Prime Minister Janez Janša spoke with his Hungarian, Slovakian, and Israeli colleagues on the phone
Prime Minister Janez Janša spoke about the coronavirus epidemic with the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Both prime ministers exchanged information on the spread of COVID-19 in both countries, and also on the various mutations of the virus and vaccinations in Slovenia and Israel. Prime Minister Janez Janša congratulated his Israeli colleague for the historic vaccination project, and therefore for the preservation of lives in their country, which may serve as an inspiration to all.
Prime Minister Janez Janša then spoke with his Slovakian colleague, Igor Matovič. Both prime ministers exchanged information on the coronavirus epidemic situation in Slovenia and Slovakia. The Slovenian prime minister thanked his Slovakian colleague again for the help and submission of several thousand special tests which are sensitive enough to detect the English coronavirus variant. Even the Slovakian prime minister, Igor Matovič, said on Twitter that they were happy to help their Slovenian friends with the tests.
Speaking with the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, they spoke mainly about the coronavirus situation in both countries. The prime ministers agreed that the post-pandemic rapid recovery is key. West Balkan states also need to be helped to develop exit strategies and accelerate the process of joining the European Union.