Twitter MUP-RHTwitter MUP-RH In just over a month, more than a million applications from foreign travelers, mostly tourists, were received through the EnterCroatia system. At the end of May The Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Tourism have launched a website EnterCroatia, through which foreigners announced their arrival in Croatia. “In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, special lanes marked by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system have been marked at border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija,” the Ministry of the Interior said on Twitter. Croatian. Important notice‼ ️ In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, at the border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija, special lanes have been marked that can be used by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system 🛣️ 🚗 pic.twitter.com/dSuLpRMFfn- MUP-RH (@mup_rh) July 3th, 2020 Source and photo: twitter MUP-RH A few days ago, the Ministry of the Interior published a notice on its official twitter profile that delighted all those who used the EnterCroatia system:
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error From down 37-24, the Clippers outscored the Rockets 93-64.Blake Griffin had a spectacular game, coming through with a triple-double. He scored 26 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and doled out 13 assists. Jamal Crawford scored 21 points off the bench, Matt Barnes had 20 points and J.J. Redick 17 after he did not score in the first half. Austin Rivers started in place of Paul and scored 17 points and had four steals. DeAndre Jordan had 10 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and four blocks.Game 2 is Wednesday at Toyota Center. The Clippers were just 2 of 15 from 3-point range in the first half, but 11 of 16 in the second half to finish 13 of 31 (41.9 percent).The younger Rivers may have started at point guard, but Griffin was the point forward. Not just with his statistics but with his leadership, taking the team in a huddle the way Paul does.“My main message through the entire game was just to stay together,” Griffin said. There is no reason for us to ever crumble and fall part. What were we down, 11 in the second quarter or first half or whatever it was?”Griffin was told it was 13.“We just can’t crumble, especially in games like this,” he said. “We’ve seen so many things happen. That was really my message to the team and not having CP, obviously, besides his oncourt production, we miss his leadership and his talk. That void needs to be filled. But I kind of have to do it my own way.”Coach Doc Rivers said it all.“He was great,” the elder Rivers said of Griffin. “I mean, he was the point guard out there for us. His vision is unbelievable and it’s a weapon for us.”Griffin was a beast, all the way around.“Blake did everything,” Jordan said. “He rebounded the ball, he defended, he scored and he passed the hell out of the ball.”This victory should not surprise anyone, Doc Rivers intimated.“This team is a mentally tough team,” he said. “They believe in each other, they play together, they trust each other.”Dwight Howard led Houston with 22 points and 10 rebounds, James Harden scored 20 points and had 12 assists, but he also had nine turnovers. Trevor Ariza scored 17 points. Harden was hard on himself.“Well, for me, I’m the catalyst, especially on offense, so I’ve gotta do a better job,” he said. “The nine turnovers isn’t going to cut it.”The Rockets had 23 turnovers, but the Clippers had 21. Griffin had five, Crawford six. He, too, handled the ball a lot because of Paul’s absence. Paul was on the bench in street clothes, acting like a coach.“He was great,” Doc Rivers said. “The funniest thing was, after the game he said, ‘I’ve never sweat so much in my life.’”As happy as the Clippers’ coach was, Rockets coach Kevin McHale was that bummed out.“We didn’t play with much composure all night long,” he said. “We had (23) turnovers. We had 15 turnovers in the first half. We were just sloppy. They played with much more of an edge.”As for Austin Rivers, he swore he had no butterflies stepping in to fill some big shoes.“I honestly was not nervous,” he said. “I was super excited.” HOUSTON >> It would have almost been understandable if the Clippers were still thinking about their thrilling first-round series win over San Antonio when they squared off with the Houston Rockets on Monday in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals at Toyota Center.If they were, they didn’t show it — certainly not in the second half. With Chris Paul, hero of the Game 7 win over the Spurs, in street clothes because of a hamstring injury, the Clippers had their work cut out for them. After they scored a whopping 37 points in the third quarter to take a six-point lead into the fourth, they rode that momentum to a 117-101 victory over the Rockets before 18,231 rather disappointed fans.Those fans were whooping it up when their Rockets took a 13-point lead on a 3-pointer by Pablo Prigioni with 8:15 left in the second quarter. But the Clippers pulled within 50-46 at the break, and it was all Los Angeles after that.