All posts tagged Croatia

  • Croatian PM ‘unfair’ with Prince Charles, Serbian PM Vucic says
    March 15, 2016, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was “angered” by his Croatian counterpart’s decision to show 1990s war memorabilia to the Prince of Wales. Croatian media reported that premier Tihomir Oreskovic presented […]

  • Merkel criticises closing of Balkan route
    March 10, 2016, by Deutsche Welle

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticised Balkan nations for closing borders to migrants. In the past 24 hours four Balkan states have closed their borders to migrants without documents and […]

  • Macedonia closes the Balkan refugee route
    March 9, 2016, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    As of midnight, the Republic of Macedonia has closed its border to refugees, not allowing their entry. This decision followed the decisions by Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia not to accept any […]

  • Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia move to close migrant route
    March 9, 2016, by Deutsche Welle

    EU member Slovenia on Tuesday announced all migrants without a valid Schengen visa would be denied entry as of midnight, a decision that Serbia said, “practically closes the Balkan route.” […]

  • Croatia has bigger problems than minister’s Nazi hat
    February 21, 2016, by Deutsche Welle

    Croatia’s government pledged sweeping financial changes, but has so far only delivered pitched ideological debate. Culture Minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic has especially been thrust into the spotlight. The past always catches […]

  • The Balkan route to Western Europe for Yugoslavia guns
    December 6, 2015, by Deutsche Welle

    Many weapons on Europe’s black market come via the Balkans. The terrorists in the Paris attacks allegedly used such weapons. The illegal arms trade from the Balkans is a security […]

  • Migrant arrivals in Europe in 2015 approach 900 000 mark
    November 27, 2015, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The number of migrants, including refugees, that have arrived in Europe by land and sea since the beginning of 2015 is more than 898 000, according to the International Organization […]