Azer News has the view from Azerbaijan on closer links with Slovenia, in a story called “Slovenia offers its Koper port to Azerbaijani companies.”
e-flux previewed the 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts, which opens 7 June, in a story simply titled “The International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC)”, the name of hte venue where the show will take place.
Eurovision is coming, and with it increased interest in Slovenia’s entry, Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl. The duo were in Tel Aviv rehearsing, as reported, with videos, in ESC Today's "It’s Slovenia’s turn for rehearsal".
Food & Drink
Fortune looks at wine from “Eastern Europe”, with Slovenia featured alongside Georgia and Hungary, in “These Eastern European Countries Are Home to Some of the Most Dynamic Winemakers Right Now”.
Violeta Tomic, the European Left candidate for European Commission President, gave an interview to Euro News: “’With neo-liberal capitalism you cannot change climate goals,' says EU top job hopeful Tomic”. In a second article, the same organisation has another interview with Tomic, including a video, with the title "EU is 'built on anti-fascism' not Christian values, says EU top job hopeful Violeta Tomic"
The UK's Guardian took a trip to Bohinj for mountains, flowers and Ana Roš, in "Meadow larks: orchids and alpine views in Slovenia".
National Geographic continued its recent series on the country with “Here is Europe's most sustainable country in 20 pictures”
Outlook India visits Bled and Ljubljana in “Live Out Your Childhood Dreams In Slovenia”
The new Julian Alps Hiking Trail got covered on Travel + Leisure, in “This Gorgeous New 186-mile Trail Takes Hikers Through the Best of the Alps”