Similar tests are expected to be introduced to visitors from Spain and Greece.
Croatia will start a staged easing next week of coronavirus lockdown measures it introduced more than a month ago, beginning by opening more shops and running public transport in cities, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic called on citizens to remain outside their homes amid potential aftershocks. Plenkovic and Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic also appealed for people rushing onto the streets to keep social distances from each other as the country struggles to contain the spread of coronavirus. So far, Croatia has reported 206 cases of the virus and one death.
The first preliminary official results are expected at 1900 GMT
Milanovic and Grabar-Kitarovic will face in a run-off on Jan. 5, 2020.
Member of the European Parliament (MEP) David Casa is heading a delegation to Croatia. The delegation, made up of the EP's Employment...
In the latest rankings published in a global index of perceived levels of corruption, Malta has doubled its position since it was included.According to...
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