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Govt advisory body to upgrade policies for Slovenians in neighbouring countries

Brdo pri Kranju, 15 December - The government council for Slovenians in the neighbouring countries met on Tuesday to discuss ways to preserve the Slovenian language and identity there, and the role Slovenia should play in this. They agreed to continue this discussion with relevant authorities so as to upgrade existing policies and draft a new strategy.

Brdo pri Kranju
A session of the Council for Slovenians in Neighbouring Countries, an advisory government body. PM Janez Janša, its chair, and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Helena Jaklitsch, vice-chair, pictured.
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister

Brdo pri Kranju
The government council for Slovenians in neighbouring countries in session.
Photo: Government Office for Slovenians Abroad

Brdo pri Kranju
A session of the Council for Slovenians in Neighbouring Countries, an advisory government body. PM Janez Janša, its chair, pictured.
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister

Brdo pri Kranju
A session of the Council for Slovenians in Neighbouring Countries, an advisory government body.
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister

Brdo pri Kranju
A session of the Council for Slovenians in Neighbouring Countries, an advisory government body.
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister

Brdo pri Kranju
A session of the Council for Slovenians in Neighbouring Countries, an advisory government body.
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister

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