Nine airlines would fly to Ljubljana with government support

Ljubljana - Nine airlines have submitted applications for subsidies to fly to Ljubljana, an effort to improve air links to the Slovenian capital. All...

Slovenia should cut timber exports, says official

Ljubljana - Slovenia should reduce the exports of timber, a product without added value, because this is not economical, Danilo Anton Ranc, the head...

Wood discussed as major part of Slovenia’s green future

Ljubljana - The main event of the Slovenian wood processing industry heard on Wednesday that the numerous positive features of wood may play a...

EasyJet not to fly to Ljubljana until next year

Ljubljana - EasyJet has postponed the resumption of scheduled flights to Ljubljana airport until next year due to the worsening coronavirus situation, according to...

Ljubljana-Paris air link suspended after this week

Brnik - Due to coronavirus restrictions, French carrier Air France has temporary suspended a number of flights in Europe, including flights to Slovenia scheduled...

Investments in neighbouring ports not a threat to Luka Koper

Koper - Port operator Luka Koper said on Thursday that the arrival of the operator of the Hamburg port to neighbouring Trieste and the...

Abundant yield of late crops expected this year

Ljubljana - The yield of late crops, foremost maize and potato, will significantly exceed Slovenia's ten-year average this year, the Statistics Office (SURS) said...

EUR 5 million to boost Slovenia’s air links

Ljubljana - The government has published an open call worth EUR 5 million to promote resuming Slovenia's air links and co-fund costs incurred in...

Ljubljana airport winter schedule features nine airlines

Brnik - Current announcements suggest that the winter season at the Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport will feature nine carriers, which will operate routes in Europe. More flights are expected if the epidemiological situation improves, the airport's operator Fraport Slovenija said on Thursday.

Slovenia sees agreement on CAP as exceptional achievement

Brussels/Luxembourg - EU agriculture ministers have reached agreement on the new common agricultural policy (CAP) for 2021-2017 after lengthy negotiations. Slovenia's Jože Podgoršek labelled the deal as an exceptional achievement for the entire agricultural sector.
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