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    29.10.2009 - Government approved amendments to the National Farm Land and Forest Fund Act to facilitate better management, discussed the upcoming signing of a Cooperation Programme between the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs of the RS and the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy of Macedonia for the period 2010–2011, and agreed to Slovenian application for membership in the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization for the 2010–2013 period.

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    16.10.2009 - The Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, today received the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, accompanied by several ministers. Prime Minister Pahor and President Mubarak agreed that relations between Slovenia and Egypt were excellent and friendly. They confirmed that economic co-operation between the two countries was good and that it could be further enhanced through increased investment, especially in the area of transport services and the food industry.  

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    Slovenian Development Days Kick Off in Ljubljana

    15.10.2009 - The first Slovenian Development Days opened in Ljubljana on Thursday with the aim of raising awareness about the importance of international development aid. According to Foreign Ministry State Secretary Dragoljuba Bencina, Slovenia wants to assert itself as a donor and boost its institutional developmental cooperation system.  

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    PM Borut Pahor at the official visit to Montenegro

    02.10.2009 - PM Borut Pahor paid an official visit to Montenegro where held talks with Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic and attended a Slovenian-Montenegrin business conference in Podgorica. Both Prime Ministers agreed that the countries have good relations and share interest in enhancing economic cooperation and investments.

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    01.10.2009 - The Government discussed structural adjustment in 2010 and 2011 and the Communication of the Commission on climate protection, and approved the 16th report on the implementation of the Reciprocity Act.

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    PM Borut Pahor received Serbian President Boris Tadic

    30.09.2009 - PM Borut Pahor and President Boris Tadic agreed that the relations between the countries were good and without open issues, adding that there is potential to enhance economic cooperation. Slovenian PM also expressed Slovenian support for Serbia on its way to Euro-Atlantic integration. In their talks, special attention was given to the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to constitutional changes is needed.

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    24.09.2009 - The Government approved a draft Act amending the Personal Income Tax Act and issued a report on the implementation of recommendations of the National Assembly regarding the 13th annual report of the Ombudswoman for 2007, and the opinion on the 14th annual report.

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    18.09.2009 - On his working visit to Italy, PM Borut Pahor first met Tarcisio Bertone, Vatican Secretary of State, who thanked the PM for his visit and cooperation between Slovenia and the Vatican. Cardinal Bertone also expressed thanks for the cooperation of the Slovenian Government in arranging the premises of the Apostolic Nunciature in Ljubljana, and said he supported Slovenia's endeavours regarding Croatia's EU membership, saying that the countries are taking the right approach to finding the best solution.

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    17.09.2009 - PM Borut Pahor, attended an informal European Council meeting concerning the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh on 24 and 25 September. At a working dinner, the heads of state and government agreed on the EU’s position for the forthcoming summit. The Slovenian PM expressed his support for the common position, stressing that Slovenia sees it important that the G-20 provides continuous support for the economy until there is evidence that growth is strengthening.

  • Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

    17.09.2009 - The Government approved amendments to the Plan of the Active Employment Policy Programme for 2008 and 2009, allocated funds to the World Food Programme, and discussed negotiations on signing an agreement between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Serbia, which are in their final stage.


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