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Preventing and responding to all forms of gender-based violence is a cornerstone of the U.S. government’s commitment to promoting democracy, advancing human rights, and furthering gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, in all their diversity. The U.S. Embassy Ljubljana organized a virtual event with an American award-winning recording artist and humanitarian, Maya …

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U.S. Embassy Responds to Ongoing Pandemic with Additional Donations for Slovenia

Press Release 04 December 2020 Since initial donations of personal protective equipment and devices intended to help control the first wave of the coronavirus epidemic, staff at the U.S. Embassy in Ljubljana have continued to work closely with their Slovenian counterparts to identify critical needs and find resources available to meet them. So today, as …

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Health/Travel Alert – U.S. Embassy Ljubljana, Slovenia (March 15, 2020)

Location: Slovenia Event:  Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Slovenian government has announced that on March 16 public transportation (including inter-city train and bus service) will cease operations.  Taxis for urgent transport will remain.  Cross-border bus and train services have ceased.  The Ljubljana airport is currently open, but many connecting flights from Europe to the United …

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