The background to the Eugo Slovenia

The fundamental document that presents the background to Eugo Slovenia is the requirement of the European Directive on Services or the Directive 2006/123/EC on services in the internal market, i.e. that each EEA Member Country must establish its own website or point of single contact which guarantees providers of services with access information on the requirements of national legislation in one place, i.e. for the purposes of performing various services in their country and so that they can perform all procedures for founding a company electronically, as well as all procedures for conducting cross-border (temporary) services, including the acquisition of permits and entries in appropriate registers.

The content of the PSC is also closely connected with the implementation of the Directive on Professions of the Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and Council on the recognition of professional qualifications, and therefore, with the Act Regulating the Qualification Recognition Procedure for Access of Citizens of EU, EEA Member States and the Swiss Confederation to Regulated Professions and Professional Activities in the Republic of Slovenia (OG RS no. 21/02, 92/07 and 85/09) and with the Act on Services in the Internal Market (OG RS no. 21/2010).