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    04.09.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar held several bilateral meetings today with notable attendees of the Bled Strategic Forum. After a working breakfast with OECD Secretary-General José Ángel Gurría and a working lunch with first vice-president of the European Commission Frans Timmermans, he held talks with United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, Indian Minister of External Affairs M.J. Akbar, Moldavian Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Galbur, Chairman of the Yaskawa Electric Corporation Junji Tsuda, and Secretary for Relations with States within the Holy See's Secretariat of State Paul Richard Gallagher. He concluded his working day in Bled with a working dinner with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić.

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    04.09.2017 - Slovenian prime minister Dr Miro Cerar has held a meeting with first vice-president of the European Commission Frans Timmermans at the Bled Strategic Forum in Brdo pri Kranju. Europe was at the forefront of their discussions, particularly the future of the EU, as was implementation of the arbitration ruling on the border dispute between Slovenia and Croatia.

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    04.09.2017 - Dear Mr President, madam Prime Minister, Dear Excellencies and other distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to the Bled Strategic forum 2017. Ongoing globalization, climate change and other global challenges of our time are profoundly changing our societies and the way of life. Digitalization and new technologies are making the world smaller. They became the key driver of progress in society. In general, people and businesses have better opportunities than ever before.

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    04.09.2017 - Just before the opening of the Bled Strategic Forum, Slovenian PM Miro Cerar met with the Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), José Ángel Gurría. At the morning working meeting, which was attended by several ministers, the Prime Minister stated that Slovenia is committed to moving ahead with structural reforms that will increase our productivity and ensure the long-term stability of public finances. Slovenia has made exceptional progress in the last three years, which is also reflected in the OECD reports.

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    02.09.2017 - At today's opening of the Young Bled Strategic Forum (Young BSF), Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar talked to participants about the fourth industrial revolution and highlighted the importance of digitalisation with a human face.

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    25.08.2017 - After more than two decades of effort by all of the past governments, the government of PM Miro Cerar finally and permanently pulled the construction of the second track out of a dead end. At the beginning of the referendum campaign, the PM stated that this is a modern, feasible and environmentally acceptable project which will enable the development of logistics in Slovenia, economic development, and the development of the coast and the Port of Koper. Over the long term, the project will create more than 9000 new jobs in Slovenia.

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    17.08.2017 - Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy, the Managing Authority for ERDF, ESF and Cohesion Fund, received Commission decision approving the largest environmental project in Slovenia in the 2014-2020 programming period.

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    13.07.2017 - 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 information included a summary of the Final Award, to which a working map of the entire border between Slovenia and Croatia after the award and a partial working translation of the award were attached.  

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    12.07.2017 - Addressing the Western Balkans Summit held in Trieste as part of the Berlin Process, Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar underlined Slovenia's importance as a liaison between the Western Balkans region and the European Union and said that Slovenia's knowledge of the region means it is able to contribute to mutual understanding.

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    12.07.2017 - PM Miro Cerar welcomed Croatian PM Andrej Plenković to Ljubljana for a working visit. Talks between the two leaders today focused above all on the arbitration decision, with Mr Plenković reiterating that the Croatian side does not recognise it. Mr Cerar, for his part, insisted that the arbitration award is binding on both sides and that respecting it also means acknowledging the importance of international law and a commitment to the fundamental values of the EU, such as the rule of law and respect for international obligations entered into.

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