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Croatian, Slovenian defence ministers talk cooperation

By   /  25/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Croatian, Slovenian defence ministers talk cooperation

Croatian Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic in Ljubljana on Wednesday held talks with his Slovenian counterpart Andreja Katic about cooperation in defence and security challenges in Europe and its neighbourhood. During his stay in Ljubljana, Krsticevic also held talks with Slovenian President Borut Pahor. Addressing the press after their meeting, Krsticevic and Katic said the two […]

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Slovenia Threatens to Sabotage Croatian Tourism

By   /  13/01/2017  /  Business, Croatia, HR Business, HR Politics, Politics, SI Business, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia Threatens to Sabotage Croatian Tourism

Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec directly threatened Croatian tourist industry in the event that Croatia refuses to implement the decision of the arbitration tribunal which will later this year issue a verdict of a border dispute between Slovenia and Croatia. Croatia has left the proceedings and announced it will not accept the verdict, reports Novi […]

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PM wants for Slovenia to have well-arranged relations with neighbours in 2017

By   /  04/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on PM wants for Slovenia to have well-arranged relations with neighbours in 2017

Prime Minister Miro Cerar has said that his wish for Slovenia in 2017 is to have well-arranged relations with its neighbours and that he hopes that Croatia will respect a verdict which an international arbitral tribunal is expected to deliver regarding the Slovenia-Croatia border disagreement. “Concerning bilateral relations, I would primarily like to see good […]

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Slovenia Preparing for Arbitration Ruling on Border with Croatia

By   /  03/01/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia Preparing for Arbitration Ruling on Border with Croatia

Despite Croatia’s decision to withdraw from arbitration proceedings, Slovenia prepares for the verdict Slovenian President Borut Pahor and Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec said on Tuesday that Slovenia was committed to good bilateral relations with neighbouring countries, and stressed that Slovenia and Croatia should avoid any statements which would harm their relations in anticipation of the […]

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Foreign Ministry hosting Gulf Countries Day conference

By   /  15/12/2016  /  Energy, Politics, SI Energy, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Foreign Ministry hosting Gulf Countries Day conference

The Foreign Ministry is hosting its first Gulf Countries Day conference on Thursday aimed at boosting business with the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The conference aimed at strengthening cooperation with the six countries of the Persian Gulf, will be opened by Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec and GCC secretary general Abdul Latif bin […]

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High-Ranking Defence Officials Discuss Terrorist Threat in the Region

By   /  09/12/2016  /  AL Politics, Albania, BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, HR Politics, Kosovo, ME Politics, MK Politics, Montenegro, RS Politics, Serbia, SI Politics, Slovenia, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on High-Ranking Defence Officials Discuss Terrorist Threat in the Region

US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence Michael Carpenter (photo) said on Friday at Trakošćan that, due to intensified attacks on the fighters of the Islamic State in Mosul and the attack on Aleppo, there is a growing risk of terrorists coming to the region. Carpenter took part in a meeting of defence ministers of the […]

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Govt crisis looming as decision on doctors’ deal expected

By   /  01/12/2016  /  Politics, SI Politics, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Govt crisis looming as decision on doctors’ deal expected

The cabinet will take a decision on Thursday on the controversial deal freezing doctors’ strike, which both junior coalition partners oppose. They warn its endorsement could provoke a government crisis. The only way for the government to endorse the deal today is by Modern Centre Party (SMC) ministers outvoting their counterparts from the Social Democrats […]

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President, PM talk to US president-elect

By   /  24/11/2016  /  Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on President, PM talk to US president-elect

President Borut Pahor and Prime Minister Miro Cerar spoke on the phone with Donald Trump on Wednesday, it was the first official contact with the US president-elect. Pahor, who is just concluding his visit to Iran, expressed his wish for close personal relations with Trump and continued good cooperation between Slovenia and the US, the […]

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No-confidence debate ends with rejection of sole resolution

By   /  24/11/2016  /  Politics, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on No-confidence debate ends with rejection of sole resolution

The no-confidence motion against the entire government came to a halt early on Thursday, as the National Assembly dispersed after rejecting in a 48:19 the sole resolution put forward by the opposition Democrats (SDS) The resolution called on the government to realise its commitment that its main mission is to restore people’s trust in the […]

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