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Minister Rupel pays a working visit to the Federal Republic of Germany


Berlin, 30 November 2007 – As part of the preparations for Slovenia's EU Council Presidency in the first half of 2008, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel paid a working visit to the Federal Republic of Germany. He had a...

Minister Rupel on Presidency priorities at the Delegation of the European Commission in Berlin


Berlin, 30 November 2007 – As part of his working visit to the Federal Republic of Germany, Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel delivered an address on the priorities of Slovenia's EU Council Presidency in Berlin...

Meeting between Foreign Affairs Minister Rupel and Italian Foreign Minister D’Alema


Rome, 29 November 2007 – While accompanying Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša on his visit to Rome and the Vatican, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel held bilateral talks with Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D’Alema....

State Secretary Šter receives Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Affairs Ljajić


Ljubljana, 28 November 2007 – Today, State Secretary Šter received Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Affairs Rasim Ljajić. The two interlocutors discussed bilateral cooperation between Slovenia and Serbia, the...

State Secretary Šinkovec at the formal session of the mixed commission for the implementation of the Udine Agreement


Koper, 28 November 2007 – The formal session of the mixed Slovenian-Italian commission for the implementation of the Udine Agreement on border traffic was held today in Koper. The commission fulfilled its obligations with...

Minister Rupel at Annapolis conference


Annapolis, 27 November 2007 – In his address at the conference in Annapolis, Minister Rupel presented the view of Slovenia as the next country to hold the Presidency of the EU Council. He underlined the strategic importance of...

Dimitrij Rupel: Slovenian EU presidency to become a success story in spite of fire at home


Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia Dimitrij Rupel1. In the first semester of 2008, the rotating Presidency of the EU Council will be in the hands of Slovenia, a member of the Union since 2004 and a member...

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