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Minister Picula held a speech at the closure of the course “Management of the Defence System”...In his speech held on 12 September 2003 in Zagreb, at the closure of the course “Management of the Defence System”, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, emphasised that Croatia is viewed by the international community today as a reliable partner and the factor of stability in south-eastern Europe.12.09.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula expressed full support of Croatia to the USA in combating international terrorism...Recalling the great loss suffered by the United States of America and the democratic world on 11 September 2001, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, expressed full support of the Republic of Croatia to the USA in combating international terrorism, in a letter forwarded to American State Secretary Colin L. Powell, on the occasion of the 2nd anniversary of the terrorist attack.11.09.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula expressed his condolences for the killing of Ms. Anne Lindh, Swedish Foreign Minister ...On 11 September 2003, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, expressed his condolences for the killing of Ms. Anne Lindh, Swedish Foreign Minister and his “dear friend and colleague”, in a letter of condolence forwarded to the Swedish Prime Minister Göran Person, the Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Sweden and wished that her tragic death should remind us to preserve the values she called for.11.09.2003. | Press releases
Press Release 266/03Concerning the attack on the Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Sweden, Anna Lindh, Croatian MFA Tonino Picula sent his Swedish counterpart a letter with his best wishes for her recovery, expressing his outrage at such an act of brutal violence.11.09.2003. | Press releases
The International Conference of New and Restored Democracies began in Ulan BatorOn 10 September 2003, the International Conference of New and Restored Democracies began in Ulan Bator, capital of Mongolia, attended by high representatives from 120 states. The Croatian delegation, headed by Mr. Darko Bekić, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, and the Government of Mongolia, jointly prepared the Program for Development of the United Nations (UNDP).10.09.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula participated in the work of the Conference on the entry into force of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty...On 3 September 2003, Foreign Minister Picula participated in the work of the Conference on the entry into force of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, in Vienna. Although Croatia is not a nuclear force, it has an important role as a member of the group of states which ratified the Treaty and which are its driving force.03.09.2003. | Press releases
Deputy FM Ivan Šimonović met with the delegation of the Kingdom of Denmark...On 2 September 2003, Mr. Ivan Šimonović, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Croatia, met with the delegation of the Kingdom of Denmark, headed by Mr. Friis Arne Petersen, Permanent Secretary of State with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.02.09.2003. | Press releases
Ambassador Kombol presented credentials to Mr. Mohammad Seyed Khatami, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran...Mr. Marjan Kombol, the Croatian Ambassador to Iran, presented credentials to Mr. Mohammad Seyed Khatami, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, on 31 August 2003.02.09.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula held a speech on the topic "National Security in the Process of Joining the EU and Integration to NATO" at the island of Brijuni...Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs, held a speech on the topic “National Security in the Process of Joining the EU and Integration to NATO”, at the session of the Internal Policy and National Security Committee, which took place today at the island of Brijuni.02.09.2003. | Press releases
Deputy FM Ivan Šimonović presented Croatia's views and positions concerning the intention of Croatia to extend its jurisdiction in the Adriatic to the representatives of foreign diplomatic missions accredited in Croatia who were invited to the Ministry of Deputy Foreign Minister Dr. Ivan Šimonović presented Croatia's views and positions concerning the intention of Croatia to extend its jurisdiction in the Adriatic to the representatives of foreign diplomatic missions accredited in Croatia who were invited to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this morning.02.09.2003. | Press releases