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Uspostavljena suradnja između grada Tychy i grada Karlovca

Izaslanstvo grada Karlovca na čelu sa zamjenicom gradonačelnika Ivanom Fočić zajedno sa počasnim konzulom sa sjedištem u Krakovu, te nadležnošću za malopoljsko, podkarpatsko i šlesko vojvodstvo Pawełom Włodarczykom i veleposlanikom Tomislavom Vidoševićem boravilo je u petak 2. rujna u gradu Tychy u šleskom vojvodstvu. Tom prigodom zamjenica gradonačelnika Fočić potpisala je sa zamjenikom gradonačelnika grada Tychy Maciejom Gramatykom Pismo namjere o suradnji između grada Tychy i grada Karlovca. Temeljem odluke gradskog vijeća grada Tychy svečano je otvoren prvi kružni tok u Poljskoj nazvan imenom "rondo Chorwackie" - "Hrvatski kružni tok".

Veleposlanik Vidošević na obilježavanju 83. godišnjice početka 2. svjetskog rata

Veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević je u četvrtak 1. rujna sudjelovao na središnjem obilježavanju početka 2. svjetskog rata koje se već desetu godinu održava na Westerplatteu. Svečanost i komemoracija je započela u 4.45 kada je 1. rujna 1939. nacistička Njemačka napala Poljsku. Nazočnima se uvodno obratio potpredsjednik Vlade i Ministar obrane Mariusz Błaszczak, a u središnjem izlaganju predsjednik Republike Poljske Andrzej Duda istaknuo je herojstvo nešto više od 182 poljska branitelja koji su izdržali tjedan dana napade nesrazmjerno snažne i u to vrijeme vjerojatno najsnažnije vojne sile. Posebno se osvrnuo na dogovor Njemačke i staljinovog komunističkog režima, te posljedice koje je to imalo za Poljsku, te kontekstualizirao trenutnu situaciju brutalnu agresiju putinovog režima na Ukrajinu.

Konferencija veleposlanika, generalnih konzula i vojnih izaslanika Republike Hrvatske

Dvodnevna Konferencija veleposlanika, generalnih konzula, konzula i vojnih izaslanika Republike Hrvatske održana je u četvrtak i petak, 25. i 26. kolovoza 2022. godine, u Zagrebu. Konferenciju je uvodnim govorom o aktualnim vanjskopolitičkim temama i prioritetima hrvatske vanjske politike otvorio predsjednik Vlade Republike Hrvatske Andrej Plenković, nakon čega se prisutnima obratio i ministar vanjskih i europskih poslova Gordan Grlić Radman.

Međunarodni festival Trans/misije - Tri mora

U sklopu Međunarodnog festivala Trans/misije - Tri mora u Rzeszowu održan je događaj posvećen Hrvatskoj "Croatiana". Upriličen je koncert hrvatske umjetnice Miriiam i čitanje poezije pjesnika Ivana Hercega. Festival Trans /misje organizira Kazalište Wande Siemaszkowe u Rzeszowu uz potporu podkarpatskog vojvodstva i Ministarstva kulture, nacionalne baštine i sporta Poljske, a održao se pod pokroviteljstvom Veleposlanstva.

Pelješki most je svehrvatski projekt. Ponosni smo, radosni i zahvalni!

"Obuzimaju me osjećaji radosti, ponosa i zahvalnosti. Radosti što smo ostvarili projekt koji je uistinu državni, strateški, svehrvatski i nadasve nestranački. Ovo je projekt generacije, projekt ponosa", istaknuo je predsjednik Vlade Plenković u prigodnom obraćanju na svečanosti otvorenja Pelješkog mosta.

Veleposlanik Vidošević u radnom posjetu JFTC-u u Bydgoszczu

Veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević boravio je u srijedu, 6. srpnja u radnom posjetu Joint Force Training Centru NATO-a u Bydgoszczu. Tijekom posjeta veleposlanik se zajedno s veleposlanikom Rumunjske Theodorom Cosminom Onisiijem sastao sa zamjenikom zapovjednika Centra generalom Jozsefom Szpisjakom, koji je zajedno sa svojim suradnicima održao brifing i prezentaciju aktivnosti tog iznimno značajnog NATO-ovog središta.

