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    19.04.2017 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar today attended the "Smart Mobility for a Green Future" conference, which was jointly organised by the Ministry of Infrastructure and the European Commission. Other attendees included representatives of the business enterprise sector, the energy sector, the public administration, research institutions, interest groups and professional associations.

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    13.04.2017 - At today's regular session the Government of the Republic of Slovenia determined the text of the Act on conditions for the appointment of an extraordinary member to the management board of companies of systemic importance for the Republic of Slovenia and sent it to the National Assembly for reading and adoption under the urgent legislative procedure. The Government also proposed amendment of some commitments regarding the sale of NLB.

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    13.04.2017 - In today’s afternoon talks with his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenković, Prime Minister Miro Cerar once again recalled that “Slovenia is a responsible Member State of the European Community that respects international commitments. As protectors of the Schengen border, we are duty bound to ensure proper control of the border. We will also expect the same from Croatia, when it becomes a member of the Schengen Area.”

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    11.04.2017 - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar today attended the foundation stone laying ceremony for Lek d.d.'s new anti-infectives production plant in Prevalje. The new plant represents Novartis's biggest investment in Slovenia to date. The investment will have a total value of 105 million euros and will lead to the creation of at least 150 new jobs with high added value in the pharmacy sector in the Koroška region.

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    11.04.2017 - At a joint meeting this morning, PM Cerar received newly appointed Mercator CEO Tomislav Čizmić, Mercator Serbia executive director Aleksandar Seratlić and Mercator Montenegro executive director Ivan Karadžić. They assured the Prime Minister that despite parent company Agrokor's difficulties, Mercator is operating well and remains a stable business in the region. They will provide a more detailed presentation of their operations on Friday at the extraordinary meeting requested by Slovenian regulators.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    10.04.2017 -   Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar travelled to Sarajevo today on an official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the invitation of Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Zvizdić. The ministers described relations between the two countries as very good, and see the visit as an opportunity for new impetus in expanding cooperation between the two countries and their governments.

  • 06.04.2017 - At today’s ordinary session the Government of the Republic of Slovenia discussed the introduction of a special project to reduce waiting times in healthcare, and also adopted a national strategy to prevent and manage HIV infection for the 2017 to 2025 period. The Government also decided on the wording of the new Organisation and Financing of Education Act.

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    06.04.2017 - This year's World Health Day is dedicated to depression, one of the most common mental disorders, which is believed to affect one in six individuals at least once in their life. According to the Prime Minister, "citizens deserve changes for the better in Slovenia's health care system. The Government is working hard every day to achieve these changes."

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    04.04.2017 - On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Slovenian Export and Development Bank (SID Banka), Prime Minister Miro Cerar described it as a venerable and important institution that played a vital role in the past and during the latest crisis and still plays an important role today. He explained that the Government does not see digitalisation – a central focus of the event – as a question of choice but of speed, and expressed his view that SID Banka can play a key role in the sustainable development of Slovenia, in other words development that gives digitalisation a human face.

  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    03.04.2017 - European Council President Donald Tusk was in Slovenia today for a working visit at the invitation of Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar. Their discussions focused on the future of the European Union, the United Kingdom's exit from the EU and conditions in the Western Balkans.


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