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    20.12.2017 - The United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus a resolution declaring 20 May as World Bee Day. Every year on this day, the attention of the global public will be drawn to the importance of preserving bees and other pollinators. People will be reminded of the importance of bees for the entire humanity and invited to take concrete action to preserve and protect them. 

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    19.12.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar was in Zagreb today on a working visit. The main topic of the visit was the implementation of the arbitration ruling. In a statement for the press following the meeting, the Prime Minister emphasised that, for Slovenia, respect for and implementation of the arbitration ruling by both countries is the only possible way to resolve the border issue.

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    15.12.2017 - As part of the December summit of European leaders in Brussels, Slovenian PM Miro Cerar took part in the meeting of euro area countries on the topic of the future of economic and monetary union, and the meeting of the 27 concerning negotiations over the departure of the UK from the European Union (Brexit). Following the summit he also held a separate bilateral meeting with Croatian PM Andrej Plenković, with whom he agreed that he would visit Zagreb in the coming week.

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    15.12.2017 - Slovenian PM Miro Cerar is attending the regular meeting of the European Council in Brussels. The European leaders dedicated the first day of the meeting to discussions about security and defence, social affairs, education and culture, migrations and current foreign policy issues. Today’s meeting will focus on the future of the European economy and monetary union, and negotiations over the UK’s exit from the EU (Brexit).

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    11.12.2017 - Further to the funding agreement signed by the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology and SID Banka at the end of November 2017, under which a first Fund of Funds totalling EUR 253 million for the period 2014–2020 was established in Slovenia, to be managed by SID Banka, a first disbursement of European cohesion funding in the amount of EUR 63.25 million has already taken place. In this way the Government of the Republic of Slovenia is promoting the use of EU funding and at the same time providing new reimbursable incentives for financing sustainable economic growth and development.

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    08.12.2017 - “I see violations of human rights as an attack on human dignity,” said Minister of Justice Goran Klemenčič on the occasion of Human Rights Day. “I believe in dialogue and respect diversity, but never at the expense of the fundamental principles of human dignity and equality before the law.”

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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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