Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic; He announced the dismissal of Ivan Paladina, Minister of Spatial Planning, Building and State Property, and Natasa Tramisak, Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds.
Plenković, in the capital, Zagreb, made statements to the press about the changes in government.
Pointing out that Branko Pacic was appointed in place of Paladina, who has often been the target of criticism due to the fact that the region cannot be rebuilt despite the €700 million in aid provided by the European Union since the earthquake in Petrinja in 2020, Plenković said that he Instead of Tramisak, Sima Erlik notices that he has been brought in.
Plenković stated that they appointed Pašić because of his political and energy experience, and chose Erlik because he had knowledge of all the processes related to regional development and the use of EU funds.
Plenkovic said they made these changes to “innovate” the government’s work, and said they believed the new ministers would contribute to the country.
7 people died in the 6.3-magnitude earthquake in Petringa on December 29, 2020.
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