• 21.05.2015 - The Government adopted several important legislative proposals: draft amendments to the Criminal Code, draft amendments to the Enforcement and Securing of Civil Claims Act, draft act on the systematic investigation of projects of national significance, draft act on the Enforcement of Criminal Sanctions Act, and programmes for repairing damage caused by floods last autumn and the report on the implementation of the action plan for implementing urgent activities due to flooding. more

    Ministers Kopac Mrak and Klemencic at the press conference. Photo: STA
  • 14.05.2015 - “After long years, Slovenia got a strategy of managing assets today, with which the state is presenting the managers of state assets, the shareholders, the wider capital markets and the general public the wider goals regarding the management of companies owned by the state”, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said at the press conference following the 36th regular government session.  more

    Press conference after the Government session (Photo: STA)
  • Prime Minister Miro Cerar met Turkmenistan's President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow

    13.05.2015 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar told Berdimuhamedow Slovenian companies are interested in participating in Turkmenistan's many infrastructure projects. Being a country of few natural resources, Slovenia is also interested in diversifying its energy sources and getting gas from abroad, Cerar said. Berdimuhamedow told Cerar that Turkmenistan wanted to become a highly developed industrial country by 2030 and is open to cooperation with Slovenian companies and very interested in having their workforce educated here.

    Turkmenistan's President Berdimuhamedow and Prime Minister Cerar. Photo: STA

Government Priorities

The new cabinet under Miro Cerar has given new impetus to Slovenia. Several years of economic crisis have revealed a number of social problems, which the new ministerial team will be forced to take on if it is to restore the country’s international reputation and economic strength.

On 16 January 2015, Slovenia submitted an action plan for the execution of the ECHR judgement concerning the foreign currency savings in Ljubljanska banka in former Yugoslavia.


With the commencement of oral proceedings before the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) , Slovenia and Croatia enter the final phase of resolving their territorial and maritime border dispute. The arbitral award should be final by 2015.



Cooperation, help and development for the Western Balkans regions is one of the central priorities of Slovenia’s foreign policy.