29. 1. 2016Ljubljana, 29 January 2016 – Minister Erjavec today hosted the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, on a working visit, which represents the continuation of regular political dialogue between the foreign ministers. The two counterparts confirmed friendly relations and close cooperation of the two allies in various fields of common interest. Convinced that better transport connections between the two countries and in the wider region would contribute to enhanced economic cooperation, they upheld the mutual interest in further strengthening economic, as... More »
25. 1. 2016Brdo, 25 January 2016 - The EUSALP General Assembly has met today on its first - constitutive session demonstrating a true political ownership and leadership of the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region, both on national and regional level. More than 50 participants of the General Assembly gathered for the first time, including the highest representatives of the European Commission, European Parliament and Alpine Convention and "took the opportunity to build up an effective multi-level governance system, fully respecting the institutional architecture of the participating states and regions and their respective comp... More »Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA/MZZ
1. 12. 2015Brussels, 1 December 2015 – Minister Erjavec is taking part in a two-day meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Brussels. The meeting is a milestone in terms of facing security threats on the borders of the Alliance, and also due to the decision to extend an invitation to Montenegro. In the introductory part on Afghanistan, Foreign Minister of Afghanistan Rabbani joined the Allies and partner countries in the Resolute Support mission. The ministers were briefed on the current security, political and economic situation in Afghanistan. They upheld the decision to continue providing training for Afghan security forces as p... More »Zasedanje zunanjih ministrov NATO (Foto: NATO)
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Bled Strategic Forum
During the past nine years, the Bled Strategic Forum has grown into one of the most prominent high-level international conferences in the region.
Under the title Visions of New Partnerships, the 10th Bled Strategic Forum took place on 31 August and 1 September 2015. It highlighted the role of partnerships and the topical issues of peace and security, economic cooperation, development and human rights.
The main event was accompanied by the Business Bled Strategic Forum and the Young Bled Strategic Forum. More
Caught between the snowy Alps, sunny Mediterranean, wavy Pannonian plains and the mysterious Karst, Slovenia is certainly a diversity to discover and makes a great tourist destination. You can ski in the morning and surrender yourself to the luxury of the Adriatic Sea in the afternoon. Green is the dominant colour: woods and forests cover more than half of the country which is home to numerous preserved and protected plant and animal species. More