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Commissioner Věra Jourová in Zagreb

Zagreb, Kroatië. Kroatisch Nationaal Theater
date February 21, 2019 - February 22, 2019
city Zagreb, Croatia
location Zagreb, Croatia Show location
attending E. (Bandi) Horvat, (Andrej) Plenković i, V. (Vĕra) Jourová i et al.
organisation European Commission (EC) i

Vĕra Jourová in Zagreb, Croatia:

21/2:

meets Mr Andrej Plenković, Prime Minister of Croatia; delivers a speech at the Parliament of Croatia; meets Mr Domagoj Ivan Milošević, Chairman, and Members of the European Affairs Committee of the Parliament; meets Mr Orsat Miljenić, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of the Parliament; and meets Mr Dražen Bošnjaković, Minister for Justice of Croatia.

22/2:

meets Ms Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, President of Croatia; meets Mr Darko Horvat, Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts, Mrs Nataša Mikuš Žigman, State Secretary in the Ministry of Economy;participates in a Citizens' Dialogue at the International Conference EU Global Leadership in the Rule of Law; meets Ms Lora Vidović, Ombudswoman of Croatia; and meets Mr Davor Majetić, Director General of the Croatian Employers Association (CEA/HUP) and Ms Milica Jovanović, Adviser to the Director General for Labour Relations and Human Resources at the Croatian Employers' Association.


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