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Slovenia votes for Palestinian membership of UNESCO


Paris, 31 October 2011 – A vote for Palestinian membership to the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation took place today as part of its General Conference, at its Paris Headquarters. UNESCO's aim is to contribute to...

Minister Žbogar: 'Despite being calm and quiet, Slovenian diplomacy has made considerable steps since 2008.'


Ljubljana, 28 October 2011 – At a press conference upon the conclusion of his mandate, Slovenian Foreign Minister Samuel Žbogar presented the achievements of Slovenian foreign policy and diplomacy. 'Despite being calm and quiet,...

Consultations between Director-General Senčar and Director for Europe at the FCO Manley


Ljubljana, 28 October 2011 – Director-General for European Affairs and Bilateral Political Relations Igor Senčar headed bilateral political consultations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia with the...

Slovenia to allocate assistance to Turkey


After the severe earthquake that hit Turkey on Sunday, the Republic of Slovenia will allocate humanitarian assistance worth almost EUR 30 000 for winter accommodation facilities. The earthquake's epicentre was located in the...

Farewell ceremony and credentials for newly appointed Ambassador Alenka Suhadolnik


Ljubljana, 27 October 2011 – The newly appointed Slovenian Ambassador in Tel Aviv, Alenka Suhadolnik, received her credentials from the Slovenian Foreign Minister, Samuel Žbogar. The Minister highlighted her invaluable...

Azerbaijan becomes fifth new non-permanent UN Security Council member


New York, 25 October 2011 – The competition for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council for the Eastern European group between Slovenia and Azerbaijan concluded late last night Slovenian time. After the dramatic voting on...

Foreign Ministry congratulates Tunisians on their first democratic elections


Ljubljana/Tunis, 23 October 2011 – Today is a historic day for Tunisia, with its first free and democratic elections being held nine months after the collapse of Ben Ali’s regime. The Slovenian Foreign Ministry congratulates the...

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