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Today, the United Nations celebrate its 58th anniversary...Today, the United Nations celebrate its 58th anniversary. The Republic of Croatia was admitted to the UN in 1992. Despite deficiencies of such a complex organisation with 191 Member States, the UN has proved to be irreplaceable in seeking resolutions for armed conflicts around the world, as well as for economic and social problems, thus contributing to the building and preservation of peace, and the creation of better conditions for the life of our community.24.10.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula sent his warm congratulations to the newly-appointed Cardinal, Josip Bozanić...The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tonino Picula, has sent his warm congratulations to the newly-appointed Cardinal, Josip Bozanić, with his best wishes for successful service in this high office, and expressing his belief that it will be to the benefit of the Catholic Church at large, the local Church in Croatia, and the whole Croatian nation.21.10.2003. | Press releases
Consultations between the competent ministries of Croatia and Austria...On 21 October 2003, return consultations between the competent ministries of Croatia and Austria took place.21.10.2003. | Press releases
Six Croatian sites and monuments were presented at the Nikko Festival in Japan...Six Croatian sites and monuments added to the UNESCO's World Heritage List were presented within the four-day programme of the Nikko Festival in the same named Japanese city, held from 16 to 19 October 2003.21.10.2003. | Press releases
Croatia was elected to the Executive Committee of the World Tourism Organisation...On Saturday, 18 October 2003, the Republic of Croatia, together with Italy, Turkey and Bulgaria, was elected to the Executive Committee of the World Tourism Organisation (WTO) at the Regional Committee for Europe, within the 15th General Assembly of the WTO, that is being held in Beijing. Ms. Pave Župan Rusković, Croatian Minister of Tourism, was elected as Vice-President of the 15th session of the WTO General Assembly.21.10.2003. | Press releases
Croatian Deputy FM, Mr. Ivan Šimonović was in a one-day working visit to Ireland...On 20 October 2003, Mr. Ivan Šimonović, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Croatia, was in a one-day working visit to Ireland. Mr. Šimonović met with Mr. Dick Roche, Minister of State for European Affairs of Ireland, Mr. Eoin O'Leary, Assistant Secretary at the European and International Affairs Division, and Mr. Michael Woods, Chairman of the Joint Foreign Affairs Committee of the Parliament.21.10.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula met with the leading Croatian businessmen...On 20 October 2003, on the occasion of the last preparations for their forthcoming visit to Brussels, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, met with the leading Croatian businessmen at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.20.10.2003. | Press releases
A mistake has been in the piece of news No. 3741 published by the Croatian News AgencyA mistake has been in the piece of news No. 3741 published by the Croatian News Agency under the title “Kraljević: Italian Parliament shall ratify the SAA on Friday”. Mr. Drago Kraljević, the Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the Italian Republic said that there was a possibility that the Italian Parliament would put the ratification of the Croatian SAA on the agenda, and not that the SAA would be ratified on Friday.16.10.2003. | Press releases
Photographs by Ms. Marija Braut was opened at the facilities of the Media Centre in BernOn 16 October 2003, the exhibition of photographs by Ms. Marija Braut was opened at the facilities of the Media Centre in Bern. The author of the exhibition, Mr. Darko Bekić, Assistant Foreign Minister of the Republic of Croatia, and a representative of cultural and public life of Bern and diplomatic corps were present at the opening.16.10.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula met with Mr. Gilberto Gil, the Brazilian Culture Minister...On 15 October 2003, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, met with Mr. Gilberto Gil, the Minister of Culture of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the first Brazilian high official to visit the Republic of Croatia.15.10.2003. | Press releases