Statement by the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb

EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Public Affairs Office For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY THE U.S. EMBASSY June 29, 2017 We are aware of the decision issued by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on the instruction of the Arbitral Tribunal in the arbitration between the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Slovenia. ...
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United States Repudiates Neo-Nazi March

EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Public Affairs Section Zagreb, Croatia ______________________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release                                                                                          February 27, 2017   United States Repudiates Neo-Nazi March   Zagreb, Croatia – The U.S. Embassy rejects, in the strongest terms, neo-Nazi and pro-Ustasha views expressed during the demonstration of a few people in Zagreb on Sunday.  We condemn ...
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Postponement of Meeting of Foreign Ministers

The Embassy of the United States confirms that the only reason for the postponement of Secretary Kerry’s meeting with Foreign Minister Kovač was mutual scheduling conflicts. The relationship between the United States and Croatia remains strong. The United States and Croatia mutually agreed to reschedule this bilateral visit on another date.
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Statement by the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb

EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Public Affairs Office For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY THE U.S. EMBASSY August 12, 2015 The U.S. Embassy in Zagreb is deeply disturbed by the reported murder of Croatian citizen Tomislav Salopek by an ISIL-affiliate.  Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and the people of Croatia.  If confirmed, ...
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Statement by the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb

We understand that several media outlets have published a story claiming that U.S. Marines detained Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Evelin Tonković and Head of the Office for Special Security Željko Renić on the grounds of the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb.  This story is completely untrue.  No such incident occurred. The U.S. Embassy values its ...
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