17 June 2019
  • 09:44 MAY HOT TOPICS: EC delivers its latest report on progress in Balkans; Merkel supports Croatia’s bid to join Euro and Schengen; Serbia and Bosnia threaten retaliation against Kosovo tariffs; EU elections deliver (almost) expected results in Slovenia and Croatia; Uljanik starts bankruptcy proceedings
  • 14:41 What are the expectations in Western Balkans after the EU elections?
  • 13:22 Top events in June
  • 13:10 Looking for New Identity
  • 13:04 How do shifts in international political economy affect national politics?

This year, the average net income in Croatia is one percent higher than last year. The average salary of a highly skilled worker is 6,143 kuna; a skilled worker gets 4,379 kuna; a semi-skilled worker is on 4,113 kuna; while an  unskilled worker gets 3,698 kuna. Men’s wages are 12 % higher than women’s, according to the data from MojPosao portal.

Kosovo police have released five members of the Serbian community after arresting them earlier today. Police officers suspected their involvement in activities that would disrupt peace and order in Kosovo. The arrests caused a series of angry reactions from Belgrade.

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