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Conclusion of the Slovenian EU Council Presidency in Paris


Paris, 30 June 2008 – By repeating the symbolic passing of the Presidency baton, which the Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Dimitrij Rupel, had already passed to his French colleague, Dr Bernard Kouchner, in the afternoon...

Minister Rupel passes the Presidency of the EU Council on to the French Foreign Minister Kouchner


   Nova Gorica, 30 June 2008 – A ceremony on the occasion of the assumption of the Presidency of the EU Council by France took place in Nova Gorica, Trg Evrope (Europe Square) this afternoon. The Presidency will pass from...

Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel attends G8 Foreign Ministers meeting


Kyoto, 26 June 2008 – The G8 Foreign Ministers meeting opened in Kyoto today. The EU delegation is headed by the Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs, President of the EU General Affairs and External Relations Council Dimitrij...

Dr Rupel attends Quartet meeting: Middle East talks to enter a crucial phase


The President of the EU General Affairs and External Relations Council, Slovenia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel, last night attended the meeting of the ‘Quartet’ of Middle East peace negotiators in Berlin, where he...

Foreign Minister Rupel at Berlin Conference on Palestinian Civil Security and Rule of Law


Berlin, 24 June 2008 – Attending the Conference in Support of Palestinian Civil Security and Rule of Law today, the current EU General Affairs and External Relations Council President, Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel...

EU Lifts Restrictions on Cuba


Brussels, 20 June 2008 – The European Union will lift the already suspended 2003 measures on Cuba as a means to facilitate political dialogue with this country. This was agreed by the EU foreign ministers at a dinner organised on...

The incoming President of the General Affairs and External Relations Council and French Foreign Minister, Mr Bernard Kouchner, thanked the current President, Mr Dimitrij Rupel, for the accomplished work


At the end of the dinner of EU Foreign Ministers on the margins of the European Council, which was the last official meeting of ministers during the Slovenian EU Council Presidency, the incoming President of the General Affairs...

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