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31. 7. 2006Press release

Documents of the Foreign Ministry for the President of the Republic of Slovenia

With regard to the President’s statements on not being appropriately informed of the foreign policy activities of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia or the Foreign Ministry, we would like to clarify the following:

30. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel’s bilateral meetings during the commemoration at Vršič

Vršič, Kranjska Gora, 30 July 2006 – Foreign Minister Rupel participated in a commemoration today of the 90th anniversary of the Russian chapel erected at Vršič. This event commemorating the tragic death of Russian prisoners in...

28. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel expresses condolences upon the death of four members of a UN peacekeeping force

An Israeli military strike hit a UN observer post in southern Lebanon on 26 July 2006, killing four members of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon. Foreign Minister Rupel sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan,...

28. 7. 2006Press release

Foreign Ministry replies to allegations of Karel Smolle

It was with a high degree of concern that we read an article in the Dnevnik newspaper titled There Must Be at Least Four Other Diplomatic Messages. Mr Karel Smolle has used this Slovenian newspaper to make new allegations about...

28. 7. 2006Press release

Foreign Ministry’s explanation to LDS Secretary-General Vesel Valentinčič

Secretary-General of the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) Meta Vesel Valentinčič has addressed an open letter to the Foreign Minister, pondering on and speculating about confidential and revealed messages of the Slovenian...

28. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel’s reply to an open letter by Deputy Juri

Dear Deputy,I am familiar with your position regarding the resolution of the border issue between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia. I note with regret that Croatia shares this position. The Republic of...

27. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel receives the Ambassador of Germany on his farewell visit

Ljubljana, 27 July 2006 – Today Foreign Minister Rupel received the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Mr Hans Jochen Peters, on his farewell visit. Minister Rupel thanked the Ambassador for the work he has completed...

26. 7. 2006Press release

Presentation of new biometric passports to consuls in Ljubljana

26 July 2006 - Andrej Šter, General Director of the Directorate for International Law and Protection of Interests, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Bojan Trnovšek, General Director of Internal Administrative Affairs Directorate,...

24. 7. 2006Press release

UN Security Council on children in armed conflicts

Permanent Representative of the Republic of Slovenia to the UN, Ambassador Roman Kirn, participated at an open debate on children in armed conflicts, which was held on Monday 24 July 2006 at the Security Council. Ambassador Kirn...

20. 7. 2006Press release

Slovenia supports UN Security Council reform

New York, 20 July 2006 – On 20 July, UN Security Council reform was on the agenda of the UN General Assembly plenary meeting. During the debate, in which more than 50 representatives of UN Member States outlined their...

19. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel receives the Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Slovenia

Ljubljana, 19 July 2006 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia Dr Dimitrij Rupel today received Doulat Kuanyshev, the new Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Slovenia. The Ambassador, who is accredited...

19. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel receives the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Slovenia

Ljubljana, 19 July 2006 - Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Dimitrij Rupel today received Kim Sung-hwan, the new Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Slovenia. The Ambassador, who is accredited to Vienna and will cover Slovenia...

19. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel at the presentation of new biometric passports

19 July 2006 – At a press conference today, Minister Rupel and Minister of the Interior Dragutin Mate presented the new biometric passports which Slovenia will begin issuing on 28 August 2006. According to Minister Rupel, the...

19. 7. 2006Press release

Minister Rupel congratulates the new Lithuanian Foreign Minister

Ljubljana, 19 July 2006 – Dr Dimitrij Rupel, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, congratulated the new Lithuanian Foreign Minister Petras Vaitiekunas and wished him every success in discharging his future...

14. 7. 2006Press release

Ministry of Foreign Affairs regrets unresolved issue of bilingual topographic signs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs regrets that a full 50 years since the Austrian State Treaty (AST) entered into force, after decades of Yugoslav initiatives, the "Ortstafelsturm" (conflicts over topographic signs) of the 1970s,...

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