Prime Minister Marjan Šarec was on an official visit to the Vatican 27th of June. He had a private audience with Pope Francis. He also had a meeting with Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin.
Ljubljana ranks among the top 20 friendliest cities for cyclists in the Copenhagenize Index once again this year. After placing 13th in 2015 and 8th in 2017, this year it is in place 14 of the index, which is compiled … Continue reading
The slovenian word »sol« (meaning: salt) pronounces similarly as the english word »soul«. Concidence? Not really. »Sol« is the soul of Portoroža.
The Slovenian Interior Ministry responded to the announcement by Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini of the possibility of setting up barriers on the Slovenian-Italian border by saying that such a step would be part of Italy’s internal political decision-making.
The two ministers met in Mokrice as part of a business conference organised by the SLO CRO Business Club in honour of the two countries’ statehood days.
On 20 June 2019, the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK), the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (GZS) and the German-Slovene Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Slovenia / Slovensko-nemška gospodarska zbornica) signed the Memorandum … Continue reading
Parliamentary Speaker Dejan Židan and Swedish counterpart Andreas Norlen stressed after their meeting in Ljubljana on Wednesday that the two countries’ agreed on the the need to stabilise the Western Balkans. They also expressed support for the efforts of the … Continue reading
U.S. Embassy Ljubljana celebrated America’s 243rd Independence Day with more than 1,000 distinguished guests, including political and business leaders, academicians, artists, and representatives of the media, NGOs, youth, and entrepreneurial organizations. This year’s event was dedicated to commemorating the fifty-year … Continue reading
President Borut Pahor has received congratulations on Statehood Day from numerous heads of state and monarchs, including from Pope Francis, US President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Its own state, especially for a nation as small as Slovenia’s, is an asset in its own right, President Borut Pahor said as he addressed the national ceremony in Ljubljana’s Congress Square on Monday, the eve of Statehood Day, which … Continue reading