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    04.10.2017 - Predsednik Vlade Republike Slovenije dr. Miro Cerar se je danes udeležil dogodka »Z EU sredstvi do športnih uspehov - Junaki zime na Pokljuki«, ki so ga pripravili Smučarska zveza Slovenije, MIZŠ, MGRT ter Služba Vlade RS za razvoj in evropsko kohezijsko politiko. Premier je zbrane nagovoril in izpostavil, da ga »množica tako mladih športnikov začetnikov kot profesionalnih športnikov na Pokljuki utrjuje v prepričanju, da Slovenijo in slovenski šport čaka svetla prihodnost«.

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    03.10.2017 - Slovenia’s strategic priority is a stable, unified and a more closely linked European Union, emphasised Prime Minister Miro Cerar at today’s Government working consultation. The challenges brought about by the economic and financial crisis, migration pressures and above all the United Kingdom’s decision to withdraw from the Union have stimulated discussions about the future of the EU. The latter have intensified further in recent weeks following the annual address of the President of the European Commission and discussions held at the informal meeting of the European Council in Tallinn at the end of last week.

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    29.09.2017 - PM Miro Cerar attended the Tallinn Digital Summit of EU heads of state or government organised by the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in cooperation with the President of the European Council and the European Commission. The aim of today's summit on the digital future was to discuss plans for digital innovation with the aim of keeping Europe ahead of the technological curve while becoming a digital leader, globally, in the years to come.

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    28.09.2017 - The Government today approved the proposed amendments to the state budget for 2018 and the proposed state budget for 2019 with the corresponding documentation. It also adopted an amendment to the framework for state-sector budgets for the period 2018-2020. 

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    24.09.2017 - It was the government’s assessment at the beginning of the referendum campaign that the legislative referendum that was held today was a constitutional right. The people are sovereign and, if they believe that they have to give their seal of approval to an important decision, it is only right and proper that they be allowed to voice their opinion. While PM Cerar believes that more than a few people used the referendum on the act on the second track of the Divača–Koper railway line for reasons of political advantage and to make baseless accusations, most of those who voted made it very clear that they had had enough of the political games being played with major projects such as this one.

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    23.09.2017 -

    Prime Minister Miro Cerar is concluding his visit to the United States of America in Cleveland, the city with the largest Slovenian community outside Slovenia. The Prime Minister has opened the new premises of the Consulate General of the Republic of Slovenia, visited a Slovenian art and archives exhibition and taken part in a meeting with the Slovenian community at the Slovenian National Home. 
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    21.09.2017 -

    Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, Excellences, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen.
    Let me start by congratulating His Excellency Miroslav Lajčák upon his election as the President of the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly.
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    21.09.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar, who is continuing his working visit and participating in the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly, held several bilateral meetings yesterday outside of the assembly, including meetings with President of the General Assembly Miroslav Lajčak, Kosovan President Hashim Thaci and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. The Slovenian Prime Minister will address the General Assembly today.

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    21.09.2017 - At its 149th regular government session, the government adopted the 2017 autumn forecast of economic activity, which predicts 4.4% GDP growth for this year; in the next two years the broad-based economic growth will continue, hovering between 3% and 4%. The forecast is based on assumptions of stable economic conditions at home and internationally and favourable expectations.

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    20.09.2017 -

    The first two days of Slovenian prime minister Dr Miro Cerar’s visit, where he is taking part in the 72nd meeting of the UN General Assembly, have passed with the opening of the General Assembly, several bilateral meetings and attendance at an event organised by the French president on the global environmental agreement.
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