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Slovenia

News
29/03/2004 - NATO
Seven new members join NATO
02/03/2004 - NATO
Seven invitees on the verge of NATO membership
11/02/2004 - NATO
One step closer to an enlarged NATO
26/03/2003 - NATO
Accession protocols signed
10/03/2003 - NATO
Lord Robertson continues visits to invitee countries
10/02/2003 - NATO
Slovenian Prime Minister visits NATO
Biographies
Senior Partner Government Officials

NATO Invitee Ministers of Foreign Affairs

NATO Invitee Chiefs of Staff

NATO Invitee Ministers of Defence

Permanent representative to NATO for Slovenia
Multimedia
19/01/2004
Video interview with Ambassador Matjaž Šinkovec
Images of Slovenia
Flag and Anthem
Map of Slovenia
Background

November 2002 - NATO
The Road to NATO membership

Links

Slovenia and NATO

Atlantic Council of Slovenia

Public relations and media office

Slovenia became a NATO partner country in 1994. At the November 2002 Prague Summit, along with six other countries it was invited to join the Alliance.

Slovenia in NATO

The democratically-expressed political will for Slovenia to join NATO is first clearly expressed in the supplements to the Resolution on the Starting-Points for a National Security Plan, adopted in Slovenia's National Assembly in January 1994.

Looking to NATO membership

"In spite of all the changes NATO has gone through in the past decade and a half, the Alliance is still predominantly a collective defense organization. By joining NATO Slovenia is providing for its defense and security in the most appropriate way. The days of expensive, overstretched national defense are over," said Ambassador Šinkovec, Head of the Mission of the Slovenia to NATO, in a video intervieew for the NATO Web site.

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Slovenia at a glance

The Republic of Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe where the Alps and the Mediterranean meet the Pannonian plains and the mysterious Karst. Slovenia has a population of 2 million and its capital city is Ljubljana.

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