Croatia’s accession to the EU has been hailed by MEPs at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The country’s first-ever members, 12 in all, were
“I am leaving Croatia because I want to work on a project that can’t be researched here. My project concerns anti-matter and its properties and
Croatia’s luxury hotel’s in the holiday resort of Kupari have laid derelict for over 20 years. But now state and privately funded projects are
Eco-innovation is a real opportunity for entrepreneurs. Eco-businesses employ a total of 3.4 million people across Europe.
This week, Business
As Serbia and Turkey vie for coveted European Union membership, euronews examines what is at stake for them – and the EU as a whole.
July 1, 2013, is the date of Croatia’s accession to the European Union. The membership brings with it new legal protection and rights. But how
After tough negotiations that lasted many years, Croatia is finally joining the club of European Union nations, becoming its 28th member. In terms of
In the quiet countryside above the Croatian resort of Dubrovnik, a battle is unfolding.
This David and Goliath tale pitches an international
Croatia’s path from a war of independence as the former Yugoslavia broke up reaches a turning point this 1 July, when the new country will join the
This week, I Talk will discusses Croatia’s upcoming EU accession with Mario Nobilo, Croatia’s ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg.
Andrea, in Italy, asks:
“What will the economic consequences be when more countries become members of the European Union in 2013?”
Learning can take place anywhere, any time. It is not necessary to be in a classroom. We explore some non-traditional learning experiences at the
Croatia wants to get a grip on its rivers to generate electricity, upgrade inland waterways and protect from flooding with multi-million euro
By this summer, the Croatian government wants to successfully close its European Union accession negotiations.
This means that no state subsidies
Croatia’s prime minister, Jadranka Kosor, is pushing hard to make her country the EU’s 28th Member State. But the European Union still doesn’t think