Deputy Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor of Croatia

Kosor was the vice-president of the HDZ party between 1995 and 1997, and from 2002 up to today.
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ZAGREB, Jan 6 (Hina) - Deputy Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said on Tuesday there was no reason for concern or panic in connection with gas delivery from Russia, stressing that the situation was absolutely under control and that there would be no gas cuts for households.
Speaking to the press at the Serb National Council Christmas reception in Zagreb, Kosor said Prime Minister Ivo Sanader was coordinating gas-related actions and that tomorrow he would meet representatives of relevant ministries, the INA and Plinacro oil and gas companies, and the power company HEP.
Zagreb _ Croatia’s Deputy Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor has called on Serbia to capture the two remaining fugitives, Ratko Mladic and Croatian Serb Goran Hadzic.
The cabinet’s vice-president and president of the Commission for the Supervision of the Implementation of the National Romani, Jadranka Kosor is very satisfied with the project.
While Kosor said she was committed to cooperation with the court, she was less forthright about what measures she would take to arrest him than was Mesic.
Kosor had won, said Zarko Puhovski, chairman of the Croatian Helsinki Committee for human rights, It would show people accept European integration but only if it is not against their interpretation of Croatian sovereignty.
But he made clear that Kosor was facing a candidate who had the advantage of being president and who was certainly popular in Croatia.
Kosor had hoped to capitalize on the unease felt by Croats as they approach membership in the EU, which is requiring the government to hand over a former general, Ante Gotovina, who is accused of war crimes, to a United Nations tribunal before starting membership negotiations.
Practically all analysts claim that Jadranka Kosor was saved by votes cast by Croat voters from Bosnia-Herzegovina, while some believe that perhaps these votes decided the future president of Croatia.
Kosor was "just a prolonged hand of her party.
But Kosor is a close ally of Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, whose Croatian Democratic Union returned to power a year ago and has distanced itself from its nationalists to become a European-style conservative party.
Kosor is a Cabinet minister and many saw the election as a referendum on the 1-year-old government, represented by her candidacy.