Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry

Croatians to travel to Switzerland with ID cards as of March 11

As of next Friday, Croatian nationals will be able to travel to Switzerland for tourist purposes with valid ID cards, the Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry said on Friday.

Foreign ministry condemns attack on Franciscan guardian in Bac

The Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry on Friday condemned the attack the guardian of the Franciscan monastery in the Vojvodina town of Bac, northern Serbia, and asked that the...

Kovac: We must preserve Europe

"The agreement between Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia in controlling the tide of migrants is functioning well and is a good example of effective cooperation limited to one part...

Kovac for stronger relations with Bosnia, supporting it on EU path

Croatian Foreign Minister Miro Kovac and his Bosnian counterpart, Igor Crnadak, announced in Sarajevo on Friday the strengthening of bilateral relations and Croatia's support to Bosnia and...

FM: Croatia to closely cooperate with neighbours

Croatia will closely cooperate with its neighbours and will address outstanding issues in good spirit and constructively, newly-appointed Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac said in...

President, foreign minister to coordinate foreign policy activities

The president informed the minister about all of her strategic foreign policy guidelines arising from her constitutional powers.

Croatia has no comment on call from arbitral tribunal

"The foreign ministry has no comment, because it is well known that Croatia left the arbitration process, following a unanimous decision of all deputies in the Croatian parliament,"

Croatia deeply shaken by Paris terror attacks

"We are deeply shaken by the events in Paris. We extend our deepest condolences to the victims' families. Croatia is with the people in France,"