Croatia adopts bill tightening control over arms possession

ZAGREB, Croatia — The Croatian government adopted a bill on Tuesday (20 June) that would establish tighter control and a more thorough licensing process for arms possession. The move aims to reduce illegal possession of weapons.

In other news, the two-day bilateral screening phase for the Energy chapter in Croatia’s accession negotiations with the EU began in Brussels on Tuesday. According to Nikola Ruzinski, the head of the negotiation team for this chapter, Croatian legislation in the energy field is harmonised to a great extent with the EU, but European Commission (EC) representatives have called for better implementation.

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