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PRESS RELEASES

Slovenia takes its seat on UN Human Rights Council


Ljubljana, 31 December 2015 – On 1 January, Slovenia takes its seat on the UN Human Rights Council. The three-year membership is the confirmation of its committed, consistent and constructive attitude to promoting and protecting...

Season's Greetings


Another dynamic and challenging year, also in foreign policy, is coming to a close. I am pleased to note that in 2015 Slovenia mapped out clear priorities for its diplomacy and foreign policy by adopting two essential strategic...
Season's Greetings

Our Rights, a project aimed at promoting education about children's rights, marks ten years


Human rights education is essential for establishing and maintaining a democratic and tolerant society based on human values and mutual respect. Respect for human rights may be achieved only by educating people about their rights...

State Secretary Benčina participates in EUNEG concluding conference


Maribor, 18 December 2015 – State Secretary Dragoljuba Benčina today addressed the participants of the concluding conference of the international TEMPUS project entitled "European Neighbourhood Law and Good Governance – EUNEG",...

18 December, International Migrants Day


This year's International Migrants Day sees record numbers of migrants. According to the International Organization for Migration estimates, the number of migrants reaching the European Union has multiplied by four compared to...

Minister Erjavec attends EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels


Brussels, 14 December 2015 – Minister Erjavec today took part in the EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting. During the debate on the Eastern Partnership, the ministers exchanged views on political developments in the region, the...

Landmark climate agreement adopted in Paris


Paris, Ljubljana, 14 December 2015 - The new global climate agreement was adopted in Paris, uniting all countries in the fight against climate change for the first time in history. It took almost twenty-five years of efforts since...

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