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Minister Logar on Slovenian EU Presidency in European Parliament

Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar held working meetings in the European Parliament in Brussels today. He met with the leaders of the three parliamentary groups and the Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET), David McAllister, and briefed them on the priorities of Slovenia's EU Council Presidency. During this period, Minister Logar will assume the role of the EU Council representative in dealings with the European Parliament.

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Minister Anže Logar with David McAllister, Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister | Author Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve

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During his working visit to Brussels today, Minister Logar met with the leader of the Greens/EFA political group, Ska Keller, the leaders of the Group of European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR), Ryszard Legutko and Raffaele Fitto, and the leader of the Renew political group, Dacian Cioloș. He presented an overview of the priorities of Slovenia's EU Presidency in the second half of the year and looked forward to positive cooperation with the European Parliament during this period.

Minister Logar also held a meeting with AFET Chairman McAllister. The talks focused on Slovenian foreign policy priorities and the situation in Israel and Gaza. At the beginning of the Slovenian EU Presidency, Minister Logar will brief the AFET Committee on Slovenia's foreign policy priorities. He concluded his visit to Brussels with a working meeting with the Director-General for General and Institutional Affairs at the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU, Didier Seeuws.