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Slovenian Foreign Minister Rupel in the European Parliament on Tuesday


Ljubljana, 31 March 2008 – On Tuesday 1 April at 3 p.m., the President of the EU General Affairs and External Relations Council, Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel, will brief the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the...

Foreign Minister Rupel receives Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Sharma


Ljubljana, 31 March 2008 – Today Dimitrij Rupel, the Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs and President of the General Affairs and External Relations Council, received Shri Anand Sharma, the Indian Minister of State at the...

Minister Rupel’s participation in the “Western Balkans and European Perspective” roundtable


Ljubljana, 29 March 2008 – On the occasion of the latest published edition of the Sarajevo Notebooks and the Informal Meeting of EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Minister Rupel participated in the roundtable entitled “Western...

Intercultural Dialogue the Focus of a Working Lunch


Brdo pri Kranju, 29 March 2008 - The last topic discussed at today’s informal meeting of EU foreign ministers held at the congress centre in Brdo, Slovenia, was intercultural dialogue.  At the end of the meeting, GAERC President...

EU Foreign Ministers Discuss the Western Balkans


Brdo pri Kranju, 29 March 2008 - The renewal of the Thessaloniki Agenda – which in 2003 guaranteed all Western Balkan countries a European future – was the focus of today’s informal meeting of EU foreign ministers held at the...

Middle East and Russia on the first day of Gymnich


Brdo pri Kranju, 28 March 2008 - The first day of the EU foreign ministers' informal meeting at Brdo pri Kranju was centred on the Middle East Peace Process and relations between the European Union and the Russian Federation. The...

Minister Rupel and Czech Deputy Prime Minister Vondra discuss European topics


Ljubljana, 27 March 2008 – The Czech Republic will take over the EU Council Presidency from France in the first half of 2009. "Slovenia has opened all the doors for our Czech friends to see what we have been doing," noted...

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