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.
We need to turn more to our neighbours outside the EU
In an interview with Slobodna Dalmacija, Picula commented on Ukraine, the Western Balkans and our attitude towards these crises The interview was conducted by Hrvoje Prnjak, editor at Slobodna Dalmacija.
The EU must put its own interests and those of its members first
In an extensive interview for Novi list, Tonino Picula talks about the Report on EU-US relations, foreign policy priorities, as well as the transformative potential of social democracy in Croatia and beyond.
The EU needs to redefine relations with the US
Picula spoke to Vecernji list about EU-US relations, abolition of visas, and also about expectations from Bosnia and Herzegovina
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
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.
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
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
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