PERMANENT REPRESENTATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA TO THE EU IN BRUSSELS /About the Representation /

About the Representation

The Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union in Brussels was set up once Slovenia joined the EU, on 1 May 2004. Until then, Slovenia’s interests were promoted by its predecessor, the Mission of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union, established in November 1992. In 1993, Slovenia and the EU signed a Cooperation Agreement. On 10 June 1996, the day when Slovenia applied for membership of the EU, the two sides concluded the Europe Agreement. Since September 2006, the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the EU is based in a renovated seven-floor building at Rue du Commerce 44 in the diplomatic quarter of Brussels.

Contact:
Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the EU
Rue du Commerce 44
1000 Brussels, Belgium

e-mail: slomission.eu(at)gov.si 
P: +32 2 213 6300
F: +32 2 213 6301

Permanent Representative: Janez Lenarčič, Ambassador

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