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Slovenia’s victory over Croatia vindicated their 2013 loss against Croatia, who at the time managed to snatch the bronze
Relations between Egypt and Slovenia have been on a steady path in the last year. On 5 December, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor. The visit was considered the first of the Slovenian president to Egypt. The Egypt-Slovenia Business Forum was held on 6 December, where three Egyptian companies signed cooperation …
Trade volume between Egypt and Slovenia amounted to €161m in 2015, says minister
The Slovenian President is paying a visit to Egypt in the hopes of enhancing bilateral relations
Aleksander Ceferin of Slovenia has been elected as the new president of UEFA, European football’s governing body. Ceferin is to complete the term of banned former President Michel Platini.
Both countries have been always on very good terms, says Youssef Mekkawy
Slovenia’s central bank has confirmed that Governor Bostjan Jazbec is under investigation as part of the probe into alleged irregularities at the bank in 2013. The ECB has threatened legal action.
As Yugoslavia fell apart in 1991, a Germany newly put back together dared to unilaterally take action and recognize the independence of Slovenia and Croatia independence. Was Germany overstepping its authority?
Daily News Egypt had the opportunity of interviewing Hegazy, the founder of the association
A previous mutual cooperation agreement between Koper and several Egyptian ports, including Damietta and Alexandria, has provided the groundwork for Egypt and Slovenia to boost their economic cooperation
Miškova hopes the number of Egyptians visiting Slovenia will increase since the country, despite being small, has many things to offer.
Company also offered to invest and establish silos in several Egyptian governorates