Predstavljanje prioriteta predsjedanja Češke Republike Vijećem EU

Veleposlanik Republike Češke u Poljskoj Jakub Dürr je u Veleposlanstvu Republike Češke u Varšavi u petak 1. srpnja predstavio prioritete predsjedanja Češke Republike Vijećem EU za narednih 6 mjeseci, u drugoj polovini ove godine. Na predstavljanju je sudjelovalo niz dužnosnika ministarstva vanjskih poslova Republike Poljske na čelu sa ministrom za Europsku uniju Konradom Szymańskim, te predstavnici diplomatsko-konzularnog zbora među kojima i veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević.

Sastanak Kluba veleposlanika koji se služe poljskim jezikom s ministrom obrazovanja i znanosti Przemysławom Czarnekom

Veleposlanica Velike Britanije Anna Clunes, koja je preuzela predsjedanje Klubom veleposlanika koji se služe poljskim jezikom „KAMP“ od veleposlanice Republike Mađarske Orsolye Zsuzsanne Kovacs upriličila je u utorak 14. lipnja u Veleposlanstvu Velike Britanije prvi sastanak veleposlanika koji se služe poljskim jezikom s ministrom obrazovanja i znanosti Vlade Republike Poljske Przemysławom Czarnekom. Na sastanku je sudjelovao i veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević.

Veleposlanik Vidošević na dodjeli dr. honoris causa Olgi Tokarczuk

Na poziv v. d. rektora Vroclavskog Sveučilišta, dr. Jana Sobczyka, u srijedu 01. lipnja veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević posjetio je Vroclavsko Sveučilište, te tom prigodom nazočio svečanosti u Auli Leopoldinum dodjeli dr. honoris causa dobitnici Nobelove nagrade za književnost 2019. godine Olgi Tokarczuk. Olga Tokarczuk je poljska književnica koja je 2019. godine dobila Nobelovu nagradu za književnost, međunarodnu nagradu Man Booker 2018.

