Questions to the EU Commission
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.
Croatian tourism needs urgent access to EC financial package
The EU financial assistance to tourism is intended primarily for SMEs
Picula asked Commission to help winemakers
EU wine producers' revenue could be reduced by 50 percent and sales volume by 35 percent
URGENT EU FUNDS AGAINST CORONAVIRUS FOR WESTERN BALKANS
S&D asked the Commission to allow Western Balkan countries to use EU funds to fight coronaviruse
Picula asks EC funding for those affected by corona virus
Picula believes EC needs to have a plan and resources in place to help countries worst hit by the decline in tourist traffic
How will the EC prevent a repeat of the Ranitidine case?
Considering the news that medicines containing the active substance ranitidine are being withdrawn from the Croatian and EU markets, MEP Tonino Picula sent two questions to the European Commission on how to protect consumers.
Picula: What are your plans for the islands in the next EU budget?
MEP Tonino Picula sent a priority question to the European Commission on reducing disparities between the levels of development of various regions in the 2021-2027 multiannual financial framework proposal.
Don't ban tungsten lighting in theaters!
At the initiative of theater and drama representatives. MEP Tonino Picula sent a request to the European Commission, about the announced ban on tungsten lighting in theaters. He asked ansition period be extended from two to ten years or that stage art is still treated as an exception.
When will you unblock Croatia's entry into OECD?
MEP Tonino Picula asked the European Commission for support regarding Croatia's joining the OECD and asked how will they react to the fact that Croatian membership is being blocked by Slovenia and Hungary.