Moldova–Slovenia relations

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Moldovan-Slovenian relations



Moldovan-Slovenian relations are the bilateral relations between the two countries, Moldova and Slovenia. Moldova recognized the Republic of Slovenia under an unknown date. Diplomatic relations were established on October 27, 1993. Both countries are represented in each other through their embassies in Budapest (Hungary).

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In April 2003, Moldovan President Petru Lucinschi visited Slovenia.[1]

In 2004, Slovene President Janez Drnovsek met Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin and supported Voronin's initiative to sign a stability and security pact for Moldova.[2]

In April 2007, Moldovan Prime minister Vasile Tarlev visited Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa. They both called for stronger business ties between the two countries and signed a memorandum of understanding between the two economy ministries. Tarlev's visit was part of the fourth Moldovan-Slovene business forum in Ljubljana. [3] [4]


Slovenia has offered specific assistance to Moldova regarding Moldova's desire to join the European Union.[5] Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel, met Moldovan President Voronin in Brussels in 2008 and said that Moldova would need to continue its reforms specifically pointed regarding fighting corruption, the importance of implementing the Telecommunications Act in a manner that ensures pluralism in the media and human rights.[6]

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