CROATIA RETURNS TO ITS ROOTS
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The tiny Mediterranean nation during World War II threw its massive weight into the Reich’s struggle to free the world from Bolshevism. Meantime, Croatia has never forgotten its national socialist roots and ideals.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović made headline news during the recent football tournament due to her statuesque Aryan good looks. The Croatian President’s vivacity and empathy with players and presidents won the hearts of tens of millions of people across the world. However, there is a little more to President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović than meets the eye.
Elected on February 19, 2015, the attractive blonde immediately sold the presidential airliner and put the state’s 35 Mercedes saloons on the market. Not quite a case of ‘on your bike’ but government ministers now taxi in ordinary saloons as do the rest of the country’s professionals.
All the money raised from the sales of the airline, the limos and much else was returned to the treasury. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović cut her salary and those of ministers by half. Meanwhile, the minimum wage has been increased from $400 to $ 540. Education costs, social sector, and medicine are growing by approximately 3 % per year.
Kolinda has created a national strategy for women’s entrepreneurship and has issued a ruling that employers are obliged to pay equal work for men and women alike.
Her message has been taken up by other Croatians. Football fans have discovered another side of Croatia player Ante Rebić but only because of the great sportsman’s buddy.
Croatian winger Ante Rebić paid off all of the loans of the residents of Imotski, his childhood village, with a population of around 500 residents, his best friend Lovro Šindik said, as quoted by the Croatian media.
“He has never forgotten about his roots, although he moved to the Fiorentina, Italy when he was 19 years old. Once, he paid off the loans of 500 residents of his native village,” he said.
Ante Rebić, 24, is a world-class football player who started his career in NRK Split (Croatia). In 2013, he signed for the Serie A club Fiorentina. He made only eight appearances for the Italian team, spending most of his five seasons there in Florence on loan before leaving Italy for good to join Eintracht Frankfurt in 2018.
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