Zoran Milanović

Prime Minister Milanovic Visits PZ Svirce in the Village of Wine on Hvar

Total Croatia News

After opening the road yesterday, Croatia’s Prime Minister found time for a glass of wine in the heart of Hvar’s ...

A Week in Croatian Politics – Helicopters, Gas Prices and Ivica Todoric

Lauren Simmonds

  Former Agrokor boss Ivica Todoric is thrilled that Index readers stated they’d sooner vote for him as prime minister ...

A Week in Croatian Politics – EU Funds, Earthquake Woes and Mythical Bridges

Lauren Simmonds

Zagreb mayor Tomislav Tomasevic has openly discussed his relationship with Andrej Plenkovic, saying that “of course there is some tension…” ...

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Anger as President Zoran Milanovic’s Son is Granted Scholarship

Lauren Simmonds

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the younger son of President Zoran Milanovic has received a scholarship from the City of Zagreb for ...


A Week in Croatian Politics – Inheritance, Ukrainian Solders and Corruption

Lauren Simmonds

Plenkovic’s latest asset card shows he inherited 80,000 euros The topic of asset cards which showcase what politicians own in ...

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A Week in Croatian Politics – Kosovo, Energy Prices and the Uhljeb Curse

Lauren Simmonds

The government is looking into what it can do when it comes to energy prices after the 1st of April ...

HDZ Claims That Russian Media is Praising President Zoran Milanovic

Lauren Simmonds

As Index writes, HDZ recently took to Facebook in order to publish some of the titles and images of articles published ...

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A Week in Croatian Politics – Davos, Bureaucracy Injections and Price Hikes

Lauren Simmonds

The government is set to introduce a special ID card for state institution employees, a move which will cost millions ...

Croatian President Milanovic: What Should We Be, American Slaves?

Total Croatia News

PRESIDENT Zoran Milanović participated in the commemoration of the 31st anniversary of the international recognition of the Republic of Croatia ...

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A Week in Croatian Politics – Schengen, Bomb Scares and ATM Shortages

Lauren Simmonds

After a lot of nail biting and waiting, Croatian Schengen accession has been officially approved After much deliberation, a lot ...

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