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Voluntary contributions of the Republic of Slovenia to the Council of Europe

By: UKOM

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has made voluntary contributions to the Council of Europe to support three important areas of their work.

Slovenia has made a voluntary contribution and with that supported the projects for the protection of children to prevent violation of their human rights of all forms and in all settings, contributed to the reduction of backlog of well-founded cases of European Court of Human Rights and supported the implementation of Action Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2022 to 2025 of the Council of Europe.

The agreements were signed on December 7th 2021 by Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the Council of Europe Ambassador Andrej Slapničar and by Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe Bjørn Berge.

Source: gov.si

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