Golob: Slovenia to take its cue from potential stepped-up energy measures

Ljubljana, 20 December - If potential more favourable schemes to tackle high energy prices in other EU member states receive the go-ahead from the European Commission, then Slovenia will follow suit, Prime Minister Robert Golob said on Tuesday. He is happy to see electricity prices dropping in recent days.

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Robert Golob (left) and Tibor Šimonka, president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), speak to the press after their meeting.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Robert Golob (left) and Tibor Šimonka, president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), speak to the press after their meeting.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Robert Golob (centre) meets with business representatives at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS).
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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