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  • Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

    31.03.2010 - Prime Ministers of Slovenia and Croatia, Borut Pahor and Jadranka Kosor, opened a joint exhibition of Slovenian designer Oskar Kogoj and Croatian architect Nenad Fabijanic at the Gliptoteka Gallery of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. The co-organiser of the exhibition is Slovenian Government Communication Office.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

    25.03.2010 - At 74th session the Government of the Republic of Slovenia finalised the text of a draft act on equal opportunities for persons with disabilities, approved 2010 Tourism Policy with guidelines for 2011, discussed a report on allocated financial incentives for foreign direct investment in Slovenia in 2009, and allocates additional relief aid of €465,000 to Haiti.

  • Foto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

    23.03.2010 - PM Borut Pahor attended the oral ruling of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia related to the Government's proposal for delivering an opinion on the compliance of the Arbitration Agreement concluded between the respective governments of Slovenia and Croatia with the Slovenian Constitution.

  • Together for the European Union: Contribution of the Western Balkans to the European Future

    20.03.2010 - A conference 'Together for the European Union: the Contribution of the Western Balkans to European Future' is taking place on 20 March 2010, at Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia. The conference will be hosted by the Prime Ministers of the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia.

  • Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

    18.03.2010 - At 73rd session, the Government approved a draft text initiating the procedure to amend Articles 160, 161 and 162 of the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia, adopted the National Programme of Cancer Control 2010-2015, and approved signing of a protocol between Slovenia and Croatian on co-operation in education as well as signing of the Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies (CEEPUS III) at the 16th Meeting of the Joint Committee of Ministers in Budva on 25 March 2010.

  • Photo: Bor Slana/Bobo, source: MFA

    17.03.2010 - Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar paid a working visit to Vienna, where he was received by Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger. As part of his visit, he also met Federal President Heinz Fischer and President of the National Council Barbara Prammer. The overall purpose of the visit was to review bilateral relations and exchange views on current European and international topics. At their meeting, the two foreign ministers also signed a joint statement.

  • Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA, source: Cabinet of PM

    PM Borut Pahor meets Slovakian President Ivan Gašparovič

    16.03.2010 - Prime Minister Borut Pahor met with the President of the Slovak Republic, Dr Ivan Gašparovič, who is at official visit to Slovenia. PM Borut Pahor thanked Slovakia for supporting the conference on the Western Balkans. Pahor and Gašparovič agreed that countries from the region need to join the EU, which will stabilise the Balkans.

  • Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

    12.03.2010 - Prime Minister Borut Pahor met with the President of the Republic of Croatia, Dr Ivo Josipović, who is on official visit to the Republic of Slovenia. The meeting primarily focused on the continuation of dialogue which could provide further enhancement of bilateral and multilateral cooperation and the consolidation of friendship between the two countries in all areas, in particular in the economic area.

  • 11.03.2010 - At today’s 72nd regular session, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia approved the guidelines for Slovenia’s policy on the Western Balkans and a draft declaration on the Western Balkans. An important step forward was made also by adopting a national programme of measures for Roma people for the 2010–2015 period. The Government also adopted a decision stating that Slovenia supports Iceland’s EU accession.

  • Photo: Astrit Ibrahimi

    08.03.2010 - Prime Minister Borut Pahor had a meeting in Pristina with the Kosovar Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi. The two particularly focused on preparations for the upcoming conference entitled "Together for European Union: Contribution of the Western Balkans to European Future" and to take place on 20 March 2010 at Brdo pri Kranju, as well as on the participation of the Republic of Kosovo in this conference.


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