Ljubljana – Swedish furniture group Ikea opened its much-anticipated first store in Slovenia on Thursday. “Although this is not an opening we expected, we are grateful to be here today,” Sara Del Fabbro, the CEO at Ikea South East Europe, said at today’s inauguration event in Ljubljana’s BTC shopping district amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Serbia will join the EU in four years, in 2021 or 2022, and deserves to be a member of that community, say the mayor of Slovenia's capital Ljubljana.
In an interview for Serbia' Biznis magazine, cited by Beta on Wednesday, Zoran Jankovic said that he "does not want to insult anyone - but if EU accessions are looked at historically, in what way is Serbia worse than, say, Bulgaria?"
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Thursday begins a two-day official visit to Slovenia, where he will meet with the country's top officials.
President Nikolic will on Thursday meet with Slovenian President Borut Pahor, Parliament Speaker Milan Brglez and Prime Minister Miro Cerar in Ljubljana, and then also with the mayor of the Slovenian capital, Zoran Jankovic.
Agrokor is to buy a 53.1 percent stake in the Slovenian food retailer Mercator for a price of 86 euro per share, media reported on Thursday.
From the money paid by Agrokor, shareholders will receive 325 million euro, Mercator subcontract suppliers 20 million euro, while the rest will go directly to the Slovenian company, which to finance its bank loans.