Statehood Day of Republic of Croatia

Croatia, country located in the northwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula. It is a small yet highly geographically diverse crescent-shaped country. Its capital is Zagreb, located in the north. The present-day republic is composed of the historically Croatian regions of Croatia-Slavonia (located in the upper arm of the country), Istria (centred on the Istrian Peninsula on the northern Adriatic coast), and Dalmatia (corresponding to the coastal strip). Although these regions were ruled for centuries by various foreign powers, they remained firmly Western-oriented in culture, acquiring a legacy of Roman law, the Latin alphabet, and western European political and economic traditions and institutions. A part of Yugoslavia for much of the 20th century, Croatia suffered considerably from the disintegration of that federation in the early 1990s. The European trajectory of Croatia was finally realized in 2013 when it joined the European Union. As the Croatian Canadian scholar Tony Fabijančić writes, Croatia’s tumultuous first years as an independent country also have obscured its centuries-long history: Croatia (Hrvatska) is an ancient nation, yet a very young nation state. Once a formidable kingdom under Tomislav in the tenth century, a naval power in the sixteenth and seventeenth, and an awakening national entity in the nineteenth, it had to endure a thousand years of foreign meddling, subjugation, incursions, and outright wars before being recognized in 1992 as a distinct entity. Land The upper arm of the Croatian crescent is bordered on the east by the Vojvodina region of Serbia and on the north by Hungary and Slovenia. The body of the crescent forms a long coastal strip along the Adriatic Sea, and the southern tip touches on Montenegro. Within the hollow of the crescent, Croatia shares a long border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, which actually severs a part of southern Croatia from the rest of the country by penetrating to the Adriatic in a narrow corridor. Relief Croatia is composed of three major geographic regions. In the north and northeast, running the full length of the upper arm of the Croatian crescent, are the Pannonian and para-Pannonian plains. To the north of Zagreb, the Zagorje Hills, fragments of the Julian Alps now covered with vines and orchards, separate the Sava and Drava river valleys. To the west and south of the Pannonian region, linking it with the Adriatic coast, is the central mountain belt, itself part of the Dinaric Alps. The karst plateaus of this region, consisting mostly of limestone, are barren at the highest elevations; lower down, they are heavily forested. The highest mountain in Croatia, Dinara (6,007 feet [1,831 metres]), is located in the central mountain belt. The third geographic region, the Croatian littoral, is composed of the Istrian Peninsula in the north and the Dalmatian coast extending south to the Gulf of Kotor. Wedged between the Dinaric Alps to the east and the Adriatic Sea to the west, its 1,100 miles (1,800 km) of coastline are fringed by more than 1,100 islands and islets. Drainage Of the 26 rivers that flow for more than 30 miles (50 km) in Croatia, the Sava and the Drava, coursing through the Pannonian and para-Pannonian plains, are of particular importance—both because of their length and because, along with the Kupa River, they are in large part navigable. The Sava originates in Slovenia, passes Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb, and then forms most of the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina along the inside of the Croatian crescent. The Drava enters Croatia from Slovenia and forms all but a small section of the border with Hungary before joining the Danube, which in turn forms most of the border between Croatia and the Vojvodina province of Serbia. The Kupa, which forms part of the frontier between Slovenia and Croatia, and the Una River, which meanders along part of the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, both flow into the Sava. In Dalmatia the Krka and Cetina rivers are of particular importance because of their hydroelectric potential and because they flow into the Adriatic Sea. In addition, a great deal of water circulates in underground rivers and pools in the karstic regions of the central mountain belt and the littoral. These waters account for many of the unique geologic formations and the picturesque landscape of central and western Croatia. Soils The Pannonian and para-Pannonian plains are enriched with alluvial soil deposited by the Sava and Drava rivers. These plains are the most fertile agricultural regions of Croatia and form the country’s breadbasket. The soil of the central mountainous belt is rather poor but offers some cultivable land in the fields and meadows and some grazing land in the plateaus. The Croatian littoral is mostly mountainous and barren, with rocky soil and poor agricultural land. Climate Two main climatic zones dominate Croatia. The Pannonian and para-Pannonian plains and the mountain regions are characterized by a continental climate of warm summers and cold winters. In the plains, temperatures average in the low 70s F (low 20s C) in June and in the low 30s F (around 0 °C) in January—although they can range from a low of −5 °F (−20 °C) in the winter to a high of 105 °F (40 °C) in the summer. The central mountain regions of Lika and Krbava have slightly cooler summers and cold winters, with a milder climate in the valleys. The average temperature range is between about 65 °F (about 18 °C) in June and the upper 20s F (about −2 °C) in January. Considerable rainfall, turning to snow in winter, is characteristic of the region. The Dalmatian coast, Istria, and the islands have a mild Mediterranean climate. In southern Dalmatia, where the sirocco winds (known there as the jugo) bring a moderating influence from Africa, summers are sunny, warm, and dry, and winters are rainy. In the north the winters are drier and colder as a result of the cold northeast wind known as the bora (bura). In the summer the mistral wind has a cooling effect on the coast and the islands. The average temperature ranges from the low 40s F (about 5 °C) in January to the low 70s F (low 20s C) in June. Rainfall is moderate and occurs mainly in the winter. Reflecting the country’s diverse geography, the flora and fauna of Croatia are highly varied. On the Dalmatian coast, grapes and olives are grown to produce wine and oil, while Istria is dominated by firs, and Slavonia has many oak forests. In terms of animal life, lizards are found on the coast, while wolves and even bears can be found in the inland forests. Hares, foxes, boars, wildcats, and mouflons (wild sheep) also inhabit Croatia. Sea life in the Adriatic is rich as well, with many coral reefs and underwater caves serving as habitats. People of Croatia - Ethnic groups and religions A variety of ethnic groups coexist within the republic. Croats constitute about nine-tenths of the population. Serbs make up the largest minority group; however, their proportion fell dramatically as a result of the 1990s war of independence—from more than one-tenth of the population before the war to less than half that figure in 2001. In addition to the Croats and the Serbs, there are small groups of Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks), Hungarians, Italians, and Slovenes as well as a few thousand Albanians, Austrians, Bulgarians, Czechs, Germans, and other nationalities. It has been estimated that the number of Croats living outside the borders of Croatia is comparable to the number living inside the country. Many ethnic Croats reside in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Croats have lived since the Slavs first migrated to the western Balkan Peninsula in the 6th and 7th centuries ce. Although there has traditionally been a yearning for unification with Croatia among the Croats of Herzegovina (a region contiguous to Dalmatia), this sentiment has not generally been shared by Croats within Croatia or even by Croats in Bosnia. Many of the Serbs in Croatia are descendants of people who migrated to the border areas of the Holy Roman Empire between the 16th and 18th centuries, following the Ottoman conquest of Serbia and Bosnia. There is traditionally a close correlation between ethnic identity and religious affiliation. The Croats are overwhelmingly Roman Catholic and more Western-influenced than the Serbs, who are overwhelmingly Eastern Orthodox. A small minority of people are nonreligious or atheist. Bosniaks constitute most of the Muslim population. Languages Croats speak Croatian, a South Slavic language of the Indo-European family. Croatian is quite similar to Serbian and Bosnian, but political developments since the collapse of Yugoslavia have encouraged the three ethnic groups to emphasize the differences between their languages. The clearest distinction between the Croatian and Serbian variants of what was previously called the Serbo-Croatian language is the script, with Croatian written in the Latin alphabet and Serbian in the Cyrillic. Distinctions of grammar and pronunciation also occur, as do more striking differences in vocabulary, which result partly from differential historical patterns of foreign domination. For Croats, this has resulted in a sprinkling of German, Hungarian, and (in Dalmatia and Istria) Italian vocabulary, while the Serbs’ speech shows Turkish and Russian influences. In addition, there have been various movements to “purify” the Croatian language, which have led to further differences. Another linguistic distinction, reflecting the legacies of history as well as the effects of geography, can be heard in the colourful medley of regional dialects and subdialects that survive to this day. The standard Croatian literary language, based on the Shtokavian dialect, emerged in the second half of the 19th century as a result of an effort to unite all South Slavs. Although all three major branches of Serbo-Croatian (Shtokavian, Chakavian, and Kajkavian) were spoken by Croats (as they still are today), the Shtokavian dialect was the most widely heard in Croatian regions of eastern Slavonia, the Adriatic littoral from Makarska to Dubrovnik, and Herzegovina, as well as Montenegro and Serbia. It was therefore adopted by leading Croatian national intellectuals of the 19th century. More … https://www.britannica.com/place/Croatia

