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    PM Cerar welcomes EC position on arbitration

    05.07.2017 - Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar has welcomed the position of the European Commission, which calls for the decision of the Arbitral Tribunal to be respected and implemented. He described the Commission's willingness to assist in the implementation of the arbitration decision as welcome. He added that he cannot imagine a country that is a member of the EU ignoring an arbitration decision. He called for an avoidance of tensions and for both sides to maintain good neighbourly relations. He also said that arbitration is a good example that shows that it is possible to resolve disputes in a civilised manner, which is particularly important for the Western Balkans.

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    03.07.2017 - Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar has visited Piran and Metlika. In Piran he met representatives of local authorities and the fishing community and assured them that implementation of the arbitration agreement will take place in an organised manner. He said that the Government will take into account those citizens most affected by the decision, when implementing the arbitration ruling, and underlined that the Government's first priority, following the award of the Arbitral Tribunal, will be to look at the individual situations of those concerned.

  • Foto: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    01.07.2017 - Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar today visited Razkrižje, Hotiza and Mirišče – three communities along the border with Croatia that have in one way or another been affected by the decision of the Arbitral Tribunal. The Prime Minister emphasised that the Government will be in daily contact with the inhabitants of the area and that everyone affected by the decision will be dealt with individually. The Government will do everything in its power to ensure that people are not harmed by the decision and that they retain their rights. The Prime Minister is sincerely happy that the people of Mirišče have proudly hung out the Slovenian flag and are able to celebrate after many years of uncertainty.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    30.06.2017 - In its session today the Slovenian Government was briefed on the Final Award made by the Arbitral Tribunal, which issued its ruling on the border between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia on 29 June 2017. The Government takes the view that the Arbitral Tribunal has performed its task under the Arbitration Agreement between Slovenia and Croatia.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    30.06.2017 - The Government will devote special care to the implementation of the arbitration award, and in particular to those people living in the border area who are directly affected by the ruling, said the Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar at a press conference.

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    29.06.2017 - At its session today, the Government defined the text of the draft Financing of Municipalities Act, the Government also defined the text of the draft Employment, Self-Employment and Work of Aliens Act as well as the draft Aliens Act, which it also adopted today and submitted to the National Assembly for discussion and adoption. The Government also adopted the text of the draft Election of Slovenian Members to the European Parliament Act and issued the Decree on setting prices for certain petroleum products.

  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    29.06.2017 - Today's decision of the arbitration tribunal on the Slovenia-Croatia border is a historic moment for Slovenia, PM Miro Cerar said as he commented on the ruling.

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    Statement of PM Cerar following the issue of the final award in the arbitration between Slovenia and Croatia regarding the maritime and land border

    29.06.2017 - After four years of work, the Arbitral Tribunal in The Hague will today issue its final award regarding the land and maritime border between Slovenia and Croatia, which the two countries have been unable to define since becoming independent. Following the issue of the final award in the arbitration between Slovenia and Croatia, Slovenian PM Miro Cerar will respond to the decision of the Arbitral Tribunal with a statement from the government press centre at around 16:00 hours. The statement will be broadcast live on the following link .

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    21.06.2017 - At today's session the Government adopted the draft Medical Practitioners Act, the Government has drawn up the text of the draft Act on the Implementation of the Regulation (EU) on transparency of securities financing transactions and of reuse and was briefed on the Analysis of trends in the prices of released petroleum products and approved the annual report of the BAMC for 2016.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    15.06.2017 - At today's regular session the Government defined the crisis management system in greater detail by approving amendments to the Government of the Republic of Slovenia Act, discussed the draft Collective Action Act, designed to enable the easier exercising of rights in cases of mass harm, and took note of the report on implementation of the relocation and resettlement scheme.


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