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PRESS RELEASES

Minister Žbogar at the International Conference on Afghanistan


London, 28 January 2010 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar today participated in the International Conference on Afghanistan organised by the UN, Afghanistan and the UK.  The ministerial conference was attended by...

Bilateral consultations between Slovenia and Sweden on international development cooperation


Ljubljana, 28 January 2010 – Today, whole-day bilateral consultations between Slovenia and Sweden on international development cooperation are taking place. The consultations are being attended by representatives of the ministries...

Minister Žbogar visits London


Ljubljana, 28 January 2010 – During his working visit to London on 27 January, Minister of Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar opened the Information Office of the Slovenian Tourist Board for Great Britain and Ireland. The Office,...

27 January – International Holocaust Remembrance Day


Ljubljana, 27 January 2010 – In 2005, the UN General Assembly declared 27 January International Holocaust Remembrance Day to commemorate the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz. Slovenia has been officially...

State Secretary Benčina receives copy of credentials of new Hungarian Ambassador


Ljubljana, 26 January 2010 – State Secretary Dragoljuba Benčina today received a copy of the credentials of the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Hungary to the Republic of Slovenia,...

Minister Žbogar hosts Macedonian Foreign Minister Milošoski


Ljubljana, 26 January 2010 – Minister Žbogar today hosted the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Antonio Milošoski, on an official visit to Slovenia. The visit represents a continuation of the intensive contacts...

FAC discusses Haiti and Bosnia


Brussels, 25 January 2010 – Foreign Minister Samuel Žbogar today participated in a regular monthly session of the Foreign Affairs Council, led for the first time after the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty by the High...

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