Bhutan establishes diplomatic relations with Slovenia

Permanent Representatives of Bhutan and The Republic of Slovenia, Lhatu Wangchuk and Sanja Stiglic

Bhutan has established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Slovenia with effect from 13 September.
The Republic of Slovenia is a much smaller country than Bhutan with parliamentary democratic system of governance located in central Europe.
The joint communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic relations was signed between Bhutan’s permanent representative to the United Nations Lhatu Wangchuk and the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Slovenia to the United Nations Sanja Stiglic in New York on the 13 of September at the permanent mission of Bhutan in New York.
During the signing the two counter parts shared and discussed the interest of the two country’s governments in bilateral and multi lateral fields.
The discussion was specifically more inclined towards furthering the two country’s desire to deepen the present level of cooperation between the two countries at the United Nations and at other multilateral forums.
The Republic of Slovenia is the 41st country Bhutan has diplomatic relations with. This year alone the Bhutanese government has established diplomatic relations with 8 countries including Slovenia with the last one being the Republic of Mauritius.
Bhutan has established diplomatic relations with 41 countries so far and a total of 75 multilateral relations including international sports organizations and other UN related organizations.

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