“Miro Cerar, a former prime minister who now is Slovenia’s top diplomat, met Friday with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton. It was the first official visit paid to Washington by a Slovenian foreign minister since 2010.” (Washington Post)


“Slovenia’s parliament on Thursday approved a phased ten percent increase in the minimum wage, as the Euro Zone country’s economy continues to rebound from a 2013 crisis with its fifth year of growth.

With 56 votes in favor and no votes against, the 90-seat parliament approved raising the minimum wage from its current level of 638 euros ($725) per month after tax to 667 euros, starting in January 2019.” (France 24)