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Foreign ministers Žbogar and Frattini call for a fresh impetus to the EU enlargement process


Ljubljana/Rome, 28 July 2011 – Slovenian and Italian foreign ministers Samuel Žbogar and Franco Frattini today called for the acceleration of the EU enlargement process with regard to recent positive developments in the Western...

Slovenia contributes aid to countries in the Horn of Africa through World Food Programme


Ljubljana, 28 July 2011 – The Foreign Ministry is following with concern the situation in the Horn of Africa, where the population faces the consequences of the most severe drought of the last 60 years. Slovenia will help by...

28 July – 60th anniversary of the Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees


Ljubljana, 28 July 2011 – Today marks the 60th anniversary of the Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. In these times of economic crisis and political tensions, the Convention symbolises our humanity and our...

Prime Minister Borut Pahor pays his first official visit to the State of Israel and the Palestinian Territories


Tel Aviv, 25 July 2011 – Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor began his three-day official visit to the State of Israel and the Palestinian Territories today. The visit is to strengthen the bilateral, especially economic relations...

MFA shocked at the loss of young life in Norway


Ljubljana, 23 July 2011 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is shocked at the loss of so many young lives in Norway and at the violence and extent of the attacks. Slovenia strongly condemns every form of violence and terrorism. It...

The Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Malawi established diplomatic relations


New York, 21 July 2011 - Ambassador Sanja Štiglic, Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the UN and Ambassador Brian G. Bowler, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Malawi to the UN signed the Joint Communiqué on the...

The UN Security Council examines the security implications of climate change


Ljubljana, 21 July 2011 – On Wednesday, at the instigation of Germany, an open debate about climate change and its influence on international peace and security took place at the UN Security Council. A presidential statement...

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