Category: POLITICS

Serbian president announces round-the-clock curfew for weekend

ZAGREB, April 8 (Croatia Sun News) – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that the state of emergency that has been declared in the country over the coronavirus pandemic could end in a month’s time, but he also announced a round-the-clock curfew to be imposed in Belgrade and Nis this weekend.

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Slovenia reports decrease in new infections, considers restarting economy

ZAGREB, April 7 (Croatia Sun News) – The number of COVID-19 patients in Slovenia rose by 38 on Monday to 1,059, the government reported today, and this seems to indicate that the daily rise of new cases is decreasing.

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EU justice ministers: Extraordinary measures have to be in line with EU values

ZAGREB, April 7 (Croatia Sun News) – European Union member states agree that all extraordinary measures introduced because of the coronavirus pandemic have to be in line with the EU’s fundamental values, Croatia’s EU presidency said in a press release following a video conference of EU justice ministers.

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Slovenia close to passing peak, manages to escape Italian scenario

ZAGREB, April 6 (Croatia Sun News) – Slovenian epidemic experts believe that their country is close to passing the peak of the coronavirus pandemic and that they should know more by the end of the month, stressing that Slovenia had thus far narrowly escaped the Italian scenario.

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Grlic Radman: Health crisis must not become security risk

ZAGREB, April 3 (Croatia Sun News) – The foreign ministers of NATO’s 30 member states held the first virtual meeting in the alliance’s history on Thursday in efforts to improve their cooperation so that the current health crisis does not become a security risk, Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said.

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