Denmark–Slovenia relations

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Danish-Slovenian relations

Denmark

Slovenia

Denmark–Slovenia relations refers to the current and historical relations between Denmark and Slovenia. Denmark have an embassy in Ljubliana.[1] Slovenia have an embassy in Copenhagen.[2] Both countries are members of the European Union and NATO. Diplomatic relations were established on 20 January 1992.[3] There have been few ties between Denmark and Slovenia before the independence of Slovenia.[4] In 2001, Queen Margrethe II visited Slovenia. In 2002, Danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Slovenia, to support Slovenia in the European Union.[5] There is a small Slovenian community in Denmark, With the accession of Slovenia in the European Union, more Slovenians moved to Denmark.[6]

References

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