"The Slovenian girl group is thus conquering the world like a storm," they wrote on twitter.
The Finnish Presidency of the Council of the European Union shared on Twitter a song years ago from the popular Slovenian girl group Foxy Teens The tram is still standing. They also posted links to songs from other EU member states on the social network, aiming to "celebrate summer and music".
"Music is an important component of Europe's cultural diversity. To celebrate summer and music, in August we will be sharing tracks from all Member States that are fast-paced," they wrote.
Music is an essential component of Europe's cultural diversity. To celebrate summer and music we'll share a catchy tune from every member state during August.
☀️???? Slovenian girl band Foxy Teens are taking the world by storm in this one. https://t.co/82ZHsWJ5Wo
– EU2019FI (@ EU2019FI) August 17, 2019
From the Slovenian songs they chose the song Tram still stands for the girl group Foxy Teens, which they sang in the Slovenian comedy Dergi and Roza in the Kingdom of Goblet of 2004. "The Slovenian Girl Group is thus conquering the world like a storm," they added.
The Finnish Presidency has also published links to songs by the Croatian band Novi Fosili For the good old days, Austrian singer Udo Jürgens Ich war noch niemals in New York and Belgian musician Plastic Bertrand Ca Plane Pour Moi.
They also shared songs by German duo Milli Vanili Girl You Know It's True and French Vanessa Paradis singer Joe Le Taxi.