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  • Ambassador Hartley at the U.S.-Slovene Military Cooperation event in Poček (Photo State Department)

    U.S.-Slovene Military Cooperation in Poček

    After weeks of working hard together to restore a historic building and make it an important part of the training area in Bile, the Slovene Armed Forces and Colorado National Guard invited Ambassador Hartley to help cut the ribbon on this monument to the partnership and true friendship they share.

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  • Chargé d’Affaires David Burger (Photo State Department)

    Independence Day Celebration 2015

    Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Brent R. Hartley delivered by Chargé d’Affaires David Burger, Križanke, Ljubljana, July 2, 2015.

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  • Chef Chris Williams cooking at the Second Violin restaurant. (Photo State Department)

    Food Diplomacy with Chef Chris Williams

    As part of the Embassy ‪Food Diplomacy program we ‪invited ‎chef Chris Williams to Slovenia. He is an owner and an executive chef of Lucille's, a progressive Southern Restaurant in Houston, Texas.

  • U.S. Embassy Intern Aaron Gonzales at “Osnovna šola Mirana Jarca" in Ljubljana (Photo State Department)

    Dashboard Tour of the U.S.

    Before the summer holidays, students were able to travel the U.S. following the map with U.S. Embassy Intern Aaron Gonzales, who visited the middle school "OŠ Mirana Jarca" in Ljubljana.

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  • Deputy Public Affairs Officer Cheryl Harris enjoying a visit to

    Visit to Slovenske Konjice

    Yesterday Deputy Public Affairs Officer Cheryl Harris enjoyed a visit to Slovenske Konjice to talk with students at Gymnasia Slovenske Konjice and middle school "OŠ ob Dravinji" about American culture, food, and way of life.

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  • U.S. Embassy RSO Mr. Stephen Strickland with the students (Photo State Department)
    What do Slovenia and New Jersey have in common?

    U.S. Embassy Regional Security Officer Mr. Stephen Strickland presented his job, the U.S. Ambassador, and Embassy activities to a group of 25 students of "Osnovna šola Frana Erjavca" in Nova Gorica. 

  • U.S. Embassy Intern Aaron Gonzales (Photo State Department)
    California and Idaho

    U.S. Embassy Intern Aaron Gonzales visited about 30 students at the middle school "OŠ Polje Ljubljana" and showed them a presentation of the states he knows best - California and Idaho. 

  • Ms. Elizabeth Dickinson visits Osnovna šola Dravlje in Ljubljana (Photo State Department)
    All About Cape Cop

    Ms. Elizabeth Dickinson visited Osnovna šola Dravlje in Ljubljana. Her presentation focused on the ocean, which was perfect for a hot June day. 

  • Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger discussing with the students (Photo State Department)
    Growing Up Green!

    Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visited the students of Domžale High School to discuss "Growing Up Green! The Innovation Generation."  

  • DPAO Cheryl Harris at the middle school ""Osnovna šola Prežihov Voranc" in Jesenice (Photo State Department)
    U.S. Culture Comes to Jesenice

    Deputy Public Affairs Officer Cheryl Harris visited middle school ""Osnovna šola Prežihov Voranc" in Jesenice to show the students a presentation about the United States, its government, geography, states, life, culture, and food.  

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    AGOA 2015: Moving to Sustainable U.S.-Africa Trade and Investment Partnership

    African products ranging from luxury bags to specialty hot sauces are reaching largely American audiences thanks to the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). Created in 2000, AGOA permits duty-free entry for nearly 98 percent of all imports from eligible African countries and has become the cornerstone of U.S. trade relations with the region. 

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    America’s space chief tells African youth: ‘Be bold and fearless’

    Charles Bolden of NASA encourages young African leaders to be “bold and fearless,” and to join together to meet the challenges of the world today. 

  • An Historic Step at the United Nations on LGBT Rights
    An Historic Step at the United Nations on LGBT Rights

    August 26, 2015 -- "On Monday, the United Nations Security Council held it's first-ever meeting on LGBT rights and the persecution of LGBT individuals around the world, co-hosted by the United States and Chile. As Ambassador Samantha Power said, "Today we are making UN history." 

  • Countering Iran: How the U.S. and Our Allies Will Confront Iran’s Destabilizing Activities
    Countering Iran: How the U.S. and Our Allies Will Confront Iran’s Destabilizing Activities

    August 25, 2015 -- "Throughout our negotiations with Iran, we were clear-eyed about Iran's status as the world's foremost state-sponsor of terror, and we resolved not to let the regime off the hook. In fact, from sponsoring terrorist activity to human rights abuses, Iran continues to pursue destabilizing activities in the Middle East region that the U.S. and our allies continue to monitor and address." 

  • Facts on 2015 African Growth and Opportunity Act Forum

    August 24, 2015 -- "On August 24-27, 2015, the Government of Gabon and the United States will co-host the 2015 African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Forum in Libreville, under the theme "AGOA at 15: Charting a Course for a Sustainable U.S.-Africa Trade and Investment Partnership." Gabon will be the first central African country to host the AGOA Forum." 

  • Proclamation on Women’s Equality Day 2015

    August 24, 2015 -- "On August 26, 1920, after years of agitating to break down the barriers that stood between them and the ballot box, American women won the right to vote. On the front lines of pickets and protests, champions from every corner of our country banded together to expand this fundamental freedom to women and forge a path toward fairer representation and greater opportunity." 

  • Study in the USA
    Study in the USA

    U.S. schools are considered among the world’s best — a U.S. degree is highly valued in many countries and can be the key to a successful career.  Video »

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