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      Delo frustrated by EU’s approach to Ukraine
      Jul17

      Delo frustrated by EU’s approach to Ukraine

      Commenting on the standstill in Ukraine’s path to the EU, the daily Delo points out on Monday that more than 70% if Ukrainians are by now convinced that their country has taken the wrong road. …read more Source:...

      Lend Your Leg campaign to help Ukrainian teen
      Apr04

      Lend Your Leg campaign to help Ukrainian teen

      The Slovenian-run demining fund ITF Enhancing Human Security has dedicated its annual campaign on the International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action to a 12-year Ukrainian girl, who suffered severe injuries in a mine explosion. …read more Source:...

      Pahor feels much will still needed in Ukraine-Russia situation
      Feb12

      Pahor feels much will still needed in Ukraine-Russia situation

      President Borut Pahor met his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Kiev on Sunday on the last stop of a tour that also included visits to Germany and Russia. Pahor said after the talks, which also touched on the Ukraine-Russia dispute, that the “situation may still require a lot of political will in the future”. …read more...

      President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour
      Feb12

      President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour

      President Borut Pahor will be in Ukraine on Sunday in what is his last stop on the tour as part of which he has already visited Germany and Russia. Pahor will meet his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

      Pahor calls for Ukraine de-escalation in Moscow
      Feb10

      Pahor calls for Ukraine de-escalation in Moscow

      Meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Friday, President Borut Pahor said that a de-escalation in eastern Ukraine was essential for improving EU-Russia ties and boosting economic cooperation. Putin also expressed interest in the latter, including for Russian companies to get involved in projects in Slovenia. …read more...

      Politico: Pahor’s goal in Moscow to cajole Putin into ceasefire
      Feb10

      Politico: Pahor’s goal in Moscow to cajole Putin into ceasefire

      Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor is heading for Moscow with the goal of “cajoling” Russian President Vladimir Putin into endorsing a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, the Politico news portal reports. …read more Source:...

      Pahor to discuss business, topical issues with Putin
      Feb10

      Pahor to discuss business, topical issues with Putin

      President Borut Pahor will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday as he continues his mini tour of Germany, Russia and Ukraine. Topping the agenda in Moscow will be economic cooperation and topical international issues, especially hotspots. Pahor will be accompanied by several ministers and a sizeable business delegation. …read...

      Delo says Slovenia able to offer good diplomatic initiatives
      Feb09

      Delo says Slovenia able to offer good diplomatic initiatives

      With his visits to Germany, Russia and Ukraine, President Borut Pahor has the opportunity to take advantage of the diplomatic offering of an internally stable and economically advancing country Slovenia wants to be, the daily Delo says in Thursday’s front-page commentary. …read more Source:...

      Dnevnik sees Pahor benefiting from Germany-Russia-Ukraine tour
      Feb07

      Dnevnik sees Pahor benefiting from Germany-Russia-Ukraine tour

      President Borut Pahor is embarking on his most touchy tour ever – but it is destined to succeed, Dnevnik comments on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

      President to promote peace and trust in Germany, Russia, Ukraine
      Feb06

      President to promote peace and trust in Germany, Russia, Ukraine

      Presenting his upcoming visits to Germany, Russia and Ukraine, President Borut Pahor told reporters on Monday that his goal would be to enhance trust. The problems in the EU and the wider region have become so abundant that they need to be tackled, he said. …read more Source:...