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    05.04.2018 - At today’s regular session, the Government adopted the text of the draft of the new Personal Data Protection Act (ZVOP-2) and sent it to the National Assembly for discussion under the urgent procedure. The draft systemically regulates the rights, obligations, procedures, supervisory mandates and other systemic and sectoral issues regarding the processing and protection of personal data. The Government was also briefed on the Report on the work of the Interministerial Working Group for the Coordination of European Court of Human Rights Rulings.

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    04.04.2018 - Slovenian PM Miro Cerar concludes his official visit to the Republic of Macedonia today. This morning, Prime Minster Cerar and his Macedonian host Prime Minister Zoran Zaev attended the Slovenian-Macedonian Business Forum, which is being held in parallel with the official visit. The business forum was also attended by Slovenian Minister of Economic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek, Director-General of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia Sonja Šmuc and a large economic delegation from Slovenia.

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    03.04.2018 - At the invitation of the Macedonian PM Zoran Zaev the Slovenian PM Miro Cerar is on a official return visit to the Republic of Macedonia both today and tomorrow. The purpose of the visit is the confirmation of traditionally good relations between the two countries, strengthening of economic cooperation and an exchange of opinions on the Euro-Atlantic future of the Republic of Macedonia and the Western Balkans. The Minister of Economic Development and Technology, Zdravko Počivalšek, and a strong economic delegation joined Slovenian PM on the visit.

  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    24.03.2018 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has hosted the Montenegrin Prime Minister Duško Marković on a working visit to Slovenia. The two leaders confirmed that relations between the two countries are excellent, with no open political questions. The Montenegrin PM thanked Slovenia for all its political and technical support on his country's path towards Euro-Atlantic integration.

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    23.03.2018 - PM Cerar attended the last day of a two-day meeting of the European Council and euro area summit in Brussels. On the first day, the European leaders discussed measures through which the EU will respond more effectively to current economic challenges, particularly with respect to the development of the internal market. On the second day of the meeting they approved guidelines for negotiating the future relationship with the United Kingdom and initiated a political process which will allow the adopting of the first major decisions regarding the development of the euro area at the June meeting of the European Council.

  • Source: SPBR

    22.03.2018 - Before today’s European Council meeting, Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar attended the Transport and Logistics Conference in Brussels. The conference was organised by the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Slovenian Business and Research Association (SBRA), and in addition to the prime minister, the attendees were also addressed by European Commissioner Violeta Bulc. 

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    22.03.2018 - The Government, acting as the general meeting of Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) ordered the SSH management board to convene the general meeting of Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB) and to adopt resolutions whereby in the event of existing or potential new final judgements of Croatian courts against Ljubljanska banka or NLB pertaining to transferred foreign currency deposits the interests of Slovenia will be fully taken into account and that adherence to the Slovenian legal order and international treaties will be ensured.

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    20.03.2018 - PM Miro Cerar met the newly elected Senator of the Italian Republic Tatjana Rojc. They talked about the situation of the Slovenian minority in Italy, the political situation in the neighbouring country after the elections and about the the relations between Slovenia and Italy. Senator Rojc stressed that she would continue the work of her predecessor Senator Tamara Blažina.

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    National Assembly takes note of resignation of Prime Minister

    20.03.2018 - The National Assembly took note of the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar on 20 March 2018. From this date on, the Government performs its regular duties and responsibilities as a caretaker government.

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    15.03.2018 - At today's session the Government took note of the IMAD's Spring Forecast. High economic growth will continue this year and will remain at a high level next year. In accordance with provisions on the functioning of the EU, the Government will write to the European Commission informing it of infringements of EU law on the part of the Republic of Croatia and calling on it to act.    


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