“The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said on Tuesday it has lifted its forecast for Slovenia’s economic growth to 4.0% in 2017, from 2.5% predicted in May, on robust domestic demand. Strong consumption momentum and strong recovery in investments, with the start of the new EU funding cycle, will boost Slovenia’s domestic demand, the EBRD said in its latest Regional Economic Prospects report. The contribution of net exports is likely to be negligible, as imports and exports should both keep rising on the back of higher domestic and favourable external demand, respectively. The EBRD also lifted, by 0.7 percentage points, its forecast for Slovenia’s 2018 economic growth to 2.9%. Risks to the projection relate to high corporate over-indebtedness, and the slow pace of business environment reforms and privatisation, the EBRD said. In 2016, Slovenia’s GDP expanded by 3.1%.” (SEENews)
Day or night, 🇺🇸 @USArmy's 297th Regional Support Group has got our @NATO Allies' back! Our troops recently worked with 🇵🇱 & 🇭🇷 Allies during WOJTEK Fire Exercise at Bemowo Piskie in #Poland fine tuning Allied interoperability. We are #StrongerTogether. #WeAreNATO
Happy to be a part of a story of a great friendship between 🇺🇸 and 🇸🇮, that soldiers of @10MTNDIV started to write on Mt. Mangart 75 years ago.⛷This important part of our shared history is now preserved in the book Americans on Mangart - 1945.📘
.@realDonaldTrump likens #Kosovo-#Serbia to #Israel-#Palestine.
#Slovenia's @BorutPahor visits N. Macedonia, supports #EuroAtlantic integration.
Kosovo Specialist Chambers arrests continue.
With Croatian education minister prof. Fuchs and rector prof. Ljutic @draganprimorac2 @StevenRuksj @Balkan_insider
Today, the United States Special Operations Command Europe Commander, Maj. Gen. David H. Tabor participated in a ceremony commemorating the 76th anniversary of Operation Halyard, which was an allied airlift operation in WWII.2