I have solved the problem.

Vim spellcheckers are saved at:

For my need Windows-1250 code page I needed to download:

Then there are two options:
a) system wide for all users
b) per particular user

Ad a) Find out where is system directory in Vim by entering command:
It displays like: C:\Programs\Vim\vim80 (this is vim install directory).
Copy sl.cp1250.spl into "spell" sub-directory, so final path should be:

Ad b) Find out where is vim profile in Vim by entering command:
It displays: C:\Users\[user]
Copy sl.cp1250.spl into "spell" sub-directory, so final path should be:

I restarted Vim to make sure it recognized new settings.

To turn on Slovenian spellcheck in Vim for current buffer by entering command:
:setlocal spell spelllang=si

To change spell to English:
:setlocal spell spelllang=en

To turn off spell:
:setlocal nospell

Note: I have also created keyboard shortcuts for above.

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