Slovenia advocates upgrade of EU "services passport"

Brussels, 29 February - The EU ministers in charge of competitiveness, including Slovenia's Zdravko Počivalšek, discussed in Brussels on Monday the single market strategy for services and goods, in particular the "services passport", with Slovenia joining the camp advocating the introduction of a mutually-recognised services passport.

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