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PRESS RELEASES

Minister Dimitrij Rupel meets with Macedonian Foreign Minister Antonio Milošoski


Skopje, 27 February 2007 – Minister Dimitrij Rupel met with Macedonian Foreign Minister Antonio Milošoski at the margins of the visit of Prime Minister Janez Janša to Macedonia. The central topics of their talks were the...

Minister Rupel congratulates the new foreign ministers of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Republic of Columbia


Ljubljana, 26 February 2007 – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia Dimitrij Rupel congratulated Minister Maxim Verhagen and Minister Fernando Araújo Perdomo on their appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs of...

Minister Dimitrij Rupel receives Mikhail Schvydkoi, honorary member of the management board of the Forum of Slavic Cultures


Ljubljana, 26 February 2007 – Today, Minister Dimitrij Rupel received Mikhail Schvydkoi, Director of the Federal Agency on Culture and Cinematography of the Russian Federation and a member of the Council for Culture and Art of the...

Relations between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the President of the Republic


1. The President of the Republic stated in a recent interview that relations between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and him have been catastrophic. He also stated that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not implement any kind...

Minister Rupel at the meeting of foreign ministers of the Regional Partnership


Vienna, 22 February 2007 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel participated in the 9th meeting of foreign ministers of Regional Partnership countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia) today....

Foreign Ministry responds to statements about optant property and the Rome Agreement


Slovenia concluded the optant property issue when, in accordance with the pacta sunt servanda principle, in 2002 it paid the total compensation for property left by Italian optants in Slovenia to the fiduciary account.

Information on the mandates of ambassadors of the Republic of Slovenia


The mandates of ambassadors (and other diplomats) of the Republic of Slovenia last for four years, as a rule. In compliance with the law, mandates can be shortened or extended. Slovenia will hold the EU presidency in 2008, and...

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