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Proactive and integrated communications

The guiding principle of the Triglav Group is comprehensive and active communication with all of its stakeholders. The focus is on fair and balanced two-way communication in order to ensure responsible dialogue with the environment.

 

The Triglav Group endeavours to answer questions from the media in a professional, precise and timely fashion. To this end, data are acquired from specialised departments of the Triglav Group. The time required to collect this information depends on the complexity of the question and the availability of the experts. Therefore journalists are kindly requested to take into account that their questions will be answered after 24 hours from the receipt of the question at the earliest (or the following working day in the case of bank holidays or non-working days) and within seven working days at the latest.

Latest news

03/07/2018
And the award for best hiking trail goes to ...

Slovenia has more than 10,000 km of hiking trails. As part of the “Let’s Clean Up Our Mountains” campaign, a search was launched, in collaboration with the Alpine Association of Slovenia, to find the most beautiful of the 55 trails that had been nominated by hiking enthusiasts by the end of May. The winner, by a clear margin, was the circular trail that starts on the Blato mountain pasture and passes through the Pri Jezeru and Dedno Polje mountain pastures, Vrata (below Zelnarica), Prehodavci, Dvojno Jezero Lake, Štapce, Ovčarija and Pri Jezeru mountain pasture again, before ending back on Blato mountain pasture. More

02/07/2018
Working together against speeding drivers in Dolenjska and Kočevje

As part of efforts to increase traffic safety for their residents, the municipalities of Grad and Kuzma have installed “Your Speed” signs at critical stretches of road. This has already resulted in greater road safety. In the first week of operation, the number of speeding drivers fell by 13% on the local road between Domajinci, Motovilci and Kuzma, and by 6% on the regional road through the village of Grad. Nevertheless, there are still far too many speeding drivers in the municipality, which lies in the tri-border area between Slovenia, Austria and Hungary. More

29/06/2018
Working together against speeding drivers in Goričko

As part of efforts to increase traffic safety for their residents, the municipalities of Grad and Kuzma have installed “Your Speed” signs at critical stretches of road. This has already resulted in greater road safety. In the first week of operation, the number of speeding drivers fell by 13% on the local road between Domajinci, Motovilci and Kuzma, and by 6% on the regional road through the village of Grad. Nevertheless, there are still far too many speeding drivers in the municipality, which lies in the tri-border area between Slovenia, Austria and Hungary. More