Robert Golob

Bulgaria’s PM suggested that Slovenia join the Project for New Kozloduy NPP Reactors

Slovenia to join the project for the new reactors in the "Kozloduy" Nuclear Power Plant either as a buyer of energy or as an investor.

This is what Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov proposed to his Slovenian colleague Robert Golob at a bilateral meeting within the framework of the 18th Strategic Forum in the Slovenian city of Bled, reported the government information service.

EU aid package ready for Slovenia

The European Commission has put together a package of financial aid for Slovenia to help the country deal with the massive damage caused by flooding and offered what EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said was "maximum flexibility" concerning bureaucratic procedures.

Slovenia and Croatia sideline border dispute

Slovenia and Croatia have sidelined a border dispute that had loomed over bilateral relations for years in favour of a focus on areas where they can cooperate. Paying his first official visit to Zagreb on 14 July, Prime Minister Robert Golob said Slovenia remained firmly committed to the result of border arbitration but the issue would be taken off the daily political agenda.

Key decision on Krško 2 expected by 1 August

After months of criticism by nuclear energy advocates that the government is neglecting nuclear energy in favour of solar, Prime Minister Robert Golob has provided more clarity by saying the government will make a decision in principle on a second reactor at the existing nuclear power station in Krško by 1 August.