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Minister Picula met Mr. Gerald Ansbro, Ambassador of Ireland accredited to the Republic of Croatia...On Friday, 30 May 2003, Mr. Gerald Ansbro, Ambassador of Ireland to the Republic of Slovenia, accredited to the Republic of Croatia, was received by Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia.30.05.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula met Mr. Jan Petersen, Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Norway...On Thursday, 29 May 2003, Mr. Jan Petersen, Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Norway met Mr. Tonino Picula, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Croatia at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia where they held official bilateral talks of the two delegations.29.05.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula met Mr. Michael Leigh, new Deputy Director General of the EC's External Relations Directorate...On 27 May 2003, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister, met Mr. Michael Leigh, new Deputy Director General of the EC's External Relations Directorate, in the margins of the Regional Table of the Stability Pact in Cavtat.27.05.2003. | Press releases
Minister Picula met a group of leading Croatian businessmen and heads of leading Croatian companies...On Monday, 26 May 2003, Mr. Tonino Picula, the Croatian Foreign Minister met a group of leading Croatian businessmen and heads of leading Croatian companies at the Croatian Foreign Ministry: Mr. Ivica Mudrinić, President of the Management Board of the Croatian Telecommunications, Mr. Željko Čović, President of the Management Board of Pliva, Mr. Rajko Pfaff, Deputy President of the Management Board of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Mr. Emil Tedeschi, President of the Management Board of Atlantic Group, Mr. Darko Martinac, President of the Management Board of Podravka, Ms Ljerka Puljić, Senior Executive Vice-President of Agrokor, Mr. Franjo Luković, President of the Management Board of Zagrebačka banka and Ms. Lidija Horvatić, Director of International Relations of the Croatian Association of Employers.26.05.2003. | Press releases
Deputy MFA Dr. Ivan Šimonović was on an official visit to Switzerland...On 23 May the Deputy MFA Dr. Ivan Šimonović was on an official visit to Switzerland where he was received by Mr. Yves Christen, President of the National Council and the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation. He also had formal talks with the State Secretary of the Foreign Ministry Mr. Franz von Däniken. 23.05.2003. | Press releases
Croatian MFA is pleased with the adoption of the resolution 1483 on Iraq of the UN Security Council....The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia is pleased with the adoption of the resolution 1483 on Iraq of the UN Security Council.23.05.2003. | Press releases
Croatian MFA welcomes the Communication of the European Commission on Western Balkans and the European Integration...The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia welcomes the Communication of the European Commission on Western Balkans and the European Integration, adopted on 21 May 2003.22.05.2003. | Press releases
Press Release following the cover story in the weekly magazine Nacional...Following the cover story in the weekly magazine Nacional, "Who is the long-sought bully from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs", and for the sake of correct public information, we wish to give this statement: Ljubomir Čučić was the Croatian ambassador to Belgium from 8 January to 31 August 2001. During that period he had the status of a short-term employee of the Ministry, to the effect that his work contract was to expire with the end of his mandate.21.05.2003. | Press releases
Croatian Ambassador to UNESCO, Mrs. Neda Ritz, entertained two groups of ambassadors...During the Festival of Croatian Gastronomy in Paris from 12 to 25 May 2003, organised by the National Tourist Board of Croatia, the Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to UNESCO, Mrs. Neda Ritz, entertained two groups of ambassadors of the member states of this organisations.21.05.2003. | Press releases
Croatia MFA is doing everything it can in order to resolve the situation of the hijacked ship "Benty" with a Croatian crew...The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia is doing everything it possibly can in order to peacefully resolve the situation of the hijacked ship "Benty" with a Croatian crew of seven, and that Croatian seamen be safe.20.05.2003. | Press releases