President Ljubljana-Bort Pahor warned that the new parliament and government would take office during the trial, and called on new lawmakers to build consensus on key issues.
“There is no reason to be afraid if we can find a common ground on the state’s most important issues, taking into account customary political differences,” he told the new parliament on Friday.
He said the war in Ukraine had begun just as the health crisis ended, tampering with optimistic expectations of a global economic recovery.
“With EU and NATO partners and allies, we need to think thoroughly and wisely about how to proceed together,” he said.
However, Mr. Pahall said that Slovenia had a better exit from the health crisis than it did after the economic and financial crisis and had an opportunity for development, telling Janez Janša’s retired government “Efforts in a difficult situation and ours. Thank you for your good cooperation. “
“How successful we are depends a lot on what social climate we can create. Do we inspire respect and cooperation, or contempt and exclusion?” Depends only on us and us. “
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