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24
February

Picula obtains EP mandate for US relations recommendations

Tonino Picula, Croatian Member of the European Parliament and EP standing rapporteur for US Relations, met with William Keating, Chairman of the US Congressional Committee for Europe, Energy, Environment and Cyber Security, on 23 February, following a decision by the EP's Foreign Affairs Committee regarding the MEP’s outset for recommendations on EU-US relations
14
April

Adopted Picula's report on Montenegro

Croatian Member of the European Parliament Tonino Picula, as Rapporteur for Relations with Montenegro, successfully completed the Progress Report on Montenegro in 2019 and 2020 and was officially adopted by the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament on 14 April 2021.
25
March

Picula’s report: 69 billion euros to EU regions for green projects

European Parliament adopted Picula's report on Cohesion Policy as a key tool in the fight against climate change and a fair energy transition

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24
March

EU causes internal crisis by muddling the vaccination campaign

Picula spoke to Globus newspaper about his report on relations with the United States and the current vaccine situation in the EU
27
February

Jumping vaccination queues in EU states elicits resignations

Picula commented for N1 television on vaccination in Croatia and the Commission's missteps in the EU, relations with the United States and the shortcomings of Croatia's National Recovery and Resilience Plan
27
February

2nd phase of the Clean energy for EU islands launched

In the spring of 2021, an application is expected to be issued to which islanders will be able to submit project descriptions and apply for technical assistance.
23
February

Environmentally neutral EU - the largest European project

Croatian Member of the European Parliament and S&D Coordinator Tonino Picula answered three questions from Jutarnji list today, based on re-problematizing the extremely important topic of climate change, that is suppressed and ignored by the flaming pandemic
19
February

EU should use “smart power”

Croatian Member of the European Parliament Tonino Picula took part today, 19 February, in an online conference on new EU-UK relations, organized by the European Parliament's Office in Croatia, to discuss the political, economic and social consequences of the UK's exit from the EU.
28
January

Marine industries and islands crucial for energy transition success

On 28 January, Tonino Picula, Croatian Member of the European Parliament and Chairman of the EP Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands, and Coastal Areas, together with Commissioner for Environment, Oceans, and Fisheries Virginijus Sinkevičius, opened the conference “A blue dimension to the Green Deal: the way towards a sustainable recovery of the blue economy in Europe” organized by the mentioned Intergroup

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19
January

Biden will clean up in his backyard first

Picula commented on US-EU relations in the wake of the inauguration
15
December

EEZ protects fishing and national interests

Croatian Member of the European Parliament and Chairman of the Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal areas, Tonino Picula, participated in a discussion on the Croatian Radio and Television's Otvoreno on December 14th regarding the current declaration of an exclusive economic zone in the Adriatic.
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