“Maribor Prosecutor’s Office on Thursday at the local district court filed an indictment against Andrej Sisko, in which he is being charged with the activities of Styria varde for the offense of the incitement to violent change of the constitutional order. STA today confirmed wit the head of the Maribor Prosecutor’s Office Darko Simonič, adding that at the same time also proposed extension of detention.

Šiško has been in custody since September 12th, since, according to the findings of criminal investigators, and now also of the prosecutor’s office.  It became evident that the call for the overthrow of the highest representatives of the state were announced by the Styrian Varde Assembly in early September near Apač.” (translated from Delo)

“Slovene Defense Minister Karl Erjavec had to postpone his official visit to France, where he was to meet with French Defense Minister Florence Parly, due to the protest of the yellow jackets in France. It was announced on Saturday. He would have also attended the European Democratic Party (EDP) Congress in Paris.

At the Ministry of Defense, they confirmed that the cabinet of both ministers agreed to postpone the meeting of Karl Erjavec and Florence Parly at the beginning of January next year.”(translated from Sio1)

“Archaeologists, doing a protective excavation in Bela Krajina without any major expectations, were most surprised when they hit an extremely rare find – a bronze belt bearing a golden coin from the 3rd century BC.

According to expert Peter Kos, the coin found at the Pezdirčeva Njiva site is a Celtic imitation of an Alexander the Great stater featuring goddesses Nike and Athena.

‘A golden coin as such is a rare find in Slovenia. As far as I know, this is the third golden coin found at Slovenian sites, and as it seems, the oldest,’ Lucija Grahek of the Archaeology Institute of the Academy of Sciences and Arts told the STA.” (Slovenia Times)