C5 ministers meet online to discuss Covid-19 measures

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Anže Logar (left). (Photo: MZZ)

FM Anže Logar and his counterparts from Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary met on-line as part of the informal Central 5 (C5) initiative dedicated to measures to curb the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular cross-border movement of people, goods and services.

The Slovenian Foreign Ministry said they agreed that undisrupted cross-border business should be secured as soon as possible and that measures should be unified at the EU level. They endorsed the introduction of a joint European form for reporting passenger travel, while noting that personal information needed to be protected. The ministers also resolutely condemned the Vienna attack and all forms of violence and terrorism which endangered security, human values and people’s trust in peaceful and dignified life.

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