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PRESS RELEASES

Minister Rupel meets EBRD President Jean Lemierre


Ljubljana, 26 October 2007 – Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel today received the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Jean Lemierre. Their discussion was focused on the role of the EBRD in the...

Minister Rupel attends first Slovenian Minority Coordination session


Ljubljana, 26 October 2007 – “The protection of minorities is one of Slovenia’s foreign policy priorities. As an integral part of Slovenia’s foreign policy, the minority issue has been consistently brought forward upon all...

Minister Rupel visits Pristina


Pristina, 25 October 2007 – Today, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel paid a visit to Pristina, where he met with the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Kosovo and head of UNMIK, Joachim Rücker, as well...

Minister Rupel pays working visit to Macedonia


Skopje, 24 October 2007 – Today in Skopje, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel met with Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and Macedonian Foreign Minister Antonio Milošoski. The dignitaries exchanged views on...

Minister Rupel pays working visit to Belgrade


Belgrade, 24 October 2007 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel paid a working visit to Belgrade today, where he met with Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić, Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica and President Boris Tadić....

Minister Rupel pays official visit to Switzerland


Bern, 23 October 2007 – Today, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel paid an official visit to Switzerland, where he met with the President of the Swiss Confederation and Minister of Foreign Affairs Micheline Calmy-Rey. They...

Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the future of the Western Balkans


1.) Slovenia is aware of the significance of Serbia for the stability of the Western Balkans. 2.) A successful Serbia is important for EU success in the future. Slovenia will thus support Serbia’s economic and cultural progress...

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