The first cases of coronavirus in Iran have been confirmed in the city of Qom as well as the first two deaths that resulted from the infection with the virus.
Prešeren Day - the Slovenian Cultural Holiday is dedicated to the author of the Slovenian national anthem and the rich linguistic heritage with which Prešeren placed the Slovenian language among other great world languages.
All travellers coming to Iran from East Asian countries are subject to medical screening at international airports and ports of Iran.
As a result of an amendment of the Visa Codesome some of the rules governing the issuing of Schengen visas will change.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia advises the citizens of the Republic of Slovenia to avoid all unnecessary travel to Iran.
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Tehran wishes everyone peaceful and joyful Christmas and an invigorating beginning of New Year.
Ambassador Radej visited 9th Sculpture Symposium in Tehran where Mr. Arijel Strukelj from Slovenia was completing his art work.
Due to Reformation day the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia will be closed on 31. October.
Political consultations held by State Secretary Simona Leskovar and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi
State Secretary Simona Leskovar and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi held political consultations in Ljubljana.
Slovenia supported a joint statement by EU members regarding JCPoA as a key instrument for the non-proliferation regime and a major contribution to stability in the region.