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23
September

Šibenska narodna glazba performs in Brussels

Šibenska narodna glazba will perform tomorrow in the European Parliament, at the invitation of MEP Tonino Picula.
06
September

Enlargement still the strongest EU tool for the Western Balkans

In Helsinki, Picula stressed the importance of the EU membership perspective for the countries of the region.
15
May

Manual on the Protection of traditional Products - II. edition

The office of MEP Tonino Picula published the second edition of the "Traditional products and the EU quality schemes" manual. Summarizing our existing experience, we want to encourage new manufacturers to have their products in the list of those with European quality labels.
11
May

Picula visited Ivanić-Grad

First on the SDP list for the European elections Tonino Picula and his colleagues, hanged out with citizens at the town market in Ivanić-Grad.
29
April

Work in Europe - Results for Croatia

In his five-year term in the European Parliament, Tonino Picula was involved and responsible for many projects. In the brochure 'Work in Europe - Results for Croatia', Office Tonino Picula presents a review of some of the most important ones.
22
March

The islands have solutions, they just need the support of the central government

Picula gathered the leading people of island self-government units involved in the WASAC project, as well as representatives of the Ministries of Environment and Energy, as well as the Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds, on a meeting in Zagreb.
21
March

Contest for Energy Independent Islands

The European Commission issued a call for applications for the first edition of the RESponsible Island Prize competition dedicated to the islands with innovative and sustainable local production of electricity, heat, cooling and transportation energy.
19
March

Cities connect us to the Union of Dialogue

Today, the European Parliament in Brussels, organized by Croatian MEP Tonino Picula, hosted a roundtable "City-based diplomacy based on culture", during which the project Rijeka 2020 - European Capital of Culture was presented.
11
March

Croatian islands embarked in an energy transition

The EU's Clean Energy Secretariat, which Croatian MEP Tonino Picula helped launch and finance, held energy transition workshops this weekend, attended by representatives from Brač, Cres, Hvar, Korčula and Lošinj.
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