Petra Janša

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Prime Minister Janez Janša at the historic meeting: Slovenia will continue to work for further close cooperation between the European Union and the United States

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During his visit to Slovenia, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed a joint statement with Slovenia, on the security of 5G networks. In addition to meeting with his host, Minister Logar, he also met with the Prime Minister Janez Janša and the President of the Republic, Borut Pahor. Pompeo emphasized that he appreciates the fact that Slovenia has joined the agreement on the security of the 5G networks, as this is the only way we will be able to fight the non-democratic systems. Both Pompeo and the Prime Minister both said that they are glad that the visit would strengthen the countries’ mutual cooperation in NATO, in the common economy, and in the field of energy. According to Pompeo, Slovenia is a country with huge potential in the field of knowledge and technology. 

Information Commissioner as a selective judge

The fact that the Information Commissioner decides whether the verdict in the Stephan case should be public is, to put it mildly, judicial crap. Selective judiciary is the cancer of our beloved country. Judgments thus selected are sent to regime journalists by order of the deep state before being received by the parties to the proceedings.

Will the prosecution look away this time as well? New calls for massacres at Friday’s left-wing-fascist demonstrations!

“Nazis fuck off! We beat you in 1945; we will beat you today!” read a banner, carried by one of the radical protesters at Friday’s illegal protests. “Another historian. You did not beat anyone, you insidiously used pickaxes and knives to murder those who were bound and tortured in Kočevski Rog, and the others were left trapped in the Barbara Pit, walled up behind 11 barriers,” journalist Vinko Vasle responded to the protesters’ call for the death of those who think differently.

The IranNLBgate affair without an epilogue?

Last week, Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar spoke with his Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod. According to the official statement, in a video conference, they expressed satisfaction with the excellent relations between the two countries, both EU member states and NATO allies. “They called for further strengthening of comprehensive cooperation and especially highlighted the opportunities in the field of economy with an emphasis on so called green economy. They confirmed the mutual interest in closer cooperation, also in the context of Slovenia's presidency of the EU Council in the second half of next year.” I hope that they also discussed money laundering.Last week, Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar spoke with his Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod. According to the official statement, in a video conference, they expressed satisfaction with the excellent relations between the two countries, both EU member states and NATO allies. “They called for further strengthening of comprehensive cooperation and especially highlighted the opportunities in the field of economy with an emphasis on so called green economy. They confirmed the mutual interest in closer cooperation, also in the context of Slovenia's presidency of the EU Council in the second half of next year.” I hope that they also discussed money laundering.

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