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24.09.2010

President of the Republic of Slovenia Dr T├╝rk attends the UNICEF event to highlight the importance of reaching the worldÔÇÖs most disadvantaged and hardest-to-reach children

New York, 23 September 2010 ÔÇô The President of the republic of Slovenia Dr Danilo T├╝rk attended the signature event - a high-level panel entitled, ÔÇśChildren and the Millennium Development Goals: Reaching the Most Vulnerable which...


23.09.2010

President of the Republic of Slovenia Dr T├╝rk addressed a high-plenary session of the General Assembly on implementation of the Millennium Development Goals

New York, 21 September 2010 - President of Slovenia Dr T├╝rk addressed a high-plenary session of the General Assembly on implementation of the Millennium Development Goals and co-chaired one of the six round tables of High-level...


08.09.2010

Slapnicar addresses the General Assembly on the Second Review of the Implementation of the UN Global Counter-terrorism Strategy

8 September 2010 - Mr Andrej Slapni─Źar addressed the UN General Assembly on the Second Review of the Implementation of the UN Global Counter-terrorism Strategy


20.07.2010

Informational briefings on the National Competitive Recruitment Examinations scheduled for 1 December 2010 for potential interested nationals of Slovenia currently in the New York metropolitan area

The United Nations Secretariat has announced that a National Competitive Recruitment Examination will be held on 1 December 2010 to recruit nationals of selected member states at the junior professional level (P-2) for employment...


29.06.2010

Ms Violeta Neubauer re-elected as a member of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) for the period 2011ÔÇô2014

New York, 28 June 2010 ÔÇô At UN Headquarters in New York, Slovenian candidate Violeta Neubauer was today convincingly re-elected as a member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).


18.06.2010

Ambassador Štiglic addressed the UN Security Council on children and armed conflict

New York, 16 June 2010 - Ambassador Sanja Štiglic spoke at the open debate of the UN Security Council on children and armed conflict. In her statement Ambassador Štiglic stressed that situation of children in some


08.06.2010

Ambassador Štiglic addressed the UNICEF Executive Board meeting on the Commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the Optional Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child

New York, 3 June 2010 ÔÇô Ambassador Sanja ┼átiglic stressed that hundreds of thousands of girls and boys are bought, sold or kidnapped and used as slaves around the world each year. Better promotion and implementation of the...


03.06.2010

Ambassador Štiglic addressed the UNICEF Executive Board meeting under agenda item 3 on the Annual Report of the Executive Director

New York, 1 June 2010 ÔÇô Ambassador Sanja ┼átiglic welcomed the Annual Report of the Executive Director on progress and achievements of UNICEF in 2009 and on the review of medium-term strategic plan for 2006-2013. She especially...


31.05.2010

The Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea established diplomatic relations

New York, 26 May 2010 - Ambassador Sanja Štiglic, Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the UN and Ambassador Anatolio Ndong Mba, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea to the UN signed the Joint...


20.05.2010

Ambassador Štiglic addressed the plenary meeting of the UN General Assembly on Human Security

New York, 20 May 2010 ÔÇô Ambassador Sanja ┼átiglic addressed the plenary meeting of the UN General Assembly on Human Security (under agenda item 48


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