Veleposlanik Vidošević u posjetu gradu Pszczyni

U sklopu radnog posjeta šleskom vojvodstvu veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević boravio je na poziv gradonačelnika Pszczyne Dariusza Skrobola, te predsjednika Regionalne gospodarske komore u Katowicama Tomasza Zjawionog i gradonačelnice Zabrza Małgorzate Mańke-Szulik u subotu 21. i nedjelju 22.svibnja u gradu Pszczyni. Tom prigodom veleposlanik se susreo sa svojim domaćinima koji su u prigodi Dana kneginje Daisy u Pszczyni ugostili izaslanstvo grada Kaštela na čelu sa zamjenicom gradonačelnika Jadrankom Matok Bosančić s kojima ove godine obilježavaju 25. godišnjicu suradnje.

Predstavljanje knjige Josipa Jagodara „Hrvatsko-poljske veze u prvoj polovici i sredinom 20. stoljeća“ u Varšavi i Krakowu

Josip Jagodar, hrvatski kroatist i povjesničar, gostovao je u četvrtak 19. svibnja na Institutu za zapadnu i južnu slavistiku Sveučilišta u Varšavi, kojom prigodom je predstavljen njegov doktorski rad, poljsko izdanje knjige „Hrvatsko-poljske veze u prvoj polovici i sredinom 20. stoljeća“. Knjigu i autora su predstavili prof. Ivana Vidović-Bolt i dr. Maciej Falski s Instituta.

