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Minister Žbogar hosts Georgian Foreign Minister Vashadze


Ljubljana, 25 February 2010 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar today hosted Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze. The visit represents a continuation of contacts at the political level and confirms the mutual...

Final seminar on NATO’s new Strategic Concept


Washington, DC. 23 February 2010 – The US capital is today hosting a meeting on a new Strategic Concept for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). This is the fourth and final seminar, dedicated to the dialogue between the...

Minister Žbogar takes part in FAC meeting


Brussels, 22 February 2010 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar today took part in the Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels,  focusing on the situation in Haiti after the devastating earthquake that struck the...

Minister Žbogar meets Israeli Foreign Minister Lieberman


Brussels, 22 February 2010 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Samuel Žbogar today met Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman in Brussels. At their first bilateral meeting, the ministers discussed relations between...

Statement of MFA about Quadrilaterale Initiative (Q4)


Budapest, Ljubljana, Rome, Zagreb, 12 February 2010 - The initiative was launched in 1996 as a trilateral cooperation between Slovenia, Hungary and Italy. With the admission of the Republic of Croatia in September 2000, the...

Human Rights Council adopts report on interactive discussion on human rights in Slovenia


Geneva, 19 February 2010 – Today, the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review, acting within the remit of the UN Human Rights Council, adopted the report on interactive discussion with Slovenia that took place on 16...

Slovenia gives consent to open two chapters at Croatia EU Accession negotiations


Brussels, 19 February 2010 – Slovenia has given consent to open two new chapters – fishing and the environment – at the EU’s Accession Conference with Croatia.  Having secured its vital interests in thorough negotiations among the...

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