Talking about the workforce, Cappelli emphasized that 150,000 people are employed in the tourist sector in Croatia, of which 59,000 are in hotel business. Every third employee has to do with tourism, he has come out. At the Employment Bureau, he said, the most sought after are workers from tourism or hospitality.He announced that the prime minister would open a new office November 2018 Blank Calendar of the Croatian National Tourist Board in China for a few days, and stressed that 40 million kuna was invested in tourism development in Slavonia for the past three years.
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Since the Government’s session is dedicated to the islands, Cappelli emphasized that from January to September on the Adriatic islands there was slightly more than 3.4 million arrivals and 26.2 million overnight stays, which compared to the same period last year rose by four percent in one and the second segment.
Last year, there were 3.3 million arrivals and 26 million overnight stays on the islands, which is 18 percent of total arrivals and 26 percent of total overnight stays in Croatia. Every fifth tourist visited the islands.One third of tourist nights are motivated by the arrival of the islands, if combined with nautical tourism. The main island destinations are Krk, Pag, Rab, Vir.On the islands, according to the state in September, there are 474 thousand beds, which is one third of the total accommodation capacity of the state.
The main motive for coming to Croatia, said the Minister of Tourism, is becoming increasingly active, and the average daily consumption of visitors is constantly increasing.Tomas’ average daily spending, according to the latest data from Tomas’s survey, is 79 euros per person, up 19 percent from 2014 when it was EUR 66. Barges, though, spend EUR 186 a day.Following the session, the Government issued 49 decisions and conclusions regarding investments in the Adriatic islands.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday that he would expect Croatia to join Schengen during our EU Presidency in 2020.But it is questionable whether Plenkovic’s optimistic announcements will be realized because it needs to address many other problems – to meet all the technical conditions and, more importantly, those political .Plenkovic will have to convince Slovenia not to block us, and then all other countries in the EU to make Schengen a reality, in a moment when they are not clear about how to go further with this project, to fulfill this ambitious plan.
Because at the time when controls are carried out on the border with Germany and Austria, citizens of EU countries will be reluctant to abolish them for Croatia.To enter Schengen, it is necessary to meet the technical requirements set by the European Union, but also more importantly and more seriously are political conditions that Plenković neglects when talking about the possible entry into Schengen in 2020.
Political conditions include an assessment of the fight against corruption and organized crime and the effectiveness of justice, which increases the significance of EU anti-corruption reports and the Justice Scoreboard. In this context,November 2018 Blank Calendar the latest report by the World Economic Forum classified Croatia on the independence of the judiciary only at the beginning of the ladder and 120th out of a total of 140 countries.