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    Slovenian prime minister attends the second day of the regular meeting of the European Council in Brussels

    17.12.2018 -

    Slovenian prime minister Marjan Šarec attends the second day of the regular meeting of the European Council in Brussels. The leaders concluded yesterday’s meeting with a working dinner, with the main point of discussion being the current state of Brexit. The leaders were unanimous in declaring that the negotiations were over and that there were no further options for reopening them. 

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    Slovenian prime minister Marjan Šarec attends the regular meeting of the European Council in Brussels

    14.12.2018 -

    In the opening part of today’s meeting, the leaders focused mainly on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021–2027 and on current foreign policy issues. The European Council therefore undertook its first comprehensive discussion of the proposed future multiannual financial framework based on the progress report compiled by the Austrian Presidency of the European Council. 

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  • Photo: Bor Slana/STA

    Government adopts a new draft Non-Litigious Civil Procedure Act

    13.12.2018 -

    The government today adopted a new draft Non-Litigious Civil Procedure Act, replacing the act that has remained unchanged since its original adoption in 1986. The main reason for the adoption of the new Non-Litigious Civil Procedure Act is the adoption of the Family Code (DZ), which enters into force on 15 April 2019. Under the DZ, all family-law matters will be decided by courts in a non-litigious civil procedure.

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Arbitration

Slovenia and Croatia signed on 4 November 2009 an arbitration agreement establishing an arbitral tribunal tasked with issuing a final award on the land and maritime boundary on the basis of all the relevant facts. This ruling will be final and binding on both countries.

SFRY succession

Five countries (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – today Serbia) signed the Agreement on succession issues by which it was conclusively confirmed that five sovereign equal successor states were formed upon the dissolution of the former SFRY.

Development Strategy

A new long-term national development framework with five strategic orientations and twelve interlinked development goals, seting a new foundation for future development of Slovenia.