Croatia

EU SETS UP TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE CROATIA'S COOPERATION WITH ICTY

BRUSSELS, March 23 - European Union leaders agreed on Wednesday to set up a task force for Croatia so as to determine the degree of Croatia's cooperation with the Hague-based UN war crimes tribunal, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg and chairman of th

EU warns Croatia to help in arrest

BRUSSELS The European Union kept up pressure on Croatia on Wednesday to cooperate in the arrest of an indicted war crimes suspect or risk delaying the opening of talks on EU membership, scheduled March 17.

Olli Rehn, EU enlargement commissione

SANADER SAYS THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THAT GOTOVINA IS IN CROATIA

ZAGREB - Prime Minister Ivo Sanader said on Thursday there was no evidence that General Ante Gotovina was in Croatia. All institutions are doing their job and there is no evidence that Gotovina is in Croatia, the PM said commenting on a statement tha
01/04/2005

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MIKSIC TO APPEAL TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT, SEEK NEW ELECTIONS

ZAGREB - Independent presidential candidate Boris Miksic said on Tuesday that he was impressed with yesterday's protest rallies of his disgruntled supporters, but that he distanced himself from the rallies held in front of the offices of the Croatian

Mesic to Face Kosor in Croatian Presidential Runoff

While incumbent Stipe Mesic was well ahead of main rival Jadranka Kosor in Sunday's presidential vote, preliminary results show he fell just short of a first-round victory. The country's next head of state will be elected in a 16 January runoff. (HIN

Croatia: Impunity for war crimes and crimes against humanity must end

Almost ten years after the end of the 1991-1995 armed conflict in Croatia, the Croatian authorities have failed to address fully war-related human rights violations and to bring those responsible to justice. There continues to be widespread impunity

CROATIAN PARTIES URGE EU TO SET UNCONDITIONAL DATE FOR START OF ENTRY TALKS

ZAGREB - All Croatian parliamentary parties adopted a joint declaration on Monday evening calling on the European Council to adopt an unconditional decision on December 17 on a date for the start of talks on Croatia's full membership of the European
11/09/2004

Schengen Agreement May Be Highest Hurdle in Croatia

To meet the criteria of the Schengen Agreement, Croatia will have to introduce visas for some neighbouring countries and establish European border management standards.

The Schengen Agreement -- signed by 13 EU member countries as well
02/12/2004

CROATIA: MEMBERSHIP OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. THE DEVIOUS MANOEUVRES OF THE BRITISH AND THE DUTCH CONTINUE!

Strasbourg, 12 February 2004. In its reply to a question lodged (H-0844/03) by the Radical MEP Olivier Dupuis, the Commission underlines in particular that it "is entirely aware of the state of progress of the process of ratification of the stabilisa
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