More than a dozen Slovenian diplomatic and consular missions worldwide will get new heads this year and according to media reports the first of them have already been endorsed, including a new ambassador to China.
The process of diplomatic nomination involves several stages and is confidential unti
Slovenia have successfully opened their qualifying campaign for EuroBasket 2025, defeating Ukraine 87:73 on 22 February, and Israel 88:79 three days later. Slovenia hosted both rival teams in Koper at the seaside.
In the absence of NBA superstar Luka Dončić, Klemen Prepelič, a 31-year-old sharp sho
Public bike share schemes have been springing up across Slovenia in recent years with ever more towns also offering electric bikes. Bike sharing is increasingly popular too, one of the reasons being it is often the fastest way to go about, making it easy to navigate traffic jams.
The capital Ljublj
A rally in support of Ukraine was held in Ljubljana on the second anniversary of the Russian invasion as Slovenia's most senior politicians reiterated the country's continued commitment to Ukraine and again condemned Russian aggression.
The rally, organised by the Ukrainian community in Slovenia an
Luka Koper, the operator of Slovenia's sole maritime port, is looking back at a successful year despite having its net profit slashed by almost a quarter due to higher costs and a drop in storage fees revenue as a result of stabilisation of global logistics.
The group generated €312.8 million in ne
Slovenia stressed the right of Palestinians to self-determination as it presented its position at the International Court of Justice on 23 February as part of proceedings in which the UN General Assembly is seeking the court's advisory opinion on the legality of Israel's actions in the occupied Pal