News & Events

Mary Wilson Shares the Supreme Music and Energy with the Slovenian Audience

  In celebration of Black History Month, an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans in the United States, the U.S. Embassy in Ljubljana was pleased to sponsor the visit of a prominent voice in African-American musical history – Mary Wilson of the Supremes. One of the most influential and famous groups of the 1960’s, ...
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Ambassador Blanchard Amazed by the Rich Cultural Heritage of Slovenia

Culture is an integral and important part of the Slovenian national identity, and is celebrated every year on Presernov Dan, the Slovenian national cultural commemorating the anniversary of the death of the greatest Slovenian poet dr. France Preseren. Ambassador Lynda Blanchard appreciates Slovenian’s love of history and culture, and has been actively learning about this ...
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U.S. Mission Speaker Program – January 2020

  Political Officer James Peranteau and Marine Security Guard Michael Martel visited Srednja šola Domžale where James introduced the students to the United States, its diversity and history, his home state Wisconsin, and Washington D.C. Michael talked about Illinois – the “Land of Lincoln” – and his home town Springfield and the “Windy City” of Chicago. The students had many questions about the United States. Stephanie Barret-Zebre delivered two presentations on the state ...
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OSAC Ljubljana Country Council Launch

American organizations and businesses are invited to learn more about the security environment and mitigating risks by partnering with the Overseas Security Advisory Council in Slovenia.  Join us on January 31st at 9:00.  OSAC enables a security information exchange between local representatives of U.S. private sector organizations and the U.S. government. Event details (PDF 129KB) More information: ...
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Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Location: Ljubljana – Congress Square / U.S. Embassy Event:  A protest is scheduled to take place on Saturday January 25, from 1200 to 1400. The protest will be against “wars and militarism,” which may include anti-American sentiment.  The protestors plan to move from Congress Square to the U.S. Embassy on Prešernova Street.  It is expected to ...
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