STA, 13 July 2018 - The government filed on Friday a lawsuit against Croatia over its non-implementation of the border arbitration decision. The lawsuit filed at the EU's Court of Justice in Luxembourg is based on Article 259 of the Lisbon Treaty.
STA, 13 July 2018 - Police apprehend 33 illegal migrants in the south-east of the country on Thursday - 22 in the Črnomelj area, eight near Dolenjske Toplice and three in the Kočevje area.
STA, 13 July 2018 - Slovenia-based air carrier Adria Airways, which was acquired by the German 4K Invest in early 2016, has expanded its fleet with six new Saab 2000 planes, which puts the total number of its planes to 21, the highest ever. The six 50-seat airliners will be on lease from the US company Jetstream Aviation Capital.
STA, 13 July 2018 - The weekly Mladina speaks in its latest editorial about how Slovenia is giving up its last silverware and economic sovereignty lever via the privatisation of the NLB bank, while other countries are demonstrating how important it is for the state to stand by its economy during times of crisis.
STA, 13 July 2018 - Commenting on the Ljubljana real estate market in Friday's commentary, the business newspaper Finance says that the Statistics Office, the central bank and the Surveying and Mapping Authority (GURS) do not give sufficient data on the situation in a time when it seems that a new bubble is being inflated in the capital.
STA, 12 July 2018 - Prime Minister Miro Cerar said after the last day of talks on defence spending at the NATO summit that Slovenia had made no new promises but was sticking to its commitments from the past. "Our commitments remain the same. We are economical and reliable. We promise only what we can actually keep," he said.
STA, 12 July 2018 - Democrat (SDS) leader Janez Janša will launch informal exploratory talks with prospective coalition partners after he was given a week by President Borut Pahor to decide whether to accept the nomination for prime minister-designate as the winner of the general election.