PM says govt's measures to improve healthcare accessibility

Ljubljana, 14 December - Prime Minister Robert Golob expects healthcare services in Slovenia to become more accessible due to measures planned by the government. Answering a question from opposition New Slovenia (NSi) MP Iva Dimic, he said a comprehensive reform was planned in 2024, but "until then, we're putting out fires".

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Prime Minister Robert Golob answering MPs' questions.
Photo: Boštjan Podlogar/STA

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Prime Minister Robert Golob answering MPs' questions.
Photo: Boštjan Podlogar/STA

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Prime Minister Robert Golob (left) and outgoing Interior Minister Tatjana Bobnar (right).
Photo: Boštjan Podlogar/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Robert Golob answering MPs' questions.
Photo: Boštjan Podlogar/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Robert Golob answering MPs' questions.
Photo: Boštjan Podlogar/STA

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