(ANSA) - BELGRADE, MAY 24 - After Adria Airways ceased operations in 2019, the Slovenian government is expected to make a decision soon on whether to establish a new national carrier to help improve the country's connectivity, according to the specialized portal EX-YU Aviation News. The Minister for Economic Development and Technology, Matjaz Han, has fully supported the creation of the country's new flag carrier, the portal said, quoting Slovenian media. According to the portal, an expert task force formed by the government to assess the feasibility of establishing a new flag carrier has completed its work. Han estimated that the process of establishing the new airline will take about a year and will require approval from the European Union. (ANSA).