Welcome to the Web Page of the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in India.
Whatever reason made you search our Embassy's Web Site, I hope that the information provided herein will make you want to learn more about Slovenia, about its diverse geographic regions, rich cultural heritage, its history and particularly about its people who have striven hard for centuries for their own statehood. With the dissolution of former Yogoslavia,Slovenian Parliament declared the independence of Slovenia on 26th June 1991, thus fructifying the dream of our ancestors.
Some people call Slovenia-which has Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Italy as neighbours - a country "On the Sunny Side of Alps". Being an Alpine country, as well as having tourist resorts at the Adriatic Sea, with healthy spas and a home to the famous Lipica horse-Lippizzaner, no wonder that those who have visited Slovenia call it "the best kept secret in Europe", or "Europe in miniature".
India was known to Slovene people many centuries ago. "India Koromandia" was pictured as a land of abundance in the old Slovene folk songs. The stories of the missionaries, sailors, soldiers and adventurers have kept alive the perceptions about India till this date.
Today relations between the two countries are friendly with great potential to grow in the field of culture, science, economic cooperation and particularly people to people contacts.
Slovenian Embassy is here to bring cooperation between the people of Slovenia and India and to accelerate and strengthen the relations between the two countries.
This is Slovenia - our first decade in the EU
At the tenth anniversary of Slovenia’s accession to the European Union, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia prepared a publication comparing – by using numerous statistical indicators – the general conditions and life in Slovenia today, ten years after accession to the EU, and the general conditions and life in Slovenia ten years ago Click here
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Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs press releases
Here you can find the press releases of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia.
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The Embassy of Slovenia in New Delhi will not operate any consular services between 15 June and 15...
To mark Slovenia’s UN membership, Slovenian Diplomacy Day is celebrated on 22 May, as on this day...
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in New Delhi has resumed the following consular services as...
Dear costumers, The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia will not accept visa applications...