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četrtek, 28 oktobra, 2021

Diaspora office looking at record budget in 2023

By: P.T., STA

The Office for Slovenians Abroad is to see its annual budget increase from EUR 10.17 million this year to EUR 10.7 million in 2022 and to a record EUR 11.3 million in 2023.

This follows from the national budget documents for the coming two years that were reviewed by the parliamentary Commission for Slovenians Abroad. Commission members from the coalition and the opposition as well as State Secretary Dejan Valentinčič hailed the increase in budgetary funds for the office.

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