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  • Underway

    Ljubljana junction: preparation of project documentation for the upgrade of railway sections and stations in Ljubljana

    The Action includes elaboration of design documentation for the part of the Ljubljana Hub between the Ljubljana Šiška station, the main Ljubljana Railway Station, the Ljubljana Moste and Ljubljana Zalog station; including tracks between them. A serious bottleneck has been identified in this area, which needs to be eliminated.

  • Underway

    Tir Truck Park Sermin

    Construction of a Safe and Secure Truck Parking Area on the Slovenian A1 motorway in the area of Koper. The newly constructed 301 new parking spaces for trucks will meet the Silver level EU-Parking Standard and will be fully lighted, fenced, guarded by an alarm, and under video surveillance. The users will be provided with safe and secure parking facilities equipped with toilets, showers, and a Wi-Fi connection.

  • Underway

    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.

  • Underway

    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.

  • Underway

    Material Assistance for the most deprived

    Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities provides non-financial assistance to the most deprived people in the form of food packages and co-financing various accompanying measures that promote their social inclusion.

  • Underway

    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.

  • Underway

    MESP Pilot Project

    The pilot project for the implementation of spatial planning and construction legislation (the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning – MESP Pilot) tests the feasibility, integration and interoperability of tasks prescribed by the spatial planning and construction legislation, and represents the basis for the preparation of projects in the coming 2021–2027 financial perspective.

  • Completed

    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.

  • Completed

    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.

  • Completed

    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.

  • Underway

    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.

  • Underway

    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.

  • Underway

    World Bee Day

    Slovenia proposed that the United Nations (UN) proclaim 20 May as World Bee Day. On 20 December 2017, following three years of international efforts, the UN Member States unanimously approved Slovenia’s proposal and 20 May was proclaimed World Bee Day.

  • Underway

    Programme promoting Investment and the Internationalisation of the Slovenian Economy

    The Programme promoting Investment and the Internationalisation of the Slovenian Economy sets ambitious objectives and clear strategic and efficient measures for a 5-year period, from December 2021 to November 2026 that are designed to ensure the long-term competitiveness and resilience of the Slovenian export economy and attract sustainability-oriented investment.

  • Underway

    Strategy of Digital Transformation of the Economy

    The Strategy of Digital Transformation of the Economy determines how Slovenia will guarantee the transition to a modern digital economy in the next decade. By 2030, Slovenia will become a leading hub for advanced digital technologies in Europe and will be among the top three European countries in the Advanced Digital Technology Adoption Index.

  • In preparation

    European Common Data Infrastructure and Services

    The Ministry of Economic Development and Technology intends to implement the European Common Data Infrastructure and Services (IPCEI-CIS) project as part of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, more specifically under the Digital Economy Transformation component.

  • In preparation

    European Blockchain Services Infrastructure

    The European Blockchain services infrastructure (EBSI) node will establish a suitable testing infrastructure for blockchains, contributing to more reliable cross-border, national and local services.

  • In preparation

    Microelectronics-2: Semiconductors and microchips

    The cross-border multi-country Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) "Microelectronics-2" strengthens the capacity of EU Member States to build and enhance the EU's autonomy and resilience in the field of semiconductor value chains, in which Slovenia also intends to participate, as part of the national Recovery and Resilience Plan - Digital Transformation of the Economy.

  • Underway

    Touring exhibition Plečnik's Ljubljana

    The multilingual touring exhibition “Plečnik’s Ljubljana” was created in 2017 to mark the 145th anniversary of his birth. It was designed to promote the architect’s legacy internationally and to support the nomination of Plečnik’s works for inscription on the World Heritage List. The exhibition has so far been a great success in the places it has toured around the world, from Madrid to Moscow and from Toronto to Sao Paolo. Set up by the Museum of Architecture and Design and the Museums and Galleries of Ljubljana – Plečnik Collection – under the auspices of the Slovenian Ministry of Culture, the exhibition will be on display in an updated form in 2022, the Year of Jože Plečnik.

  • Underway

    Slovenia's candidature for UN Security Council membership in the 2024–2025 period

    Slovenia is actively addressing the challenges related to international peace and security within the UN and is running for non-permanent membership in the UN Security Council for the 2024–2025 period.