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Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs Croatia
Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Ministarstvo vanjskih i europskih poslova
Agency overview
Formed31 May 1990
JurisdictionGovernment of Croatia
HeadquartersTrg Nikole ?ubi?a Zrinskog 7–8, Zagreb, Croatia
Employees670 (2015)[1]
Annual budgetDecrease[2]HRK 613 million (2015)[3]
Minister responsible
Websitewww.mvep.hr

The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Ministarstvo vanjskih i europskih poslova or MVEP) is the ministry in the Government of Croatia which is responsible for the country's foreign relations, its diplomatic missions and relations to international organisations, especially the European Union.

List of ministers

Palace of the Ministry on Nikola ?ubi? Zrinski Square in Zagreb

Foreign affairs ministers

The 15th and current minister is Gordan Grli?-Radman, in office since 22 July 2019. The longest serving minister was Mate Grani? (1993-2000), under Prime Ministers Nikica Valenti? and Zlatko Mate?a, and the shortest serving was Davorin Rudolf who held the post for three months between May 1991 to July 1991 under Prime Minister Josip Manoli?.

Political parties:

  Croatian Democratic Union (13)
  Social Democratic Party (1)
  Croatian People's Party (1)

No. Portrait Minister of Foreign Affairs Took office Left office Time in office Party Cabinet
1
Zdravko Mr?i? [hr]
Mr?i?, ZdravkoZdravko Mr?i? [hr]
(born 1936)
31 May 19908 November 1990161 daysHDZMesi?
Manoli?
2
Frane Vinko Golem
Golem, Frane VinkoFrane Vinko Golem
(1938-2007)
8 November 19903 May 1991176 daysHDZManoli?
3
Davorin Rudolf [hr]
Rudolf, DavorinDavorin Rudolf [hr]
(born 1936)
3 May 199131 July 199189 daysHDZManoli?
Greguri?
4
Zvonimir ?eparovi?
?eparovi?, ZvonimirZvonimir ?eparovi?
(born 1928)
31 July 199127 May 1992301 daysHDZGreguri?
5
Zdenko ?krabalo
?krabalo, ZdenkoZdenko ?krabalo
(1929-2014)
9 June 199228 May 1993353 daysHDZGreguri?
?arini?
Valenti?
6
Mate Grani?*
Grani?, MateMate Grani?*
(born 1947)
28 May 199327 January 20006 years, 244 daysHDZValenti?
Mate?a
7
Tonino Picula
Picula, ToninoTonino Picula
(born 1961)
27 January 200022 December 20033 years, 329 daysSDPRa?an I-II
8
Miomir ?u?ul
?u?ul, MiomirMiomir ?u?ul
(born 1955)
23 December 200317 February 20051 year, 56 daysHDZSanader I
9
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovi?
Grabar-Kitarovi?, KolindaKolinda Grabar-Kitarovi?
(born 1968)
17 February 200512 January 20082 years, 329 daysHDZSanader I
10
Gordan Jandrokovi?*
Jandrokovi?, GordanGordan Jandrokovi?*
(born 1967)
13 January 200823 December 20113 years, 344 daysHDZSanader II
Kosor
11
Vesna Pusi?*[d]
Pusi?, VesnaVesna Pusi?*[d]
(born 1953)
23 December 201122 January 20164 years, 30 daysHNSMilanovi?
12
Miro Kova?
Kova?, MiroMiro Kova?
(born 1968)
22 January 201619 October 2016271 daysHDZOre?kovi?
13
Davor Ivo Stier*
Stier, Davor IvoDavor Ivo Stier*
(born 1972)
19 October 201619 June 2017243 daysHDZPlenkovi? I
14
Marija Pej?inovi? Buri?*
Pej?inovi? Buri?, MarijaMarija Pej?inovi? Buri?*
(born 1963)
19 June 201722 July 20192 years, 33 daysHDZPlenkovi? I
15
Gordan Grli?-Radman
Grli?-Radman, GordanGordan Grli?-Radman
(born 1958)
22 July 2019Incumbent1 year, 175 daysHDZPlenkovi? I-II
Source: MVPEI.hr (in Croatian)

(*)Ministers of Foreign Affairs who held the post of Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia while in office

European integration ministers

The Ministry for European Integration was a short-lived ministry which was established during Prime Minister Ivica Ra?an in 2000. It grew out of the Government Office for European Integration and was later merged with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 2005 under Prime Minister Ivo Sanader. The ministry was charged with overseeing the changes to the legislation needed to comply with the community acquis in preparation and during the Accession of Croatia to the European Union.

Political parties:

  Croatian Democratic Union (2)
  Social Democratic Party (1)
  Istrian Democratic Assembly (1)

No. Portrait Minister for European Integration Took office Left office Time in office Party Cabinet
1
Ljerka Mintas-Hodak*[a]
Mintas-Hodak, LjerkaLjerka Mintas-Hodak*[a]
(born 1952)
3 April 199827 January 20001 year, 299 daysHDZMate?a
2
Ivan Jakov?i?[b]
Jakov?i?, IvanIvan Jakov?i?[b]
(born 1957)
27 January 200021 June 20011 year, 145 daysIDSRa?an I
3
Neven Mimica
Mimica, NevenNeven Mimica
(born 1953)
28 September 200123 December 20032 years, 86 daysSDPRa?an I-II
4
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovi?[c]
Grabar-Kitarovi?, KolindaKolinda Grabar-Kitarovi?[c]
(born 1968)
23 December 200316 February 20051 year, 55 daysHDZSanader I

(*)Ministers for European Integration who held the post of Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia while in office

Notes

a. ^ Unofficial minister. Mintas-Hodak was head of the Government Office for European Integration (Croatian: Ured za europske integracije) established in 1998.
b. ^ Jakov?i? was appointed first head of the newly formed Ministry for European Integration in 2000 in the Cabinet of Ivica Ra?an I. The ministry was created out of the former Government Office for European Integration.
c. ^ Grabar-Kitarovi? was appointed European integration minister in 2003 in the Cabinet of Ivo Sanader I. On 16 February 2005 the Ministry for European Integration was merged with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Grabar-Kitarovi? took over as head of the merged ministry.
d. ^ Pusi? was appointed to the post of Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, as the ministry was renamed in 2011 in the Cabinet of Zoran Milanovi?.

See also

References

  1. ^ Bla?evi?, Robert (2015): Upravna znanost, p. 284. ISBN 9789538034039
    "...(on day 19. February 2015)."
  2. ^ http://www.mfin.hr/hr/drzavni-proracun-2014-godina
  3. ^ http://www.mfin.hr/hr/drzavni-proracun-2015-godina

External links

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