Four Slovenian technology companies have joined the Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science for a multi-day trip to Moscow. The delegation is visiting the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Monday and hopes to deepen cooperation business ties. (Translated from Si21).
With Presidential elections on October 22nd fast approaching, the campaign has grown increasingly nasty. Opposition leader Janez Jansa used Facebook to launch a scathing attack on incumbent Borut Pahor. Jansa suggested that previously as Prime Minister Pahor did nothing to investigate whether Slovenia’s biggest state owned bank, Nova Ljubljanska […]
“Slovenia is preparing a law to further ease investment in the country which has secured several large investment projects this year, Minister of Economy Zdravko Pocivalsek said on Friday. He said the law, expected to come into force early next year, would cut red tape and permit the […]
“The Slovenian government adopted on Thursday a strategy on alternative fuels in the transportation sector under which the registration of new diesel and petrol cars would be prohibited after 2030. The government has not opted for an outright ban, instead it has put a ceiling on a car’s […]
“The nine candidates standing in the 22 October presidential election have talked to the STA about how they see Slovenia’s role in the international community, in particular from the aspect of challenges such as mass migrations and terrorism. They also said which global leader they would meet first […]
Photo courtesy of The Slovenia Times The nine current candidates for the October 22nd Slovenian Presidential Election are all running with the backing of parties. The only one who isn’t – the incumbent president, Borut Pahor. So, who are these candidates? They range from an actor, teacher, former soccer […]
At 97 years young, Norma Miller traveled to Slovenia this weekend. Known as the “Queen of Swing”, the visit of this living legend was supported by the US Embassy. She was accompanied by the Billy Bros. Swing Orchestra and sold out the Grand Hotel Union. (Translated from RTVSLO)
Iran Ambassador to Slovenia Morteza Darziramandi signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to hold courses on language, Iranian studies and to exchange professors and students. Over the past few years, Iranian professors have taught at the Universities in Ljubljana, Maribor and Nova Gorica. (Mehr News)