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STA supervisory board urges govt to release overdue funding

Ljubljana - The supervisory board of the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) has called on the government to immediately settle all of its outstanding liabilities...

Abundant harvest for most of crops in 2020

Ljubljana - Harvest of principal crops in Slovenia was abundant last year, with farmers reporting increases of 17% in cereals for grain, 35% in...

Parliamentary session underway on Monday

Ljubljana - The National Assembly will start its monthly plenary on Monday with questions time for PM Janez Janša and his cabinet. MPs will inquire about the demographic fund, the treatment of Covid-19 patients, and the effects of the health crisis on healthcare.

MPs pass Demographic Fund bill at second reading

Ljubljana - The National Assembly passed the National Demographic Fund bill at second reading last night, tweaking the bill slightly via amendments by the...

Trade fair and event organisers ask for government help

Ljubljana - Pressed by the situation related to the Covid-19 pandemic, trade fair and event organisers have established a chamber, whose first move was...

Fifth corona package slightly changed by committee

Ljubljana - The parliamentary Labour Committee prepared the fifth stimulus package bill for passage late on Monday. A few changes were made compared to the original proposal but the main tenets of the bill remain unchanged.

EUSAIR strategy forum marks end of Slovenia’s AII presidency

Portorož - Slovenia is concluding its third presidency of the Adriatic and Ionian Initiative (AII). On this occasion, the Izola Declaration was adopted at...

Janša calls National Security Council session on Covid-19 and migration

Ljubljana - Prime Minister Janez Janša called a session of the National Security Council for Friday afternoon after a record 387 people tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. Apart from the coronavirus situation, the session, scheduled for 3pm, is also to discuss illegal migrations.

Delo says Slovenia paying high price for legal battles

Ljubljana - The newspaper Delo says in Friday's front-page commentary that Slovenia's lost battles at the European Court of Justice are a defeat of...

Počivalšek and Reynders discuss consumer protection

Ljubljana - Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek met European Commissioner for Justice and Consumer Protection Didier Reynders on Wednesday to discuss the priorities of Slovenia's...
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