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Slovenian and Italian police have resumed the joint patrolling of the border in a bid to prevent illegal migrations on the Balkan migrations route, the Slovenian police said on Friday. Joint patrols had been suspended more than a year ago due to Covid-19.
NLB bank surged 3.79% on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange on Friday to push the SBI TOP benchmark half a percent higher to 1,168.59 points. Volumes were modest at EUR 751,000.
Proceedings have been launched against two doctors by the Medical Chamber tribunal due to their contentious statements about Covid-19 vaccination and vaccines, the chamber has told the STA. Unofficially, one of them is a member of an anti-vaccine doctors' movement.
The National Institute for Public Health (NIJZ) has announced that a new anonymous mobile app for checking the validity of EU digital Covid certificates is available to event organisers and service provider as of Friday.
Weather in Slovenia will be sunny on Saturday, with some thunderstorms possible in the north already in the morning. Morning lows will range from 14 to 20 degrees, and daytime highs from 29 to 34 degrees Celsius.
The European Commission has urged Slovenia to notify it about the transposition of the EU directives on copyright and TV and radio programmes into its national legislation. Slovenia has two months to respond or take action.
While smart countries are devoting a lot of attention, time and money to creating safe conditions in enclosed spaces ahead of autumn, especially in education, Slovenian Education Minister Simona Kustec is in Tokyo, enjoying the Olympics, Dnevnik says on Friday.