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Interviews

02
October

We’ll leverage the Green Plan only by enhancing capacities

Croatian Member of the European Parliament and President of the EP Intergroup for Seas, Rivers, Islands, and Coastal Areas, Tonino Picula, gave an interview to Glas Slavonije on October 3rd, talking about the real European ambitions of the Green Plan, digital and energy transition
30
September

More money, initiative, and opportunity for islanders

Croatian MEP and President of the EP Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands, and Coastal Areas Tonino Picula gave an interview to Slobodna Dalmacija on September 30th, referring to current topics of the European Green Deal, clean energy, and the great success of Croatian islands related to the energy transition
07
September

EU encircled by “ring of fire”

Croatian MEP and standing rapporteur for relations with the USA gave a big interview for Obzor, Saturday’s issue of the daily newspaper Vecernji list, referring to the internal party elections and the foreign policy topics he deals with the most in Brussels.
20
June

Five answers to Parliament Magazine

Tonino Picula spoke to Parliament Magazine about his favorite books and memories, but also about local politics
10
June

We need “glocalized” economy

In an interview for Lider, Tonino Picula spoke about tensions in trade relations between EU, USA, and China.
08
June

Protests in the USA galvanize existing crisis

In an interview for Novi list, Croatian Member of the European parliament, and recently elected standing rapporteur for relations with the United States of America, Tonino Picula commented on the current situation in the U.S.
05
May

EU needs solidarity and corona bonds to recover

The EU should not wait for the economic boom in Germany to help the weakest members recover, Picula pointed out
03
May

COVID must not be pretext for authoritarian outbursts

For Slobodna Dalmacija, Dalmiatia's weekly, Picula estimated that the government did not have a constitutional foundation for some of its decisions in managing the crisis
28
April

Vučić goes further and further from democratic standards

For the media in Montenegro and Serbia, Picula commented on EU assistance to these countries in the fight against COVID-19, the violation of democratic standards, and the road to the EU
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