Thursday, 16 June 2016

Political Crisis not Affecting EU Funds Withdrawal, but Lack of Reforms is

The Pelješac Bridge project cannot be stopped by any current crisis, but any delays will slow the flow of EU money

Saturday, 11 June 2016

Take the Tram to Velika Gorica; Bike Along the Sava River

Transport investments in the Croatian capital are partially fuelled by EU funds

Friday, 3 June 2016

Croatia Withdraws Twice as Much EU Funds than Previous Year

Minister Tolušić expressed his satisfaction and cited changes and improvements that enabled Croatia to finally reach significant support from available EU funds

Monday, 2 May 2016

EU Funds - Are they Helping to Decentralize or Further Centralize Croatia?

Do all regions in Croatia have a fair shot at EU funds? A very interesting analysis by Šime Erlić, head of the EU funds department in the Zadar City Council.

Monday, 14 September 2015

Vrgorac Featured in a New Brochure Financed by EU Funds

A new brochure - Rural Tourism in Biokovo and the Surrounding Areas features several local businesses from Vrgorac at the first 6 pages.

About the brochure:

"This brochure is printed within the framework of the BBio project - Sustainable development of border regions through preservation of autochthonous breeds and establishment of gene centres in Buhovo and on Biokovo financed by the European Union in the amount of 385.268,43 EUR within the IPA programme for crossborder cooperation Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina, measure 21: environmental protection. Project partners are solely responsible for the content of this brochure, which cannot be considered to reflect the opinion of the European Union."

You can check out the first few pages of the brochure below, thanks to the Vrgorac tourist board.

(all photos: Vrgorac tourist board FB page)

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