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European Territorial Cooperation and Financial Mechanism Office

phone: +386 1 400 34 43
fax: +386 1 400 32 62

e-mail: nina.seljak(at) 


 acts as the National Aid Coordinator for the assistance received by Slovenia from the EU and from the EU Member States under bilateral arrangements. 

Slovenia has been receiving the EU aid since 1992. The funds were first used for the transition into market economy; later the use of these funds focused on the alignment of the Slovenian national legislation with the legislative framework of the European Union (acquis communautaire). In the pre-accession period 2000-2003 the aid was used mainly for the strengthening of the administrative structures and preparation for the implementation of the future structural policy.    

The Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, acting as the National Aid Coordinator, is responsible for the planning and implementation of the aid programmes. The Ministry coordinates the control over the implementation of evaluation of the projects and monitors the use of the funds in the Beneficiary State. 

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Swiss Contribution

Slovenian – Swiss Cooperation Programme to reduce economic and social disparities within the enlarged European Union.