvar and Petrinja were nearing completion, and that hopefully they would be finished by the end of the year.
The Homeland War Veterans Rehabilitation Centre in Sinj was built with EU funding. HRK 339 million (€45.2m) was invested in the project and 85 percent of this amount was granted by the EU.
The Rehabilitation Centre in Sinj will be one of four such centres in Croatia, along with a recently opened one in Šibenik and the two being built in Daruvar and Petrinja.
Plenković and Medved are due to attend the 307th Sinjska Alka lancing tournament in the afternoon.