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28
October

VOTE WATCH: PICULA THIRD MOST INFLUENTIAL MEP IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Picula is ranked in the high third place of the Influence Index of 218 MPs who are members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on Human Rights, Security and Defense, and the Committee on Foreign Trade
12
November

The responsibility for Žalac lies with Plenković

Croatian Member of the European Parliament Tonino Picula was a guest on N1 television this morning, where he commented on the Žalac affair and the slowdown in the EU enlargement process
23
October

Visa-Free Travel to the USA!

From now on, Croatian citizens can travel to the United States of America for up to 90 days without a visa

Latest news

22
October

Serbia is exporting its crises to the neighborhood

For the Večernji list, Picula analyzed the progress of the Western Balkan countries and the role of Commissioner Varhelyi in turning a blind eye to Serbia in the enlargement process.
17
October

The EU must put its own interests and those of its members first

In an extensive interview for Novi list, Tonino Picula talks about the Report on EU-US relations, foreign policy priorities, as well as the transformative potential of social democracy in Croatia and beyond.
06
October

550 MPs supported Picula's Report on the USA

By adopting a Report on future EU-US relations, the European Parliament is seeking an equal partnership
05
October

An equal Europe is the best partner for the United States

At today’s plenary session, Croatian Member of the European Parliament and EP Rapporteur for Relations with the United States Tonino Picula presented his Report on the Future of EU-US Relations, which was the main topic of debate, emphasizing the importance of transatlantic partners’ equality in international relations
04
October

EU must cooperate with the USA by strengthening its autonomy

After returning from a week-long working visit to Washington, Croatian MEP and rapporteur for relations with the USA Tonino Picula concluded that the EU must continue to cooperate with the USA, but taking care of strengthening its autonomy
03
October

The EU needs to redefine relations with the US

Picula spoke to Vecernji list about EU-US relations, abolition of visas, and also about expectations from Bosnia and Herzegovina

From media

13
September

Montenegro must preserve its credibility

Croatian MEP and European Parliament’s standing rapporteur for relations with Montenegro Tonino Picula gave an interview to the Montenegrin newspaper “Pobjeda” on September 13th, analyzing the causes and consequences of the incidents that accompanied the enthronement of Metropolitan Joaniki as well as Montenegro’s current position in the EU accession negotiations
08
September

Montenegro faltered in the EU accession process

On September 8, Tonino Picula, Croatian MEP and standing rapporteur for relations with Montenegro gave an interview to the Belgrade newspaper “Danas” on the topic of the brutal events in Cetinje on the occasion of the enthronement of SOC Metropolitan Joaniki II.
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