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a native or inhabitant of Slovenia

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As we are a very environmentally conscious nation, we have very efficient environmental solutions companies, I once spoke to a water technologies' export and he complained that our waste water is not dirty enough as Slovenians are very conscious about water usage and about how they treat the environment.
On the 23 June, the Slovenian Embassy in Skopje hosted a reception to celebrate 25 June, Slovenia's National Day--the 24th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Slovenia.
Cinven, a private equity fund based in the UK, has made an announcement on its willingness to buy a majority stake in the Slovenian telecommunications company Telekom Slovenije.
The speakers' program began in 2005 and since that time it has become one of the most popular embassy offerings for Americans and Slovenians alike.
While we may ethnocentrically place A Farewell to Arms in Italy and Switzerland, the novel is rightly viewed differently by Slovenians.
The Slovenian is already an international at the age of 22 and, although he drew a blank on Saturday against Domzale, he finished top scorer in the Slovenian league two years ago and is an exciting prospect.
They also beat the Slovenians 1-0 in Maribor at the start of the current campaign in September.
Local media, late Friday, quoted the president as saying that Slovenian was
Slovenians are caught Claud: Norway's second scorer Claud Lundekvam celebrates his strike with Jan Gunnar Soli; Carew's control: Towering Norwegian dangerman John Carew uses his strength to hold Slovenia's Bostjan Cesar at arms length
Luckily for Vogts the Slovenians are playing down their own chances of reaching the play-offs, with key play maker Zlatko Zahovic unlikely to face Scotland at Hampden.
Generally, they thought that nature and culture are more integrated in the lives of Slovenians, though this alone did not explain the lack of their own environmental literature tradition.
Slovenians are not only happy with new technology, they positively embrace it.
Slovenia declared independence from Yugoslavia in June 1991, and when Milosevic sent in the Yugoslav army, the Slovenians stood firm under the leadership of Milan Kucan, who is now president and who welcomed Clinton on Monday.
Concerning Slovenian tourism in Egypt, most of Slovenians prefer to visit Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh.
Other guests included Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki, Ombudsman Ixhet Memeti, National Bank Governor Dimitar Bogov, Members of Parliament, Ambassadors and other representatives of the diplomatic corps, representatives of international organizations and political parties, businessmen, scholars, artists, the General Honorary Consul of the Republic of Slovenia, Mihajlo Mojsov, and many Slovenians who live and work in Macedonia.
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