The Prime Minister of the Republic of Northern Macedonia Zoran Zaev and business delegation are paying an official visit to the Republic of Slovenia on Monday and Tuesday for talks with his Slovenian counterpart Marijan Šarec aimed at enhancing bilateral political relationship and diverse cooperation between the two nations.
Slovenian generic drugs producer Krka made a group net profit of 70.3 million euros ($78.4 million) in the first quarter of 2019 versus 49.4 million euros in the same period last year, Krka said in a statement. It said sales rose to 378.5 million euros, up from 338 million a year ago.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia Miro Cerar will host the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Tomáš Petříček on Monday, May 27, 2019. The purpose of the visit is to strengthen political dialogue and friendly relations between the Republic of Slovenia and the Czech Republic. The topics of discussion will be a bilateral relations between the states and current European and international issues.
President Borut Pahor and his visiting Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinistö stressed in Ljubljana on Thursday the need for the EU to continue to focus on what its people have in common and what unites them.
A security inspector of the Civil Aviation Agency pretending to be a passenger managed to bring a dummy explosive device past the checkpoints at the Jože Pučnik Airport Ljubljana last week, public broadcaster TV Slovenija reported.
Germany is Slovenia’s top trade partner and last year’s trade between the countries was record high but there is still room for boosting business ties and increasing exports to Germany, heard the participants of an event hosted by the Slovenian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ljubljana.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov will pay a working visit to Slovenia on Tuesday and Wednesday, 28 and 29 May 2019. He will meet with his host, the Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs Miro Cerar, the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor, and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia Marjan Šarec.
President Borut Pahor is hosting his Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinistö. Finnish President met Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and Speaker Dejan Židan and debated a climate change issues with secondary school students in Kranj. The officials talked about bilateral relations between Finland and Slovenia, the Presidents will discuss topics such as security policy and the future of Europe.
AmCham Slovenia, as part of its CEO’s Vice-Presidency of the AmChams in Europe organization, the umbrella organization for 45 AmChams from 43 countries, organized AmChams in Europe’s annual Transatlantic Conference in the USA, which was attended by representatives from 29 European and Eurasian AmChams.
The first meeting of the foreign ministers of the Germany-Portugal-Slovenia trio that is to successively preside over the Council of the EU in 2020-2021 has shown the countries have similar views on the bloc’s challenges and priorities, the Slovenian Foreign Ministry Miro Cerar said after Wednesday’s talks in Berlin.