ZAGREB, March 19 (Croatia Sun News) – Croatia is one latest countries in Europe to go into lockdown, with all public gatherings being banned and all non-essential shops being closed as of Thursday due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Shops selling necessary food and hygienic products, including such shops in shopping malls remain open.
ZAGREB, March 14 (Croatia Sun News) – Zagreb’s Franjo Tudjman Airport is doing everything in line with border sanitary inspection protocols and, due to that and the whole coronavirus situation, a slower flow of passengers is expected, the airport stated.
ZAGREB, March 11 (Croatia Sun News) – Opatija is hosting a two-day maritime conference as part of Croatia’s presidency of the Council of the EU at which participants are discussing digitisation, safety, environmental protection and boosting the status of maritime careers.
ZAGREB, Sept 7 – A system of unmanned aerial vehicles for safety and cleanliness inspections of the Adriatic Sea was presented at a ceremony at the airport of Brac on Friday.
ZAGREB, Aug 4 – The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), whose primary task is to prevent accidents and pollution at sea, will strengthen safety and protection in the Adriatic Sea, its executive director Maja Markovcic Kostelac stated in an interview.