Picula on a mission in Beirut

Meets the Acting Prime Minister of Lebanon and non-governmental organizations, from which he calls for free and democratic elections, as conditions for EU assistance

IPA III is an investment in the long-term interests of EU members

As a rapporteur, Tonino Picula gave speech on the adoption of the IPA III package in the European Parliament

Picula: Italians again sabotage protection of Prošek

Due to Italian attempts to suspend the process of protecting the name “Prošek”, Croatian Member of the European Parliament Tonino Picula sent a letter to European Commissioner for Agriculture Janusz Wojciechowski, warning him of repeated Italian efforts to sabotage the protection of originality of our Prošek, which Croatia initiated for the second time since 2013.

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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

Tourists will consume local food

The fight against supply chain fraud, the consumption of local organic food and the measurement of quality for geographical indications are the most important among Picula’s accepted amendments to the Report within the “Farm to fork” strategy

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.

Against abuse of religion for political purposes in Montenegro

In a joint statement, Picula and Bilchik urge the Montenegrin political leaders to minimize tensions following the enthronement of the Metropolitan

NATO remains, but the EU must strengthen its defense capabilities

Picula spoke for Saturday’s Vecernji list about the repercussions of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, relations with the United States and the situation in the SDP

Prošek enlisted in the Official EU Journal

Croatian MEP Tonino Picula successfully managed to incorporate the request for protection of the name Prošek in the Official Journal of the European Union

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Newsletter: January - July 2021

The new newsletter of the Croatian Member of the European Parliament Tonino Picula provides an overview of the most prominent activities from January to July 2021

Enlargement can bring new strength to Schengen

Croatian MEP Tonino Picula gave an interview to Glas Slavonije on June 12th, analyzing in detail a recent European Commission’s decision to expand the Schengen area to include Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania, countries that meet all technical criteria required to be admitted in the zone without border controls between member states
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