News: Tourists Slowly Start to Return to Croatia

Dubrovnik
Courtesy CNTB/Ivo Biočina

The Croatian National Tourist Board is reporting that due to the progress of Croatia in dealing with Covid-19, its borders are slowly opening for tourist. Currently entry is allowed for owners of real estate and vessels, who must confirm ownership with documentation at the borders, those who have proven economic/business interests and for tourists who have valid reservations for accommodation or boat charter. Continue reading

Posted in Covid-19/Coronavirus, Tourism

Q and A with Daria Reić, Director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in London

 

Daria Reić

Questions by Brian Gallagher

International tourism has been affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. We spoke with Daria Reić, director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in London about the impact on Croatia. Continue reading

Posted in Business, Covid-19/Coronavirus, Economy, Tourism

News: Croatian Legal System Webinar is Online (Updated)

The 18 May webinar on the Croatian Legal System held by the Centre for the Renewal of Culture and Crodiaspora is online for viewing. The session was very informative. Topics covered included wills, property rights, the difference between the Land Registry and Cadastre and more. Continue reading

Posted in Business, Croats Overseas/Disaspora, Property/Real Estate, Webinar

News: New Resources on Bleiburg

With all the controversy regarding the Sarajevo Mass, some much needed new resources have been made available regarding the Bleiburg Tragedy. They will be of great use to those coming to the subject or who wish to know more. Continue reading

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News: EPP Working Group on Intercultural and Religious Dialogue Members Send Cardinal Puljić a Letter of Support

In light of the attacks against the Catholic Church in Sarajevo for its planned Mass for the victims of the Blieburg Tragedy on Sunday, members the EPP Working Group on Intercultural and Religious Dialogue have sent a letter of support to Cardinal Puljić, the head of the Catholic church in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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Posted in Bleiburg, Croats in Bosnia-Herzegovina, History

English Language Bleiburg Documentary Now Available on YouTube

People wanting to know more about Croatia’s Bleiburg Tragedy can now access – for free – a recent documentary on the matter. The Croatian Film Institute have placed on YouTube  its award winning film “Bleiburg: Tito’s License for Genocide,” by director Nikola Knez. Continue reading

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News: Ask Questions of Croatian Lawyers at a Webinar on 18 May

On Monday 18 May, the Centre for the Renewal of Culture and Crodiaspora will be having  an English language webinar in which questions about Croatian legal issues can be asked. The guests will be Don Markušić, Lawyer and President of the Association of Croatian American Professionals Zagreb, and Monika Maretić, lawyer. They will be discussing what you need to know about the legal system.

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Posted in Business, Property/Real Estate, Webinar