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  • Parties to the agreement (from left to right): Chairman of the Board of the BTC company Jože Mermal, Director of the Slovenian Infrastructure Agency Damir Topolko, Chairman of the Board of the DARS company Dr Tomaž Vidic, Mayor Zoran Janković and the Minister of Infrastructure Dr Peter Gašperšič. Photo: BTC

    Investment agreement in the BTC City Ljubljana area

    On 3 March 2017, an agreement for ensuring simultaneous development of economic projects and state infrastructure to carry out 300 million euro worth of investments in the wider BTC City Ljubljana was signed with the aim to advance the economic development of this area for which modern transport infrastructure is needed as soon as possible.

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    Jean-Claude Juncker at the City Hall

    On 2 March 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker at the City Hall.

  • Partner Relationship Act in force

    On Friday, 24 February 2017, the Partner Relationship Act came into force in Slovenia which sadly still does not fully equalize same-sex partnerships with opposite-sex partnerships.

  • Mayor Zoran Janković welcomed the guest in front of the City Hall.  Photo: Nik Rovan

    Ivica Dačić at City Hall

    On 22 February 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the first Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić and his delegation at the City Hall.

  • Multigenerational Centre N'šPlac

    On 22 February 2017, the Cene Štupar Public Institute and its partners opened the multigenerational centre N'šPlac, a meeting and socialising place for different generations, with the aim of increasing the quality of life and promoting social inclusion of different vulnerable groups.

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    Environment-friendly bags in the City of Ljubljana

    December last year, within the framework of the title Ljubljana, European Green Capital 2016, the City of Ljubljana introduced the campaign »I’m not lasting, but therefore less annoying« to promote the use of environment-friendly bags.

  • Urban is running again

    After the winter break the electric train Urban is running again on its circular route connecting Ljubljana’s landmarks. Urban connects main city landmarks from the City Hall to the Ljubljana Castle, the Špica waterfront leading to the Botanic Gardens, Trnovo wharf, Plečnik House in Krakovo, the Roman wall, the Križanke open-air theatre, renovated Slovenska Street, Congress Square, the Parliament and Prešeren Street.

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    Success of Ljubljana’s pupils

    On 2 February 2017 at the City Hall, Mayor Zoran Janković hosted pupils from primary schools Danila Kumar, Dravlje in France Bevk who were successful in international debating competitions in the English language which were held in Thailand and the USA.

  • How to link creative potential with entrepreneurship?

    Within the framework of the Regional Centre of Creative Economy, the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region (RDA LUR) hosted a meeting in Ljubljana for seven partner countries within the CRE:HUB European project which are trying to find an answer to the question how to create policies for the promotion of cultural and creative industries.

  • Natour Alpe-Adria

    From 1 till 4 February 2017, Ljubljana is hosting the Natour Alpe-Adria fair, the main tourism trade show in Slovenia, specialized in green and active tourism.

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