Posjet studenata Europske diplomatske akademije Veleposlanstvu

Studenti Europske diplomatske akademije sa sjedištem u Varšavi su u sklopu redovne suradnje akademije s Veleposlanstvom u petak 13. svibnja posjetili Veleposlanstvo. Veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević sa suradnicima predstavio je studentima iz desetak različitih zemalja svijeta djelokrug rada Veleposlanstva, te odgovarao na njihova pitanja.

Wizyta ambasadora Chorwacji

Wojewoda i ambasador wyrazili nadzieję na pogłębienie współpracy między państwami. Polska i Chorwacja są pomysłodawcami jednego z najważniejszych przedsięwzięć społeczno-gospodarczych w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej – projektu Trójmorza. Celem inicjatywy jest wzmocnienie współpracy dwunastu krajów w regionie Morza Adriatyckiego, Bałtyckiego oraz Czarnego, a także stworzenie trwałych podstawy dla rozwoju gospodarczego w zakresie energii, transportu, komunikacji cyfrowej i gospodarki.

Službeni posjet veleposlanika Vidoševića Lodzkom vojvodstvu i gradu Lodzu

U sklopu službenog posjeta Lodzkom vojvodstvu i gradu Lodzu veleposlanik Tomislav Vidošević je u utorak 10. svibnja održao sastanke s gradonačelnicom Lodza Hannom Zdanowskom, vojvodom Lodzkog vojvodstva Tobiaszom Bochenskim i predstavnicima Ureda maršaleka Lodzkog vojvodstva. Tijekom službenih razgovora iskazan je snažan interes za suradnjom na različitim područjima, gospodarskoj, kulturnoj i sveučilišnoj suradnji, te turizmu.

Wizyta robocza ambasadora Vidoševicia w województwie podlaskim

Ambasador Tomislav Vidošević w poniedziałek 25 kwietnia 2022 roku w ramach wizyty roboczej w województwie podlaskim odwiedził wraz z konsulem honorowym Republiki Chorwacji z siedzibą w Białymstoku i jurysdykcją na województwa podlaskie i lubelskie Wojciechem Strzałkowskim przejście graniczne Kuźnica Białostocka.

Wizyta Ministra Spraw Zagranicznych Chorwacji

W sobotę, 9 kwietnia Minister Spraw Zagranicznych i Europejskich Republiki Chorwacji dr Gordan Grlić Radman złożył wizytę Prezydentowi Krakowa Jackowi Majchrowskiemu. W spotkaniu wziął udział Tomislav Vidošević, Ambasador Republiki Chorwacji oraz Konsul Honorowy tego kraju w Krakowie Paweł Włodarczyk. Wizyta Ministra w Polsce związana była z przypadającą 9 kwietnia 30-tą rocznicą nawiązania stosunków dyplomatycznych między Polską i Chorwacją. Z tej okazji, w sobotę wieczorem odbył się także koncert w Filharmonii Krakowskiej, z udziałem wybitnego skrzypka chorwackiego Martina Krpana.

Ambasador Vidošević na obchodach Dnia Pamięci Ofiar Zbrodni Katyńskiej

W kompleksie Muzeum Katyńskiego w warszawskiej Cytadeli w środę 13. kwietnia odbyło się uroczyste upamiętnienie z okazji Dnia Pamięci Ofiar Zbrodni Katyńskiej. W obecności Wiceprezesa Rady Ministrów i Ministra Kultury Piotra Glińskiego oraz Ministra Obrony Narodowej Mariusza Błaszczaka sekretarz stanu w Kancelarii Prezydenta RP Wojciech Kolarski w imieniu prezydenta Andrzeja Dudy stosownymi słowami powitał wszystkich przybyłych. Podkreślił skalę zbrodni i stawił ją w kontekst rosyjskiej agresji na Ukrainę oraz silnie wyszczególnił, że żadna zbrodnia nie może pozostać bezkarna.

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