On the occasion of the Day of the Fall of Bastille in the garden of the Embassy of France in Kalemegdan, the editorial staff of the magazine “Diplomacy & Commerce” staged a photo shooting of the Croatian Ambassador H. E. … Continue reading
In commemoration of the Constitutional Decision on Independence and Sovereignty, which the Parliament passed on June 25, 1991, which began the process of separating Croatia from Yugoslavia, the Republic of Croatia celebrated that day as the Statehood Day.
· The first ICO (Initial Coin Offering) related to cooking is held in Croatia, and will allow anyone who likes cooking to offer their services on the market · Transactions within the CookUp will be performed by exchanging CHEF Tokens … Continue reading
Sonja Lapatanov I met the charismatic Dinko Bogdanić in Dubrovnik back in 1970. That year, Maurice Bejart’s The 20th Century Ballet had a guest appearance at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival with ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Due to a series of lucky … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Pan-Slavism has drowned itself in its own problem, namely there isn’t a group of European nations that is so sharply divided like the Slavs. The Romans are all Catholics apart from the Romanians, Moldavians and a small … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević When everything fails, call tourism for help. Of course, this is a mantra for countries that don’t have perfectly stable revenue sources like Greece or Turkey. Even Dubai or Qatar have nothing against making a buck for … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević If you think that this information is just a typical spin of the Croatian government, which is something that has been rampant lately everywhere, than you are sorely mistaken. It is the eminent Bloomberg that has ranked … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Just like any nation that has strong national folklore and identity, while, at the same time, gravitating towards the West, Croatia is placed somewhere in-between worlds, with a deep footing in pop-rock culture and partially in folklore … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Croatia has a bigger and more competitive economy than Serbia and stronger institutions thanks to its accession to the European Union, but Serbia has a bigger potential for the simple reason that this potential is yet untapped. … Continue reading
While past issues make our bilateral relations delicate, I believe that at this moment we should focus our energy on current and future aspects of our cooperation. This is especially important in light of the fact that Croatia is a … Continue reading
Diplomacy&Commerce Croatia magazine was launched on November 6th 2017 at the residence of UK Ambassador in Zagreb. The launch party was attended by many illustrious guests from the cultural, political, business and diplomatic community of Croatia.
The new member of Diplomacy&Commerce family, the Croatian issue is going to be available from Tuesday, 7th of October, in Croatia! A result of years of expertise, this new magazine will be available via subscription and mail lists.
Australian Ambassador H E Julia Feeney and her husband Mr Anthony Feeney organised a farewell party in Australian residence in Belgrade for two great friends ending their terms as ambassadors in Belgrade, H E Philip Pinnington of Canada and H … Continue reading
The Statehood Day and the Croatian Armed Forces Day were jointly marked by the Embassy of Croatia in Belgrade.
Marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatically recognised independence from 1992, Croatian Embassy in Belgrade celebrated it with a concert.
There is enough room to increase economic cooperation in almost all areas in which Serbia and Croatia cooperate. I am confident that there will be a new wave of good Croatian investments in Serbia and vice versa, as well as … Continue reading
All of the future activities of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (CCC) will be directed towards creating simpler, easier and more competitive business conditions for our members, and providing assistance in creating new values
Not many countries in the world emerged as a merger of two eponymous countries from the Early Middle Ages, but Croatia did. At least we were told so: there were Pannonian Croatia (of Sava Croatia), and Maritime Croatia. Two types … Continue reading
Last year, Croatia generated about 9,5 billion EUR in tourism revenue. Apart from now traditional guests from the EU countries, we have been getting more and more tourists from remote parts of the world which are attracted not only to … Continue reading
Croatia is, like few others, at the very crossroads. Not at any crossroads, but at “the” crossroads. A Darko Rundek, famous Croatian singer once said, “Life on the frontier is dangerous and tough…” and to be the border nation of … Continue reading