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Section: STA (Slovenia)

      Erjavec and Steinmeier Confirm Countries on Same Page Regarding Ukraine
      Dec18

      Erjavec and Steinmeier Confirm Countries on Same Page Regarding Ukraine

      Slovenia and German foreign ministers, Karl Erjavec and Walter Steinmeier, confirmed the countries were on the same page on current global issues and crises, as they met in Berlin on Thursday. …read more Source:...

      Slovenian, Russian Arrested for Organising Illegal Immigration
      Dec16

      Slovenian, Russian Arrested for Organising Illegal Immigration

      The Celje police have arrested a Slovenian and a Russian citizen suspected of helping a total of 22 foreigners, mostly Russians and Ukrainians, enter Slovenia illegally by providing them with fictitious employment. …read more Source:...

      Slovenia Believes in Peaceful Solution to Ukraine Crisis
      Dec04

      Slovenia Believes in Peaceful Solution to Ukraine Crisis

      Attending an OSCE ministerial in Basel on Thursday dedicated to global security challenges, Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec highlighted the Ukrainian crisis as the most pressing issue at the moment. He said Slovenia believed the situation could be solved in a peaceful way, in negotiations. …read more Source:...

      Erjavec in Switzerland for OSCE Ministerial
      Dec04

      Erjavec in Switzerland for OSCE Ministerial

      Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec is due to attend a two-day session of the Ministerial Council of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) starting in Basel on Thursday. The meeting will focus on the Ukraine crisis and its impact on security in the region. …read more Source:...

      Večer Calls Russia’s Decision on South Stream Manipulation
      Dec03

      Večer Calls Russia’s Decision on South Stream Manipulation

      The daily Večer sees Russia’s announcement of the scrapping of the South Stream gas pipeline project as a tactical move by President Vladimir Putin, a part of “his game” brought about by tensions due to the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source:...

      Slovenia for Resuming Dialogue through NATO-Russia Council
      Dec02

      Slovenia for Resuming Dialogue through NATO-Russia Council

      Slovenia backed Germany’s initiative on Tuesday for NATO to resume dialogue with Russia over the Ukraine crisis. Attending a NATO ministerial in Brussels, Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec also called for direct dialogue between Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

      Erjavec Joins NATO Colleagues for Debate on Ukraine, Afghanistan
      Dec02

      Erjavec Joins NATO Colleagues for Debate on Ukraine, Afghanistan

      Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec is due to take part in a NATO ministerial in Brussels on Tuesday dedicated to reviewing developments following the summit of the alliance in Wales in September. The focus will be on the crisis in Ukraine and the launch of the non-combat mission in Afghanistan. …read more Source:...

      Intereuropa Profit Wiped out by Force Majeure, Ukraine Crisis
      Nov27

      Intereuropa Profit Wiped out by Force Majeure, Ukraine Crisis

      Logistics firm Intereuropa reported a group net profit for the first nine months of the year of just EUR 351,000, down from almost EUR 5m in the same period of last year, as its business was hit hard by the natural disasters in the Balkans and the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

      FM Meets CoE SecGen to Discuss Reforms, Ukraine Crisis
      Nov25

      FM Meets CoE SecGen to Discuss Reforms, Ukraine Crisis

      The reform of the Council of Europe (CoE) and the Ukraine crisis were discussed by Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec and CoE Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland as the pair met on the margins of a ceremonial session of CoE working bodies addressed by Pope Francis in Strasbourg on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

      Večer Says Ukrainian Crisis More Complicated than Gordian Knot
      Nov21

      Večer Says Ukrainian Crisis More Complicated than Gordian Knot

      A year after the start of massive protests in Ukraine the situation is far from being resolved. The Ukrainian knot will be much harder and complicated to undo than the Gordian knot, the daily Večer says on Friday. Global forces have been unable to untangle the knot and cutting it with military force would be too dangerous. …read more...