27. 6. 2016The Justice and Home Affairs Council, which was held in Luxembourg on 10 June 2016, was attended by Interior Minister mag. Vesna Györkös Žnidar.The ministers first discussed the proposal for a directive on control of acquisition and possession of weapons submitted by the Commission on 18 November 2015. The ministers agreed that a balance needs to be re-established between the obligation of allowing free movement of certain types o... More »Photo: ©EU
20. 5. 2016The Justice and Home Affairs Council, which was held in Brussels on 20 May 2016, was attended by State Secretary Andrej Špenga.The main topics on the agenda were migration and visa policy. Home affairs ministers took note of the current migratory situation in the EU and the Member States. “Concern was expressed regarding the overcrowded Greek accommodation centres and the slow implementation of the relocation project ... More »Photo: ©EU
21. 4. 2016The Justice and Home Affairs Council convened in Luxembourg on April 21, 2016. The meeting was attended by State Secretary Andrej Špenga. The debate focused on migration issues, improvement of operation of European border management and internal security IT systems, and possible ways forward in reforming the Common European Asylum System.In their discussion on actions for improving IT systems for more efficient external border management the ministers sup... More »
Information for foreigners
Information for foreigners who want to enter to the Republic of Slovenia, who want to live or work here.
The Ministry of the Interior set up a web portal with a wide range of information needed by foreigners to be able to live and work in the Republic of Slovenia. Accessibility of information, particularly with regard to rights and obligations and the possibility of development within society, is a key factor for successful integration into Slovenian society.
Police Activities in Connection with Current Migration Flows