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Flood damage to cultural institutions and heritage is substantial, although it cannot be determined yet in full, Culture Minister Asta Vrečko said on Wednesday. The situation is worst in Gorenjska, the Savinja Valley and Koroška, the three most severely affected regions in the country. A dozen churches have also been flooded.
On Tuesday, 9 May, members of the trade union confederation Glosa-Zasuk and the SVIZ trade union, together with representatives from the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, held a third meeting at the Ministry of Culture, where the social partners agreed on the need to extend the existing collective agreement for cultural activities.
At the initiative of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Dr. Robert Golob, the Slovenian Federation of Filmmakers’ Guilds (ZDSFU) is preparing a new strategic plan for the development of the Slovenian audiovisual industry until 2030, aiming to boost its potential.
Yesterday, the National Assembly confirmed the 15th Government of the Republic of Slovenia and appointed Dr Asta Vrečko as the new Minister of Culture.
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.