• 22.10.2014 -

    "With the range of economic measures approved by the Government today, Slovenia seeks to boost economic growth,” said PM Cerar in the introduction to the press conference following government session. Finance minister Mramor stressed that envisaged measures account for 715 million euros, which will bring down the deficit in line with fiscal commitments. This is also the Government’s response to the warnings from Brussels regarding Slovenia's draft budgetary plan, which was referred to the European Commission last Wednesday.

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    Government Press Conference. Photo: STA
  • 22.10.2014 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar addressed the participants at the international business conference “FDI Summit Slovenia 2014” at the Faculty of Economics, voicing a firm commitment by the Slovenian government to the strong promotion of internationalisation and attracting foreign direct investments. The Prime Minister said determined efforts would be made to create a stable political and business environment making Slovenia attractive to foreign investors. more

    Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA, source: Cabinet of the PM
  • PM Cerar Attends ASEM Summit

    17.10.2014 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar underlined the importance of culture in strengthening economic ties as he addressed the opening plenary of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) that started in Milan on Thursday. He stressed the need to boost economic ties while also reducing social inequality.

    Matteo Renzi, Miro Cerar, Jose Manuel Barroso, Herman Van Rompuy. 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.

 

 

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

 

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.