20. 2. 2015State Secretary Andrej Špenga met with his Montenegrin counterpart Jadranka Vojinović in Podgorica on 20 February 2015. The state secretaries agreed that the cooperation between the two countries in the field of home affairs was very good.The bilateral meeting took place on the margins of the opening conference of the twinning project "Support the Adoption of the Schengen Acquis". The goal of the project is to strength... More »State secretaries Andrej Špenga and Jadranka Vojinović
19. 2. 2015
In Partnership with Austria, Slovenia Is Providing Support to Montenegro in Adopting Schengen AcquisState Secretary Andrej Špenga is attending the opening conference of the twinning project "Support the Adoption of the Schengen Acquis" in Podgorica today. The goal of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the Montenegrin Ministry of the Interior and police for the implementation of the Schengen action plan and improving border management.State Secretary Špenga gave the following address ... More »Photo: PR Office, Government of Montenegro
29. 1. 2015State Secretary Boštjan Šefic attended an informal Justice and Home Affairs Council meeting in Riga on 29 January 2015.The key topic of the meeting was counter-terrorism. The ministers debated ways of preventing radicalisation, especially in social media, the importance of information sharing between member states and European agencies, effective control at the external Schengen border and prevention of illegal trafficking in firearms.&nbs... More »
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