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    07.12.2017 - Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted Slovenia’s Development Strategy 2030, a new umbrella development framework of the country. The main goal of the strategy is to ensure the quality of life for all, which should be achieved through balanced economic, social and environmental development.

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    30.11.2017 - The Slovenian government adopted a report on Wednesday’s meeting between Minister of Finance Mateja Vraničar Erman and European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager, and starting points for the drafting of an official request for the renegotiation of the commitment to decrease the state’s stake in Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB). It will be based on the proposal for the appointment of an administrative liaison officer at NLB. The Government discussed also some other issues.

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    29.11.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar together with the Minister of Health, Milojka Kolar Celarc, today received Slovenian scientists and researchers from the Clinical Institute of Medical Genetics. On behalf of the Slovenian Government, the Prime Minister conveyed to the scientists and researchers major recognition for their recent discovery of a premature ageing gene.

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    28.11.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has concluded his visit to Budapest, where he attended the summit of Central and East European countries and China in the context of the 16+1 initiative, with a separate bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of the People's Republic of China, Li Keqiang. The meeting between the two leaders focused on deepening economic cooperation, the opportunities offered by the 16+1 initiative, and Slovenia's role in the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiative, which it formally joined yesterday.

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    27.11.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar is attending the summit of Central and Eastern European countries and China (the so-called 16+1 initiative). The main focus of the summit is further cooperation between the participating countries in the economic, agriculture, science, infrastructure, communications and cultural spheres. The participating leaders have approved the so-called Budapest Guidelines, while Slovenia has formally joined the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiative and is set to sign a protocol on the export of honey to China. 

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    20.11.2017 - To mark Universal Children’s Day, PM Miro Cerar symbolically handed over his official business to children’s prime minister Dora Pestotnik Stres. Universal Children’s Day is a UNICEF initiative under which children take on the most important roles in politics, the media, business, education, sports and culture for one day of the year. PM Cerar said that he was extremely happy to be able to take part in the initiative, as it represented an opportunity to listen more closely to children’s needs, at the same time bringing them closer to the world of political decision-making.

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    17.11.2017 - Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia Miro Cerar has been participating in the Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth, organised by the European Commission and the Swedish government. The Slovenian Prime Minister views this as an extremely important event, since any discussion on the future of the European Union, which has been a salient topic recently, must of necessity include the social dimensions of European cohesion. 

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    16.11.2017 - The Government adopted the Draft Investment Incentives Act, which will seek to attract investors to make long-term investments in Slovenia. The Government has also confirmed the text of the Draft Promotion of Tourism Development Act, which sets out the method of planning and activities for implementing the tourism development strategy on the national level, along with the necessary funding. In addition, the Government has adopted a decision on Slovenia’s candidacy for hosting the Galileo Security Monitoring Centre and discussed the case of Syrian refugee, Mr Ahmad Shamieh.

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    14.11.2017 - In today’s press release on the Ahmad Shamieh case, Prime Minister Cerar pointed out that, after studying all the legal and other aspects of the case, a decision had been taken to halt the process of returning Mr Shamieh to Croatia. Cerar stressed that this was an exceptional case of a refugee who had integrated well into the community and was making active efforts to become a proper part of that community. 

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    13.11.2017 -

    The Prime Minister of Slovenia, Dr Miro Cerar, is hosting the Prime Minister of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, who is on an official visit to Slovenia. The two agreed that relations between the two countries are very good and amicable, not only politically and professionally but also personally. The main topics of the discussion included Macedonia’s progress towards Euro-Atlantic integrations, economic cooperation, Slovenia’s development assistance to Macedonia, and cooperation between the two countries during the recent migrant crisis.

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