Interview of the week
MEP Tonino Picula participated in the "Interview of the week" with Jasmina Popović on Croatian radio.
Interviews: Our Islands are full of potential
MEP Tonino Picula initiated forming of the EP Intergroup for Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas, and he is in charge of islands. His recent meeting with Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds Gabrijela Žalac, who announced new law on islands, shows that he took his job very serious...
BiH needs a new deal
As Head of Delegation of the European Parliament for BiH and Kosovo, MEP Tonino Picula talks about BiH's great temptations, situation in the region and integrations in an interview for Večernji List BiH
Interview for Mreža TV
In an interview for Mreža TV, MEP Picula talked about his work as the Head of Delegation for Relations with BiH and Kosovo, his activites in the Intergroup for Seas, River, Islands and Coastal Areas, where he is in charge of islands.
Intervju za Klix.ba
Zastupnik u Evropskom parlamentu i bivši ministar vanjskih poslova Republike Hrvatske Tonino Picula u razgovoru za Klix.ba govorio je o Rezoluciji Europskog parlamenta o Bosni i Hercegovini, o tome kako je Parlament FBiH osudio Rezoluciju, izmjenama Izbornog zakona BiH, kanalu na hrvatskom jeziku, Daytonu 2, kao i europskom putu Bosne i Hercegovine.
Picula for Telegram
MEP Tonino Picula talks about the EU crisis and Croatia's position ahead of debate on EU's future, policy towards the Western Balkans, Russia and social democracy in Crotia, in his big interview for Telegram.
Interview for the National
MEP Tonino Picula talks about his activities in the European Parliament, current situation in the European Union, abolition of visas between Croatia and USA, reports on the progress of Serbia and Kosovo and comments domestic topics, in an interview for weekly Nacional.
Interview for Dnevni avaz
"My chances depend in what extent and in which direction the party members want to change the existing situation in SDP. After a series of defeats in the elections, two times in ten months and three of four parliamentary elections