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URIs of the form "kristina.plavšak-krajnc@gov.si" are not allowed.
URIs of the form "kristina.plavšak-krajnc@gov.si" are not allowed.
Urad vlade za komuniciranje
http://www.ukom.gov.si
gp.ukom@gov.si
Gregorčičeva 25, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 478 2630
Fax386 (0) 1 251 2312
RegionSI-1
Kristina Plavšak Krajnc, Director
kristina.plavšak-krajnc@gov.si
Branko Vidrih, Head of Government Communication Division
branko.vidrih@gov.si
Phone386 (0) 1 478 2632
Valerija Obu, Head of General Affairs Service
valerija.obu@gov.si
Phone386 (0) 1 478 2631
Andreja Šonc Simčič, Head of Public Relations Section
andreja.sonc@gov.si
Phone386 (0) 1 478 2559
Nataša Bušljeta, Head of State Promotion and Communication Projects Section
foreigninfo.ukom@gov.si
Phone386 (0) 1 478 2611
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The Government Communication Office is the professional service of the Slovene government, responsible for ensuring that the information passing between the government, its representatives and the domestic and foreign public is authentic, up-to-date and complete.

Departments and service

Within the Office there is Government Communication Division, responsible for communication with the domestic and international media, with the Slovene and the foreign public, for organising and conducting ministerial communications campaigns relating to the most important programme projects of the Government, etc. The Division consists of two sections: Public Relations Section and State Promotion and Commnication Projects Section. The Government Communication Office also includes the General Affairs Service.


Publishing

The Office provides general informative and promotional publications which present Slovenia. This material is mostly in English, although certain publications are produced in other languages as needed.

Since November 2004 the monthly magazine Sinfo (Slovenian Information) has brought news from Slovenia on politics, the environment, culture, business and sports, while a weekly e-newsletter Slovenia News brings short news, including also culture.

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