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Minister Žbogar meets representatives of the Slovenian national minority in Austria


Ljubljana, 31 March 2011 – The Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Samuel Žbogar, the Minister without Portfolio Responsible for Slovenes Abroad, Boštjan Žekš, and State Secretary Boris Jesih of the Government Office for...

MFA statement on the situation in Ivory Coast


Ljubljana, 31 March 2011 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomes the unanimous adoption of UN Security Council (SC) Resolution 1975, which strongly condemns the violence in Ivory Coast, imposes sanctions against former...

The Republic of Korea and the Republic of Slovenia discuss economic cooperation


Ljubljana, 30 March 2011 – The Korean delegation, led by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Kim Jae-shin, and the Slovenian delegation, led by the Director-General for Economic...

News from the Embassy in Tel Aviv – April 2011


Tel Aviv, 30 March 2011 - The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Tel Aviv issued a new edition of the monthly bulletin for April 2011.

London: international community agrees on humanitarian aid and a political solution to the crisis in Libya


Ljubljana, 29 March 2011 – Minister Žbogar today took part in the international conference on Libya in London. The participants, comprising representatives of the countries supporting UN Security Council Resolution 1973 (2011), as...

Latest news from the Embassy in Washington


Washington, 29 March 2011 - The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Washington issued a new edition of its weekly bulletin.Newsletter, 25 March 2011

Human Rights Council concludes 16th regular session


Geneva, 25 March 2011 – The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) today concluded its 16th regular session, during which the Draft UN Declaration on Human Rights Education and Training was adopted and a Special Rapporteur on Iran was...

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