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Utorak, 02 Lipanj 2020 10:24

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Monthly trading report for May 2020
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Three Croatian destinations among 20 safest post-corona travel spots
Izvor:  Croatia Week
Utorak, 02 Lipanj 2020 10:10

Leading American business magazine Forbes has published a list of the 20 Safest Places For Travel And Tourism Post-Coronavirus which...

Travel Croatia on Budget: Money-saving Tips
Izvor:  Croatia Travel Guide & Blog
Nedjelja, 31 Svibanj 2020 08:46

Travel Croatia on Budget: Money-saving Tips

Visiting Croatia doesn't need to be expensive! Our budget tips will help you save money whether you travel on a tight budget, or planning to treat yourself to a luxury stay in Croatia.

Croatia Travel Guide & Blog


Unique Wine & Food Tours In Split, Croatia
Izvor:  Chasing The Donkey Croatia
Nedjelja, 31 Svibanj 2020 00:00

Take one of these wine or food tours in Split. Choose from a unique trip to local agricultural estate on Šolta, or take a tour in a 19th Century wine cellar in Imotski.

Hideaway On This Hill With A Glass Of Wine (Plus 4 Things To Do In Ilok)
Izvor:  Chasing The Donkey Croatia
Nedjelja, 31 Svibanj 2020 00:00

Take your vacation on this hill in Slavonia. Ilok is known for great wine & this guesthouse makes the perfect hideaway to drink it. Plus we share 4 things to do in Ilok.

News: Croatian Statehood Day Music Online from the BBC and Live Tonight from the Croatian National Theatre
Izvor:  Croatia Business Report
Subota, 30 Svibanj 2020 17:30

Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb
Courtesy CNTB/Ivo Bio�ina

Happy Croatian Statehood Day – now back on the 30 May. Celebrate by listening to two concerts. First, the BBC in the early hours broadcast 6 hours of Croatian music mark the day. The good news is that it can be listened to- anywhere in the world –  for the next 29 days ontheir iplayer service here.

Furthermore, there will be a gala concert tonight at 20.00 CET from the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb. Anyone will be able to watch this via the Croatian Government’s Official Twitter account of its Presidency of the EU Council. You do not need to be on Twitter to see it. Watch it here. 

 


Visiting Croatia in 2020: Here is what you need to know
Izvor:  Croatia Travel Guide & Blog
Subota, 30 Svibanj 2020 08:13

Visiting Croatia in 2020: Here is what you need to know

Planning to spend the summer 2020 in Croatia? In this post, we explain everything you need to know if you plan to visit Croatia in 2020.

Croatia Travel Guide & Blog


News: Sarajevo Mass – Complaint by International Lawyer Luka Misetić to the Council of Europe
Izvor:  Croatia Business Report
Subota, 30 Svibanj 2020 00:14

The fall-out from the Sarajevo Mass continues. The Mass, held under the auspices of Cardinal Vinko Puljić, held to remember the victims of what is known as the Bleiburg Tragedy, was misrepresented being a commemoration of Nazi collaborators. Few in the media troubled themselves to check Cardinal Puljić’s words, despite being available in English at the BiH Catholic Church website. One such attack came from a surprising quarter – the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, herself from Sarajevo, in a statement and comments she made on Twitter. Surprising, as her comments sided with the protesters and not the Church and victims of communism. An odd attitude, given the European bodies have condemned Communism as well as Fascism.

Now, international lawyer Luka Misetić has written a letter of complaint to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, the Croatian Marija Pej�inović Burić. Croatian-American Luka Misetić was the lawyer who successfully defended Croatian General Ante Gotovina, seeing him acquitted on all charges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the Hague in 2012.

In his letter, directly quoting Mijatović, Misetić says she “is entitled to her own personal political beliefs. This is not subject to dispute. However, in her capacity as Commissioner, Ms. Mijatović is not entitled to use the office of the Commissioner for Human Rights to defend her personal political and military heroes (the partisans and communists) from attempts to commemorate crimes they committed.”

He further says: “..Commissioner Mijatović’s actions in this case directly undermine Resolution 1481 (2006) of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, which expressed the “Need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian communist regimes..”

He asks that Burić refer the matter to relevant oversight bodies, to assess matters and take action if necessary. He also suggests as a first step that Mijatović acknoledges the Bleiburg Tragedy, and that she calls on Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina to distance themselves from these crimes and to unambiguously condemn them.

The full letter, worth reading in its entirity, can be seen as a pdf: Letter – Marija Pejcinovic Buric


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