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    Slovenian victims of WWI honoured in Poland, Ukraine
    May23

    Slovenian victims of WWI honoured in Poland, Ukraine

    Monuments dedicated to Slovenians who lost their lives in WWI in present-day Poland and Ukraine were unveiled in Gorlice and Lviv on Wednesday. The two monuments honour the memory of more than 30,000 Slovenians who lost their lives in the bloody battles on the Eastern Front. …read more Source:...

    Memorials to Slovenian WWI victims to be unveiled in Poland and Ukraine
    May23

    Memorials to Slovenian WWI victims to be unveiled in Poland and Ukraine

    Two memorials to Slovenian soldiers killed in Galicia in the First World War will be unveiled in Poland and Ukraine on Wednesday. President Borut Pahor will attend the unveiling of the memorial in Gorlice, Poland, and Defence Minister Andreja Katič will travel to Lviv, where the Ukrainian memorial is to be unveiled. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian conflict high on agenda as Pahor visits Kyiv
    May11

    Ukrainian conflict high on agenda as Pahor visits Kyiv

    President Borut Pahor and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko called for seizing opportunities for peaceful resolution of the conflict in the eastern part of Ukraine as the Slovenian president paid an official visit to the country on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Bilateral cooperation in focus of president’s visit to Ukraine
    May11

    Bilateral cooperation in focus of president’s visit to Ukraine

    President Borut Pahor will visit Ukraine on Friday in what his office has labelled an opportunity to continue the political dialogue and intensify political and economic ties. …read more Source:...

    President Pahor expected in Ukraine on Friday
    May10

    President Pahor expected in Ukraine on Friday

    President Borut Pahor will pay an official visit in Ukraine on Friday. Pahor will reiterate Slovenia’s support for Ukraine’s reform efforts, its cooperation with the EU and its efforts to end the crisis in the east of the country, his office said ahead of the trip. …read more Source:...

    President Pahor to visit Ukraine next week
    May05

    President Pahor to visit Ukraine next week

    President Borut Pahor will pay an official visit to Ukraine on Friday to affirm Slovenia’s support for Ukrainian reform efforts and to discuss enhancing political and economic ties between the two countries with his host, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Boost to trade, Ukraine top agenda as Erjavec meets Makei
    Jul24

    Boost to trade, Ukraine top agenda as Erjavec meets Makei

    Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec and his Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Makei noted the good relationship between their countries but called for measures to facilitate business links, as they met in Ljubljana on Monday. They also discussed the Ukraine crisis, urging implementation of the Minsk Agreements. …read more Source:...

    Delo frustrated by EU’s approach to Ukraine
    Jul17

    Delo frustrated by EU’s approach to Ukraine

    Commenting on the standstill in Ukraine’s path to the EU, the daily Delo points out on Monday that more than 70% if Ukrainians are by now convinced that their country has taken the wrong road. …read more Source:...

    Lend Your Leg campaign to help Ukrainian teen
    Apr04

    Lend Your Leg campaign to help Ukrainian teen

    The Slovenian-run demining fund ITF Enhancing Human Security has dedicated its annual campaign on the International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action to a 12-year Ukrainian girl, who suffered severe injuries in a mine explosion. …read more Source:...

    Pahor feels much will still needed in Ukraine-Russia situation
    Feb12

    Pahor feels much will still needed in Ukraine-Russia situation

    President Borut Pahor met his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Kiev on Sunday on the last stop of a tour that also included visits to Germany and Russia. Pahor said after the talks, which also touched on the Ukraine-Russia dispute, that the “situation may still require a lot of political will in the future”. …read more...

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