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Slovenia: United Group will combine Telemach Slovenia and Telemach Croatia

Netherlands-based multi-game and media provider United Group is combining Telemach Slovenia and Telemach Croatia into a single business group, managed by Telemach Slovenia CEO Adrian Ježina, she said. For the United Group, with Croatia on its way to becoming a fully converged market for the United Group and Slovenia already fully converged and growing in…

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Slovenia: Adria Airways AOC over

Slovenia’s former national carrier Adria Airways’s AOC certificate has expired in less than two years since the company filed for bankruptcy, exyuaviation.com reported on Friday. According to this online portal specializing in news from the aero industry, AOC was bought by Air Adriatic, a Slovenian company founded by businessman Izet Rastoder, in January 2020 for…

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Slovenia: Huawei plans to establish regional logistics center

Chinese company Huawei on Thursday announced plans to set up a regional logistics center in Slovenia for about 19 Central and South-Eastern European markets. As a result of this move, the flow of its goods through the port of Koper will increase and new storage facilities will have to be built near Ljubljana airport. The…

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Slovenia: Foreign trade in goods in April 2021 significantly higher than a year ago

In the period January – April 2021, Slovenian exports increased by 15.6% and imports by 16.6% during the same period of 2020. According to data from the Slovenian Statistics Agency, the value of exported goods reached 3.2 billion euros, while the value of imported goods reached 3.3 billion euros. Compared to April 2020, when economic…

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Slovenia’s priorities for the EU presidency

Media in Slovenia reported that the Slovenian EU presidency will lead the dialogue based on the second report of the European Commission’s annual rule of law, which will be issued at the beginning of Slovenia’s six-month term. Controversy over the binding of EU funds for the rule of law will continue and it is not…

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Slovenia: President Pahor does not support the idea of ​​early elections

Slovenian President Borut Pahor has said the country is not in a political crisis and possible early elections demanded by the opposition will reduce the country’s ability to prove itself as a successful presidency of the Council of the European Union. “We are not in a political crisis because all the institutions are functioning,” Pahor…

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CoE Commissioner for Human Rights warns of media freedom in Slovenia

Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatovic urged Slovenian authorities “to take action to defuse tensions in society and to encourage mutual respect in the exchange of views”. Noting the specific responsibility of political leaders in this regard, she calls on members of the government in particular to use social media platforms responsibly…

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Slovenia received 300,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from Hungary

Slovenia has received 300,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19 as a donation from Hungary in what Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša says will allow Slovenia to stop the epidemic and enjoy a relaxed summer. Jança expressed his joy for the reception of the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs in Slovenia. “Today is a…

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Slovenia will recommend vaccination of children aged 12 years or older

The head of the Slovenian national advisory group on Covid-19 vaccination, Bojana Beović, has said that after the approval of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine for children aged 12 or over, the group will recommend vaccinating children. in this state, especially those suffering from chronic diseases. The Vaccination Advisory…

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Slovenia: Diplomats begin two-day consultations

Slovenian diplomats began two-day consultations today for Brdo near Kranj, focusing mainly on the presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of the year. Foreign Minister Anže Logar expects talks on how to make better use of the presidency program. “The coming months will be very challenging for all of…

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Slovenia: Several thousand citizens gathered in protest

The Slovenian capital Ljubljana Prešern Square and the surrounding streets were crowded on Friday afternoon with several thousand citizens making claims against the government of Prime Minister Janez Janša and demanding early elections. Organizers unofficially estimated that about 40,000 protesters gathered in protest. Many of them carried banners with the inscription “Predčasne volitve zdaj” or…

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Slovenia: Janša survived another impeachment vote

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša survived an impeachment vote in parliament on Wednesday, with 42 deputies voting in favor and 44, meaning the required 46 deputies failed to reach the required number. The vote took place on Wednesday evening, after more than ten hours of debate in Parliament. The registration of the vote shows that…

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Slovenia: Janša held the meeting with Sassoli

The Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša, together with the Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar, the Minister of Economy Zdravko Počivalšek, the Minister of Interior Aleš Hojs, the Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti and the Minister of Health Janez Poklukar, had a virtual meeting with the President of Europe Parliament David Sassoli and the leaders…

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Slovenia: Minister Hoys visited Greece

Slovenian Interior Minister Alej Hoys meets with Greek Civil Defense Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis and Greek Migration and Asylum Minister Notis A. Mitarachi in Athens on Monday as part of preparations for the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU -së. The meeting took place in a constructive atmosphere and the Ministers agreed that the…

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Northern Macedonia: Austria, Slovenia and the Czech Republic want accession talks to begin immediately

The Foreign Ministers of Austria, Slovenia and the Czech Republic met yesterday in Skopje with the President of Northern Macedonia Stevo Pendarovski, the Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bujar Osmani. During their visit to Skopje, Austrian Foreign Ministers Alexander Schallenberg, Slovenia, Ange Logar and the Czech Republic Jakub Kulhanek expressed…

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Slovenia: Leftist protesters call on government to resign

Friday’s anti-government protests in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana continue, but the latest of them raised some issues that Janez Janša needs to answer carefully. The first is to appease the “left” to prevent a repeat of the large-scale protests a few weeks ago, and the second is to reassure those who did not gladly accept…

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Slovenia: Logar attends 131st session of Council of Europe Committee of Ministers

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, Anže Logar, participated in the virtual session 131 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, under the German chairmanship of the Committee. The main topic of the ministers’ discussions was the joint responsibility for democratic security in Europe. In his speech, Logar stressed that the…

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Slovenia: Muslim Community Protests Against Israeli Flag at Government Building

Slovenia’s Muslim community views the Israeli flag in the Slovenian government building as an “abuse of power” and support for “Israel’s genocidal policy”. The leaders of Slovenia’s Muslim Community, one of the two organizations representing Muslims in the country, have sent an open letter to Prime Minister Janez Janša saying “the government has raised the…