ZAGREB, Nov 9 (Croatia Sun News) – The European Commission took account of the Human Rights Watch report when evaluating Croatia’s preparedness to join the Schengen area and concluded that Croatia continued to meet its commitments towards human rights protection, European Commission spokeswoman Tove Ernst said on Friday.
ZAGREB, Nov 7 (Croatia Sun News) – A pregnant Iraqi woman gave birth to a baby girl in the woods near Glina, about 70 km south of Zagreb, after illegally entering Croatia with her husband, police said on Wednesday.
ZAGREB, Nov 6 (Croatia Sun News) – Croatian Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli said on Tuesday that his ministry would soon forward a proposal to the government to okay a quota of 30,000 work permits for foreigners in the tourist sector in 2020.
ZAGREB, Nov 5 (Croatia Sun News) – Ten Syrian families from the Kutina-based reception centre for asylum seekers will be given flats in Karlovac to use for a period of two years, and the Jesuit Refugee Service will be helping them with integration so that they can start providing for themselves later, according to the Jesuit Refugee Service.
ZAGREB, Nov 4 (Croatia Sun News) – Last year, the European Union issued 3.22 million residence permits for non-EU citizens and the figures show that a majority of those non-EU citizens who moved to Croatia in 2018 did it for employment reasons, the Vecernji List daily reported.