Economy & Tech
20 July 2021
Infrastructure connections and rail networks show the increased importance of linking the Visegrad Group with its Central European neighbour Slovenia. How are relations developing with a closely integrated EU member state that sits at the crossroads of past and present trade routes?
Anže Logar is Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Prime Minister Janez Janša since the beginning of this year. Previously, he was an elected member of the Slovenian Parliament during 2014 and 2020. He also served as the official spokesperson of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2008.
Michał Potocki: What would you say about the most important common interests between Poland and Slovenia?
Anže Logar: Slovenia and Poland are partnering countries. We have no open issues that would hinder our cooperation. Especially in this post-COVID-19 period, economic cooperation will be the best policy in regaining the trust of our fellow citizens to the EU project.