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Croatia 2016

Croatian – Serbian regional cooperation

Davor Romic

Davor Romić, Croatian Agriculture Minister

Croatia is Open to All Forms Of Cooperation

Serbia and Croatia were until recently members of the same community, integral parts of a single country, while today they are the closest of neighbours, who have good cooperation in various fields because there is mutual willingness and scope for cooperation
Luka Burilovic

Luka Burilović, President of the Croatian Chamber of the Economy

We Can Do Better

Serbia and Croatia have the potential to work together better than has been the case to date, from joint investments to joint exports. On the global scale, our economies are both small, but through joint forces we can count on larger markets, simpler business start-ups on third markets and better references
Marko Cadez

Marko Čadež, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce

Business is Like Water

It is easier for businesspeople than politicians to find common ground and remove obstacles, and they do so by identifying points of mutual interest and accentuating mutually beneficial things, profit and success. The principles and customs that rule the business world can certainly greatly contribute to political normalisation
Gordan Markotic

H.E. Gordan Markotić, Croatian Ambassador to Serbia

While There Are Neighbours, There Will Be Open Issues

Croatia strives to help Serbia in its European integration process, and the issues highlighted in this process are important both for Serbia and for the whole process of building sustainable peace, security and reconciliation in this part of Europe. For them, the European framework is relevant, rather than the bilateral one
Marija Radulovic

Marija Radulović, President of the Croatian Business Club

Businesspeople Speak the Language of Cooperation

Strengthening economic cooperation between Croatia and Serbia contributes to progress in the entire region, and withstands the challenges posed by occasional political disputes. The operations of members of the Croatian Business Club, in which colleagues share their experiences about the challenges of European integration and jointly participate in international programmes and initiatives, is a good example of constructive responses to transient tensions
Branko Roglic

Branko Roglić, President of Orbico Group

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Comment

Business people In Favour Of Cooperation

Although they belong to different worlds, with Croatia in the family of European countries and Serbia in the group of candidate countries, the businesspeople of the two countries have similar concerns, in terms of how to raise their efficiency and survive under conditions of harsh competition – where it is possible through combined forces
Folk group from Koprivnica

Culture

A Small Country With a Rich Cultural Tradition

Traditional Croatian culture is characterised by exceptional diversity. Ecological conditions and the influences of the cultures with which the Croats have come into contact through history (Mediterranean, Central European, Ancient Balkan, Oriental, etc.), have resulted in the development of three specific regional cultures: Pannonian, Dinaric and Adriatic

Tourism

Hvar Cycling Heaven On Sunshine Island

Cyclicts of all ages gathered on the island of Hvar in early June to take part in the 5th Jubilee Cycling Through Heritage Race. The race started in front of the bastioned summer house of Renaissance poet Petar Hektorović in the town of Stari Grad. The goal of the race was to make a link between sports and the historical heritage of the island's central part
Sinjska Alka

Sinjska Alka 5th - 7th August

A 300-Year-Old Knights’ Tournament

In 1715, the town of Sinj, located in the southern inland part of Dalmatia, Croatia was under attack by 10,000 strong Ottoman Army. Wanting to occupy Sinj, the Ottomans had reached the edge of town and were close to taking ownership. The battle for Sinj was brutal, with just 1,500 defenders the local priests of Sinj prayed to the Almighty for the town to be saved
Dubrovnik

Tourism

Croatia’s Top 10 Must Sees In 2016

Stretching along the Adriatic Sea, just a stone’s throw from Central Europe, Croatia is a country defined by a rich cultural legacy. Today, history perfectly combines with a youthful spirit and vibrant energy that prove irresistible to those seeking diversity. Breath-taking natural beauty, endless coastlines, diverse gastronomy, adventure, sports and wellness, can be enjoyed all year round.
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