Slovenia's Ambassador to Egypt, Mateja Prevolsek, said that Slovenia is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries these days, during which excellent relations were established during this period.
The statement highlighted the bilateral cooperation between both countries, aiming to achieve the best interests of both their peoples.
The embassy asked the nationals to send a soft copy of their passports to the emergency number of the embassy in Bratislava so that entry can be facilitated.
The two sides discussed bilateral relations in their political, economic, social, and cultural aspects.
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Slovenia secured a last-minute draw with Sweden to keep their hopes alive in the competition.
In statements to MENA on the sidelines of his participation in the Creative Forum Ljubljana held in the Slovenian capital, Osaily asserted that Egypt offers full support for Palestine.
Egypt is placed in the second group, which includes France, Sweden, Hungary, Canada and Taiwan.
Slovenian government invites Egypt to take part in the World Bee Day, set to be organized on May 20 in Slovenia,
ew Slovenian Ambassador to Egypt Mateja Prevolsek asserted the importance of Egypt's role in the Middle East and Africa.
According to a statement issued by the ministry, Assar said the MoU will help Egypt benefit from the Slovenian experience in the energy and new industrial fields.
The Slovenian will replace Italian Delio Rossi, who was released following an early European exit this month.
Horst Hrubesch has been named interim coach for the women's national team after the sacking of Steffi Jones, the German Football Association said on Tuesday.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Slovenia jumped almost 17 percent last year to 3.4 million, the statistics office said on Wednesday
One of the world’s largest limestone caves, the Postojna Cave in western Slovenia, is a long way from a stable in Bethlehem.
Slovenia, birth country of U.S. First Lady Melania Trump, expects revenues from foreign tourists to jump by about 9 percent this year and by at least 5 percent in 2018.
Slovenia’s president Borut Pahor stressed Sunday the importance of concerting international efforts on fighting terrorism.
Slovenia has just launched its first-ever gastronomy festival, Novemmmber Gourmmmet, which is organized by the Slovenian Tourist Board.
Egypt Today briefs top political news of the past 24 hours and some issues related to accidents.
Polls opened in the Slovenian presidential election runoff on Sunday morning.