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Press release on the tragic accident in Sierra Leone


Upon the tragic accident in which the United Nations Mission stuff and members of other international missions in Sierra Leone lost their lives, Dr Dimitrij Rupel, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, sent a...

Press release on the transfer of sovergnity to the interim Iraqi government


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia welcomes the transfer of sovereignty to the Interim Government of the Republic of Iraq, which will govern the state until the general elections scheduled for the...

Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomes victory of pro-European Democratic Party candidate in Serbian presidential election


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia welcomes the announcement of the results of the presidential elections in Serbia. The Ministry assesses the victory of Mr Boris Tadić, the candidate of the Democratic...

Dr Rupel congratulates newly elected Secretary General of the Council of Europe


Dr Dimitrij Rupel, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, has congratulated Mr Terry Davis, former member of the UK delegation and President of the Socialist group in the Council of Europe Parliamentary...

Slovenia welcomes appointment of Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Kosovo


On 21 June 2004, the UN Secretary General, Mr Kofi Annan, acquainted the Security Council with the appointment of Mr Soren Jessen-Petersen as his Special Representative for Kosovo and the head of the UN Interim Administration in...

Press release on extremist attack in the Russian republic of Ingushetia


To our deep regret, we received the information on an extremist attack in the Russian Republic of Ingushetia that claimed many lives. In Slovenia, we carefully follow the progress of events and hope that the circumstances improve...

Repealed visa requirement for Slovenian citizens entering the Republic of Macedonia


By means of a diplomatic note, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia informed the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Skopje that the Government of the Republic of Macedonia adopted a decision to repeal...

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