Canada–Slovenia relations

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Canadian-Slovenian relations
Map indicating locations of Canada and Slovenia



Canadian-Slovenian relations are foreign relations between the Canada and Slovenia. Canada recognized Slovenian independence in January 1992, and established diplomatic relations a year later.[1] Canada is represented through its embassy in Budapest, Hungary, and through a consulate in Ljubljana.[2] Slovenia has an embassy in Ottawa and a general consulate in Toronto. Both countries are full members of NATO. There are more than 35,000 Slovenes who live in Canada.

State visits[edit]

Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada made a visit to Slovenia in October 2009.[3]

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