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Bilateral Relations


Bilateral relations between the Czech Republic and Slovenia retained their very good level and intensity, partly in view of the two countries' very close positions on regional cooperation, the EU, NATO and other current foreign policy issues. Top-level state representatives meet mainly on bilateral level or in multilateral forums. Diplomatic relations between the Czech Republic and the Republic of Slovenia were established on January 1, 1993.

Ceremony on the occasion of the 78th anniversary of the liberation of Camp Ljubelj and a visit to the memorial of the Czech pharmacist B. Lavička, executed by the fascists.


On Saturday, 10 June 2023, the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Ljubljana, Juraj Chmiel, attended a ceremony and laid a wreath to mark the 78th anniversary of the liberation of the branch of the concentration camp Mauthausen near Ljubelj.… more ►

Meeting of Ambassadors of NATO countries in the Park of Military History in Pivka


The Ambassador of the Czech Republic Juraj Chmiel organized a meeting of ambassadors of NATO countries and representatives of the NATO Mountain Warfare Centre of Excellence at the Park of Military History in Pivka and continued the tradition of… more ►

World Road Congress in Prague (2nd – 6th October 2023)

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on World Press Freedom Day

The World Press Freedom Day is annually observed on May 3. On this occasion, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic would like to express its gratitude to all brave journalists and media professionals and to reassure them of the… more ►

Czech Republic has a new President


Czechia has a new president – Petr Pavel, a former army general who has extensive experience in the military and international relations. President Pavel's inauguration ceremony took place on 9th March 2023, marking the start of his… more ►

Czech Republic supports Ukraine


Protection of human rights is key priority of Czech foreign policy. more ►

Humanitarian Aid from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Helped Ukrainian Refugees with Shelter and Medical Care


The Czech Republic has actively been providing aid to Ukraine since the first day of Russian aggression. In addition to supplying weapons and military equipment and receiving hundreds of thousands of refugees or voluntary collections of citizens… more ►

Czech Republic advocates the international community's response to Russian aggression


Czech Republic replaced Russia on the UN Human Rights Council more ►

Czech Republic calls for war crimes investigation


Czechia supports the investigation of war crimes committed in Ukraine and the punishment of the perpetrators. We call for the establishment of a special international tribunal dealing with the Crime of Aggression committed by representatives of… more ►

Czechia sends hundreds of heavy military systems worth tens of billions to Ukraine during the first year of Russian invasion


In the first year of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Czechia has delivered dozens of tanks, combat and armoured vehicles and other heavy military systems to Ukraine. Roughly one third of the material came from the Czech Army, the rest was… more ►