502 deputies voted for Picula's Report on the new EU enlargement strategy

The expansion of the EU to the Western Balkans is in Croatia's strategic interest. “When we have members of the Union on all our borders, this will enable Croatia to develop in peace and stability”, emphasized the Croatian MEP.

Picula brought falkuša to Strasbourg!

Gajeta falkuša was tied to the mooring in front of the European Parliament

The situation in Montenegro is a threat to long-standing EU ambitions

The head of the delegation for Montenegro, Slovak Vladimir Bilčik, and the permanent rapporteur for Montenegro, Croatian MEP Tonino Picula, published a joint statement on Tuesday

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Picula: HDZ is inclined to attribute to itself the creation of heaven, earth, and Croatia

Croatian member of the European Parliament, Tonino Picula, commented on current political affairs and Croatia's victory at the World Cup in Novi dan for N1.

Upgrading support to Ukraine should not be a point of contention

There is no reason for Croatia not to participate in the European Union's military aid mission to support Ukraine, said Croatian MEP Tonino Picula, who recently visited Kyiv, but the government's poor communication made the issue unpopular and turned it into a point of contention.

U.S. discriminates against its allies

“The U.S. is following a domestic agenda, which is regrettably protectionist and discriminates against U.S. allies,” for Politico said Tonino Picula, Croatian MEP and the European Parliament’s lead person on the transatlantic relationship.

Montenegro slowed dramatically on its way to the EU

In an interview with the Montenegrin portal Vijesti, the Croatian member of the European Parliament and EP Rapporteur for relations with Montenegro commented on the current situation in Montenegro that arose after the changes to the Law on the President and the related citizen protest

The EU must not accept illiberal regimes

Tonino Picula, Croatian Member of the European Parliament and co-author of the new European Union Enlargement Strategy, participated in the forum "Enlargement of the European Union: Challenge and Need" organized by the European Parliament in Croatia, together with Tomislav Sokol, Member of the European Parliament, Vesna Pusić, former Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia and Senada Šelo Šabić, from the Institute for Development and International Relations

No place for misconceptions in the new EU enlargement strategy

Tonino Picula, the Croatian member of the European Parliament and author of the Report with recommendations for the new European Union enlargement strategy, gave an interview to Globus about the aforementioned and analyzed Serbia's relations with the EU and with Russia, sanctions against Russia, the energy crisis, the tendencies of Germany and France, as well as the state of local politics.

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EU doesn’t have a magic wand for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tonino Picula, a respected and influential Croatian member of the European Parliament from the ranks of Socialists and Democrats, has been given an extremely demanding task these days, Večernji list writes in the introduction to a major interview published in the weekend edition of July 2, 2022.

The EU must be ready for an imminent new wave of enlargement

Tonino Picula, Croatian member of the European Parliament and president of the EP Working Group for the Western Balkans, was a guest on the controversial topic of the European Union's enlargement policy in last night's central Dnevnik of HTV and in this morning's show "U mreži Prvog" by Croatian Radio.
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