Latest News from Slovenia

Židan resigns as SD president, Fajon appointed interim head

Handing over the party presidency to Fajon, Židan told the press that, in his eyes, the MEP was a "future Slovenian prime minister", while Fajon said her priorities would include enhancing cooperation on the centre-left.

5G Technology is Being Tested in Slovenia

5G technology has been tested in the Slovenian seaside town of Koper as part of a larger European project funded by the European Commission. 

Telecom Slovenia has already installed the technical equipment at the port in the city, and the inspection of the network is planned to continue until the end of the summer.

Montenegro opens its borders on June 1, except towards Serbia

At the press conference in Podgorica, Markovic said that the criterion would be at least 25 patients per 100.000 inhabitants, RT CG reports.
He announced that Montenegro would open its borders with Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Albania and Greece on June 1st.

Flights to Cyprus to resume from select countries next month

Cyprus on Friday outlined plans for the phased resumption next month of commercial flights from a select number of countries with low Covid-19 infection rates to jump-start its vital tourism sector.

Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos said flights will begin in two phases — June 9 and 20 — from two groups of countries selected by an advisory body of medical experts.

AmCham organizes online event on tourism

The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce along with the AmChams of Slovenia, Montenegro and Croatia are organizing a digital event on Wednesday titled "Hosting International Tourists - When and How?" from 3 to 4.30 p.m.
For more information, visit cutt.ly/IyTMWJp.

Ten EU states agree on rules for tourism reopening

Ten European Union states, including Greece, on Monday agreed on a set of rules regarding the gradual easing of movement restrictions introduced to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

11 EU states agree on rules for tourism reopening

Eleven European Union states, including Greece, on Monday agreed on a set of rules regarding the gradual easing of movement restrictions introduced to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Slovenia: COVID-19 Spread is Under Control

Slovenia, a mountainous nation of two million people, has become the first European country to proclaim an end to the coronavirus epidemic at home.

The European Union state's government said on Friday the COVID-19 spread is under control and there is no longer a need for extraordinary health measures.

Drive-in cinema kicks off in Ljubljana

The first drive-in cinema to be held after the coronavirus epidemic in Slovenia has been organised by businessman Miran Starman, who got a green-light by the Health inspectorate.

Romania, largest annual economic growth in EU in Q1 2020

Romania recorded the most significant economic growth of the 27 EU member states in the first quarter of 2020, compared to the same period in 2019, according to the flash estimates published on Friday by the European Statistical Office ( Eurostat).

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