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President of the Republic of Slovenia Nataša Pirc Musar, who was in Belgrade on a working visit, attended a reception on the occasion of the Statehood Day of the Republic of Slovenia, organised by the Embassy and hosted by Ambassador H.E. Damjan Bergant.

“The reception at the National Day organised by the Embassy of Slovenia in Serbia indicates that Slovenia and Serbia are building political relations characterised by open dialogue and commitment to cooperation and solving issues of common interest. Slovenian companies are also active. There are over 1500; they employ more than 25.000 people. I am glad that in the future cooperation will get further strengthened in the fields of energy, science and tourism”.

Special edition Slovenia Business Partner 2023 was presented at the reception * Click on the image to read

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