... Kortunov, RIAC Director General, had a meeting with Tomislav Car, Ambassador of Croatia to Russia.
The following issues were discussed during the meeting: the results of Croatian presidency of the Council of the European Union, the prospects for bilateral Russia-Croatia relations, as well as trends in the development of the political situation in the Western Balkans region in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and the global economic recession.
... Markus Ederer, Ambassador of the European Union to the Russian Federation; Dmitry Balakin, Deputy Director of the Department of European Cooperation, Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Anvar Azimov, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Croatia; Stribor Kikerec, acting Director General for Southeast Europe at the European External Action Service(Stribor Kikerec, Assistant Minister, Directorate for Southeast Europe, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia); ...
... European Union in the first half of 2020 and plans for holding a conference organized jointly by RIAC and the embassy of the presiding country in 2020 with the participation of the EU Delegation to Russia
On October 9, 2019, Tomislav Car, Ambassador of Croatia to Russia, visited Russian International Affairs Council. The discussion focused on the upcoming Croatian presidency of the European Union in the first half of 2020 and plans for holding a conference organized jointly by RIAC and the embassy of the presiding ...
... Balkan states themselves.
Ekaterina Entina, Dejan Novakovic:
Negotiations on Kosovo 2019 — Opportunities and Limitations for Russia
Long-term Scenario of a “Package” Settlement
The “spontaneous” territorial organization designed for the Balkan ... ... active supporter of the creation of “ethnocentric states”, namely, “great” Albania, “great” Serbia, and “great” Croatia. This scenario would mean the following territorial exchange:
: the Republic of Albania, most ...
... impact on the investment in the country. Each Croatian state leader emphasizes the desirability of Russian capital inflow, but from 1993 to 2011 it amounted to just
, which bears no comparison with Russian-Serbian cooperation.
Russian-Croatian economic relations experienced an uptick in development in 1999-2008, when turnover increased significantly (soaring to $3.2 billion), and Russia became one of Croatia’s top three trade partners
. Energy products form the basis of ...