Weekly review of events involving Slovenia, 14-20 October
Ljubljana, 21 October - President Borut Pahor paid an official visit at the Vatican, the first by a Slovenian head of state in two decades, signalling a thawing of relations. The health minister survived a no-confidence vote in parliament, two parliamentary committees gave the green light to CETA and Tina Maze ended her brilliant skiing career.
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