Slovenia's Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs was targeted by a cyberattack on 7 April. It said appropriate security protocols had been launched while the scale of the attack was still being assessed.
The ministry told the STA they had detected the attack together with partners. The staff continue to work as normal.
Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon and her Italian counterpart Antonio Tajani committed to further cooperation between the two counties in the management of illegal migrations as they met in Ljubljana on 17 March. They said they were in agreement about the need for the issue to be addressed at the EU level.
Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob underlined his choice of Bosnia-Herzegovina for his first official visit abroad by announcing in Sarajevo on 13 March that Slovenia wanted to be Bosnia's strongest ally. Golob pledged extensive technical support in Bosnia's EU membership efforts, speaking of a historic opportunity in the face of a changed attitude to enlargement.