From 9 January 2021 persons from red list countries can enter Slovenia without quarantine by submitting negative PCR test not older than 48 hours.
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Tehran is closed on the following holidays in 2021.
In a New Year's video message, Ambassador Kristina Radej wishes everyone a Happy New Year; a year of Peace and Happiness
All Iranian cities are classified in alert level orange and yellow. Public air, sea, road and rail services within Iran are limited to passengers with a negative PCR test.
Entry into the Republic of Slovenia without quarantine with a negative test performed in Iran is no longer possible.
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Tehran wishes everyone peaceful and joyful Christmas and an invigorating beginning of New Year.
Due to the critical epidemiological situation, the Iranian authorities have imposed strict restrictions on gatherings, travel and non-essential businesses.
Slovenia will along with thirteen European countries take part in the European Film Week in Iran. The Slovenian feature film "Erased" by director Miha Mazzini, will be screened.
Due to the presence and spread of the new coronavirus in the country we advise against all travels to Iran. International airports are operational, however the number of flights is limited.
The Embassy of Slovenia in Tehran, together with other Slovenian embassies, is participating in the "Postcards from the Capital" campaign.