Slovenia

Why is Croatian Construction Tumbling, While Slovenia’s Grows?Photo: International Business Times

Why is Croatian Construction Tumbling, While Slovenia’s Grows?

“While the construction sector in Croatia’s neighbour to the north flourishes, things here at home aren’t so inspiring… As Posolovni Dnevnik/Suzana Varosanec writes on the 3rd of April, 2018, following the fall in the volume of construction works back during December 2017, in January 2018, relatively high growth […]

Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev (L) and Prime Minister of Slovenia Miro Cerar (R) inspect the guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony in front of the Government Building in Skopje on April 3, 2018. 
Miro Cerar is on a two day official visit to Macedonia. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKIPhoto: AFP

Slovenia PM Cerar in Skopje, Will Continue to Support Euro-Atlantic Integration

“Today’s official visit of the Prime Minister of Slovenia  Miro Cerar in Macedonia deepens the traditionally good relations between the two countries, which shared decades of common destiny in Yugoslavia. After the visit of Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev to Ljubljana in November last year, Cerar is launching […]

Slovenia Hosting First European Blockchain SummitPhoto: Twitter

Slovenia Hosting First European Blockchain Summit

“The first European blockchain summit, a high-profile event discussing European initiatives and regulations for blockchain technology and initial coin offerings (ICO), will be held at Slovenia’s Brdo pri Kranju next week. The event is organised by Blockchain Alliance Europe, the Slovenian government, and the US-based blockchain software technology […]

Slovene PM Travels to Macedonia to Talk EU and NATOPhoto: Vlada.si

Slovene PM Travels to Macedonia to Talk EU and NATO

“PM Miro Cerar will pay an official visit to Macedonia on Tuesday and Wednesday in what his office said was an affirmation of the good and friendly relations. Bilateral ties and Macedonia’s EU and NATO aspirations will be in the focus of talks.” (STA)

Oldest Slovene Passes Away at 110 Years and 216 Days

Oldest Slovene Passes Away at 110 Years and 216 Days

“At the age of 111, the oldest Slovene, Nikolaj Dragoš, died. The former policeman, born on August 27, 1907, was the oldest male resident of Slovenia of all time and one of only three ‘superstitions’ in Slovenian history. Dragoš died on Saturday, March 31st, from the Pensioners’ Association Vižmarje Brod. […]

Slovenian PM Elections on May 27 or June 3 if No PM-Designate NominatedPhoto: Government of Slovenia

Slovenian PM Elections on May 27 or June 3 if No PM-Designate Nominated

“The National Assembly took note Tuesday of President Borut Pahor‘s decision not to put forward a prime minister-designate following the resignation of Prime Minister Miro Cerar. If there are no candidates nominated by deputy groups, the next general election will be held on 27 May or 3 June. […]

Slovenia Reaches Out to Researchers in US

Slovenia Reaches Out to Researchers in US

“Minister for Slovenians Abroad Gorazd Žmavc and the chair of the American-Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF), Jure Leskovec, have signed a memorandum of cooperation to foster ties with Slovenians living and working in the US. They also signed a contract on the financing of an ASEF scholarship fund. The […]