ZAGREB, May 7 (Croatia Sun News) – The Croatian government has secured emergency aid in the amount of HRK 20,000 per household for the necessary protection and repair of buildings damaged in the March 22 quake that hit Zagreb and its environs, and it will soon put to public consultation a bill on the reconstruction of buildings.
ZAGREB, May 4 (Croatia Sun News) – Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said that Croatia would send protective gear to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Montenegro and that shipments were worth HRK 1.2 million (€158,000).
ZAGREB, April 28 (Croatia Sun News) – President Zoran Milanovic met with a delegation of freelance artists who informed him of the unenviable situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, because a majority of freelancers in creative industries are not covered by any government aid scheme.
ZAGREB, April 21 (Croatia Sun News) – The head of the Zagreb City office for local government Renata Simon said that the City had started distributing building material as emergency aid for citizens whose homes were damaged in the March 22 earthquake.
ZAGREB, April 15 (Croatia Sun News) – The Association of Croatian American Professionals (ACAP) has raised over $160,000 to help Croatian hospitals purchase medical equipment and supplies after the March 22 earthquake in Zagreb and the COVID-19 pandemic.