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Politics 17:55

Ljubljana and Sarajevo become twin towns

Mayor of Ljubljana Zoran Janković and Mayor of Sarajevo Benjamina Karić signed an agreement on the Slovenian and Bosnian capitals becoming twin towns as the pair met in Sarajevo on Friday, the Ljubljana municipality said in a release. The mayors believes this will enable the cities to share good practices and deepen cooperation.

Arts 17:19

Golob announces prompt renovation of country's leading theatre

Prime Minister Robert Golob announced on Friday a prompt start of renovation works at SNG Drama in Ljubljana. Visiting the country's leading theatre in the company of Culture Minister Asta Vrečko after delayed renovation preparations, Golob expressed surprise at how the building had been allowed to decay to its current state.

Politics 16:55

Govt to introduce food allowance if necessary, PM says

The government might introduce a food allowance in the autumn if the soft measures fail to do their job, Prime Minister Robert Golob indicated on Friday. "In October, we will see whether more rigorous measures will be needed as regards food price regulation," he added.

Politics 14:37

Foreign Ministry still examining initiative to ban Russian tourists

The Slovenian Foreign Ministry said on Friday it was still examining the proposal to stop issuing tourist visas to Russian citizens. Slovenia will continue to "look for solutions together with EU member states", the ministry said. EU foreign ministers are expected to discuss the issue at the end of the month.

Politics Press Review 7:40

Dnevnik analyses Turkey's foreign policy

Dnevnik looks at Turkey's foreign policy under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Friday's commentary, noting that it is now returning to calmer waters after years of confrontation. "But Ankara is still far from the policy of Erdogan's early years that made Turkey stronger than ever before in foreign policy," it says.

Politics 7:00

Gap between young and old widening

Slovenia's society is ageing quite significantly, shows data released by the Statistics Office for International Youth Day, observed on Friday. The number of those between the ages of 15 and 29 dropped by 15% over the past decade, while the number of those aged 65 or more increased by 29%.

Politics 7:00

Intergenerational solidarity seen as good in Slovenia

This year's International Youth Day is dedicated to intergenerational solidarity, with Slovenia being one of the countries with a number of projects involving both the young and old, from digital skills courses to aid for the elderly provided by students.