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Below we publish a survey of the media landscape, prepared by the Faculty of Media at the end of 2020.
Throughout history, our national culture has maintained the Slovenian existence and strengthened our national awareness, which was finally realised in Slovenia's independence. Culture is therefore one of the key foundations of the Slovenian nation and the independent Slovenian state.
Today, 1 December 2020, Minister Dr Vasko Simoniti took part in an informal video conference of European Union Ministers responsible for culture and the audiovisual sector, during which they discussed the recovery of the cultural and media sector after the COVID-19 pandemic under the title "Preparations for the future".
There is a lot of untapped potential for cooperation between the Slovenian economy and the culture and creative sectors, Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek said at an on-line debate held as part of Innovation Day on Monday. The opening addresses highlighted the importance of creativity and innovation in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
From 31 October 2020, libraries will be opened for the purpose of a smooth educational process, taking into account all prescribed security measures.
We would like to inform you that tomorrow, 22 October 2020, the Ordinance on Amendments to the Ordinance on Restrictions on the Offer and Sale of Goods and Services to Consumers in the Republic of Slovenia (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 150/20) will enter into force.