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Austria cedes the EU Presidency to Finland


Ljubljana, 30 June – Slovenia gives its positive assessment to Austria’s EU Presidency, which concludes today. On 1 July, this task will be assumed by Finland.

Minister Rupel attends the celebration on the 15th anniversary of the Slovenian World Congress


Gorizia, 30 June 2006 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel tonight attended the celebration of the 15th anniversary of Slovenia’s independence and the 15th anniversary of the Slovenian World Congress. In his address,...

Minister Rupel congratulates Nguyen Tan Dung on his appointment as Prime Minister of Vietnam


Ljubljana, 30 June – Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel has congratulated the new Prime Minister of Vietnam, Nguyen Tan Dung.

Notification of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior regarding the validity of passports and travelling to the USA


Ljubljana, 30 June 2006 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior have explained that the information on the topic of “biometric passports” which was broadcast by TV Slovenia on the news on 29 June 2006,...

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomes the consensus on bilingual topographic signs in Carinthia


Ljubljana, 29 June 2006 – Slovenia welcomes the decision of the Austrian Government to put up 141 bilingual topographical signs in Carinthia. The decision also includes an “openness clause” that provides for the possibility of...

Minister Rupel writes to Commissioner for Enlargement Rehn about Croatia


Ljubljana, 29 June 2006 – Dr Dimitrij Rupel, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, today wrote to Olli Rehn, European Commissioner for Enlargement.

Dr Rupel meets EBRD representatives


Ljubljana, 29 June 2006 – Dr Dimitrij Rupel, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today met with Peter Sanfey and Marta Simonetti, representatives of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. They focused particularly on the...

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