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    EALING - European flagship action for cold ironing in ports

    The Action aims to establish a suitable technical framework based on EU and national legislations, and to lead all the necessary preparatory studies for effective implementation of Onshore Power Supply infrastructure in at least 16 EU maritime ports including the port of Koper.

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    Rehabilitation and modernisation of the Pragersko hub

    On 24 March 2021, the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy approved EU funding for the project of rehabilitation and modernisation of the Pragersko hub. The project consists of the full modernisation of the Pragersko railway station, a major hub connecting three important railway corridors to Zidani Most (Ljubljana), Maribor (Austrian border) and Ormož (Hungarian border). Total value of the project is EUR 90.03 million from which EU’s European Regional and Development Fund is contributing EUR 40 million through the Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy for the 2014-2020 programming period.

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    NAPCORE – National Access Point Coordination Organisation for Europe

    The general objective of this action is to empower the National Access Points (NAPs) as the backbone for ITS digital infrastructure. Also, it will facilitate national & EU-wide operational coordination for the harmonization and implementation of the European specifications.

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    Waterman ballet on Bled Island

    The premiere of the Waterman ballet on 1 July 2021 marked the start of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The ballet staged on Bled Island by Slovenian National Theatre Maribor, choreographed by internationally renowned choreographer Edward Clug and with original music by slovenian composer Milko Lazar was attended by representatives of the Slovenian Government and members of the College of Commissioners.

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    We Are Living in Interesting Times, the exhibition of contemporary Slovenian fine arts

    The curator of the exhibition, the Slovenian Marko Košan, has prepared a selection of works by thirteen Slovenian artists who, in the midst of the present-day flood of visual images from mass media, are looking for new forms of painterly, sculptural and photographic expression, aimed at exploring new utopias of an (uncertain) future. The exhibition was opened by the Slovenian Minister of Culture, Vasko Simoniti, and the Chair of the European Parliament's Artistic Committee, Karol Karski. The exhibition, which was created in cooperation with the The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška as part of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, will be on display in the European Parliamet and also on the website of the Ministry of Culture until the end of this year.

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    The Mad Hatter`s Wardrope exhibition by Alan Hranitelj

    On the occasion of its second Presidency of the Council of the European Union, works by its most renowned artists will represent Slovenia. Slovenia hosts a retrospective exhibition of the internationally recognised costume designer Alan Hranitelj in cooperation with the renowned set designer Marko Japelj, who arranged an installation offering a glimpse into the artist’s wardrobe at the premises of the Council of the EU. The creations, which cross over from costume design to different worlds of art and combine seemingly incompatible motives, reflect the imaginary world of an artist committed to eternal beauty.

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    Reconstruction of the Cerknica-Bloška Polica road

    The reconstruction of the Cerknica-Bloška Polica road, is a part of the Operational Programme for the Implementation of European Cohesion Policy 2014–2020. The total cost of the project is EUR 3.6 million of which EUR 2.6 million was co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund.

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    Preparation of documentation for the second section of Third Development Axis – South

    The project "Preparation of documentation for the 2nd section of the 3rd development axis south, on the section from the Maline connection to the international border crossing Metlika and to the Črnomelj south connection" includes the preparation of documentation for the entire second section of the third development axis south, which is divided into three subsections:
    A - 8 kilometers from the Maline junction to the Metlika - north junction,
    B - 2.5 km from the Metlika - north connection to the Metlika border crossing and
    C - 20 kilometers from the Gradnik fork to Črnomelj - south.
    The total cost of the project is EUR 8 million of which EUR 2.15 million was co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund.