2019 Croatian presidential election
Citizens of Croatia cast their votes in the latest presidential election.
Croatia refuses to allow a private visit from the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić to the site of the Jasenovac concentration camp due to the Government of Croatia not being formally notified of the visit.
The European Union formally accepts Croatia as the 20th member of the Eurozone. Croatia will adopt the bloc's currency on January 1, 2023.
Croatia reports a record 7,315 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, thereby bringing the nationwide total of confirmed cases to 514,850.
The number of adults who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in Croatia surpasses 50%.
Croatia holds parliamentary elections amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Rising infection rates and the pandemic's effects on the economy might influence the outcome of the election.
Slovenia tightens controls over its Schengen border with Croatia due to concerns of an influx of migrants.
Dozens of migrants reach the border of Serbia and Croatia which has become the new route for migrants denied entry to Hungary.
In Croatia, people go to the polls to elect the first ever European MPs of the country, anticipating the formal entry of Croatia in the European Union, in July.
Ante Marković, the last Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, dies aged 87 in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
Tens of thousands of protesters meet in the Croatian capital Zagreb's Ban Jelačić Square to express their support for indicted Croatian War of Independence veterans and ask Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor's government to resign.