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10
December

Croatian islands on their way to clean energy

Through my Action Plan, I have secured another two million euros to help the islands transition to renewable energy
10
December

Picula for Klix.ba

MEP Tonino Picula gave an interview to Klix.ba about new moments within the EU when it comes to policy towards the Western Balkans and BiH.
09
December

The new Commission wants to continue EU enlargement policy

The new European Commission is determined to continue its current EU enlargement policy, said Picula.

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09
December

Enlargement is a clever solution for the EU

The EU must prove that European integration and Union enlargement are not separate processes, Picula said in an interview for Oslobođenje.
05
December

Picula in Ukraine

Picula travels to Ukraine as a part of an ad hoc delegation from the European Parliament's foreign policy committee.
01
December

Only EU enlargement brings stability to the Balkans

The EU should export stability to the Western Balkans in order not to import instability, says MEP Tonino Picula.
27
November

Picula appointed EP rapporteur for the Western Balkans

MEP Tonino Picula has been appointed rapporteur for the European Parliament on the recommendations of the Western Balkans, ahead of the May 2020 summit in Zagreb.
26
November

Croatia among 3 member states most vulnerable to climate change

Global warming threatens the survival of citizens and cultural heritage, both Croatian and European, Croatian MEP Tonino Picula warned.
20
November

Islands got 2 million EUR for energy transition

Today at the Clean Energy Forum for the EU Islands, Tonino Picula outlined the priorities and long-term initiatives of the European Parliament to finance the EU's energy transition.

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12
November

Croatia can contribute to solving European problems during her presidency

MEP Tonino Picula was a guest in Newsroom. He commented on Croatia's EU presidency and other current topics.
09
November

Trump's America is bothered by new EU defense policy

MEP Tonino Picula was a part of an official mission to the USA, where as a coordinator of the S&D parliamentary group and a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, he held a series of meetings with top UN officials, including Secretary General Antonio Guterres in NY, and in Washington met with leading people from the State Department and the US National Security Council.
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