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    29.05.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar today attended the 27th National Children's Parliament, which is traditionally organised by the Slovenian Association of Friends of Youth. The event saw 114 young people debate the topic of "Children and Planning the Future" in the National Assembly.

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    24.05.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar received the Federal President of Austria, Dr Alexander Van der Bellen, who is on an official visit to Slovenia on the invitation of Slovenian President Borut Pahor.

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    24.05.2017 - Among other business at today's session, the Government adopted the draft Spatial Management Act, the draft Act amending the Maritime Code and the draft Prešeren Prize Act, and took note of the Report on activities implemented and further measures to be taken in connection with the fire at the Kemis factory in Vrhnika.

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    23.05.2017 - The Prime Minister of Slovenia, Dr Miro Cerar, today hosts the Prime Minister of Estonia, Jüri Ratas, who is on a working visit to Slovenia. At a meeting between the two, they focused attention on European topics, since Estonia is preparing to hold the European Union Presidency, which it will take over in the second half of this year.

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    23.05.2017 - Representatives of the companies ELES, HOPS, SODO and HEP-ODS were in Brussels today to sign a grant agreement for the SINCRO.GRID project. This smart grids project, which receives 40.5 million euros of funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), is one of 18 key projects in the energy infrastructure projects field which the European Commission has proposed to member states for adoption.

  • 19.05.2017 - “With the celebration of World Bee Day , Slovenia wants to remind the world of the importance of preserving bees, since every third mouthful of food in the world depends on bees. Therefore we are also contributing to ensuring the security of the global food supply and the preservation of the environment,” says Prime Minister Miro Cerar.

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    18.05.2017 - At today's presentation and discussion of the draft of the Strategy for a Long-Lived Society, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said that we have emerged from the crisis with greater confidence, but that it is now time to take a new, decisive step, with a Strategy for a Long-Lived Society that must become part of our thinking.

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    17.05.2017 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar has reiterated at a press conference that there must not be a referendum on the Act on the second track of the Divača–Koper railway line, since this would halt a project to which every government to date has been firmly committed. The project is important, he said, because it maintains and consolidates Slovenia's position on the European and world map as a key transport link between the Port of Koper and the countries of central, eastern and, in part, northern Europe.

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    16.05.2017 - "The security of citizens and of our country is our prime concern," Prime Minister Miro Cerar said after today's meeting of the National Security Council, which today took note of the assessment of the security threat level in Slovenia prepared by the interdepartmental working group on counter-terrorism. The threat level remains low, but owing to unpredictable international circumstances it could change quickly, continued the Prime Minister.

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    15.05.2017 - "The second track project, as we have constantly emphasised, is a strategic project for Slovenia," said Minister Peter Gašperšič in response to the submission of signatures calling for a referendum on the Act on the second track of the Divača–Koper railway line. Our aim remains the same: to begin construction of Slovenia's biggest infrastructure project before the end of this year," concluded Minister Gašperšič.

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