Slovenia Weekly: Reducing the equality gap
Today, Prime Minister Janez Janša was on a working visit in the northern part of the Osrednjeslovenska statistical region. The Government paid a visit to 11 municipalities, namely Kamnik, Komenda, Vodice, Medvode, Mengeš, Trzin, Domžale, Dol pri Ljubljani, Moravče, Lukovica and Ljubljana.
Prime Minister Janez Janša is today attending an informal European Council meeting in Versailles, France. At the meeting, EU leaders will discuss Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine and its consequences and how to strengthen European sovereignty, reduce dependencies, and design a new growth and investment model.
The gender pay gap in the EU was 13% in 2020, according to figures released today by Eurostat, the European statistical office. The lowest gap between men’s and women’s gross earnings was recorded in Luxembourg, where it was 0.7%. Slovenia ranked third with 3.1%.
Prime Minister Janez Janša discusses Russian aggression against Ukraine in an interview for Bloomberg TV11. 3. 2022
Prime Minister Janez Janša today, on the margins of the informal meeting of the European Council, gave an interview for Bloomberg TV, in which he spoke primarily about the war in Ukraine.