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61st regular session of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia

The Government took note of the corona virus situation in the People’s Republic of China and decided to send the People’s Republic of China, on the basis of a request submitted through the European Union Civil Protection Mechanism, material assistance in the form of protective masks, cover 25% of transport costs (to the maximum amount of 20,000 EUR), and grant a contribution of 60,000 EUR to the World Health Organisation (WHO) for emergency humanitarian aid.
Government Session

Government Session | Author Bor Slana, STA

At today’s session, the Government adopted the 2020 annual plan on the management of state-owned assets managed by the Government. The annual plan details the objectives in the management of individual investments, measures and orientations for achieving these objectives, anticipated cash flows from the management of assets, and the impact of achievement of the objectives on the budget. These are state capital investments whose management is within the competence of the Government and that fall within the responsibility of the Ministries of Infrastructure (ELES, SODO BORZEN, 2TDK, and DRI investment management), Economic Development and Technology (Holding Kobilarna Lipica), and Agriculture, Forestry and Food (SiDG).

As the founder and sole partner of 2TDK, Družba za razvoj projekta, d.o.o., the Government adopted the Business Plan of 2TDK d.o.o. for 2020. The business plan of the company was previously discussed by the Supervisory Board and the Project and Financial Council, which gave their prior consent to the document.

The government gave its approval to the contents of the call for enrolments for second-cycle master's degree programmes. At the University of Ljubljana, the Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto and the Faculty of Applied Social Studies in Nova Gorica, a total of 8020 enrolment places will be available in the 2020/21 academic year, which is slightly more than in the current academic year.

The Government also approved the contents of the call for enrolments in third-cycle doctoral programmes at the University of Ljubljana and the Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto. The number of places available for the first-year enrolment in the 2020/21 academic year will be 936 at the University of Ljubljana and 17 at the Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto.