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After Spain,Ireland and Norway, Slovenia also Recognizes the Palestinian State

After Spain Ireland and Norway Slovenia also Recognizes the Palestinian State.The Prime Minister of Slovenia, Robert Golub, has made an important announcement regarding Slovenia’s foreign policy position, announcing that the government of Slovenia has formally recognized Palestine as an independent and sovereign state. The decision joins Slovenia with other European countries such as Spain, Ireland and Norway, which have also recognized Palestine in recent times.

During a press conference, Prime Minister Golub emphasized the government’s decision, saying, “Today our government has taken steps to recognize Palestine as an independent country with full autonomy.”Slovenia, as an EU member state, now awaits parliamentary approval of the decision in the coming days. This process is important in strengthening Slovenia’s position at the international level and demonstrates its active participation in global diplomacy efforts.

Slovenia’s recognition of Palestine reflects its support for international peace initiatives and its commitment to addressing long-standing geopolitical issues. It also underlines Slovenia’s role in advocating a fair and just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through diplomatic channels and international cooperation.

As Slovenia moves forward with this decision, it joins a growing number of countries recognizing Palestinian aspirations for statehood and sovereignty. This development is expected to contribute positively to regional stability and promote dialogue to achieve a peaceful solution to the Middle East conflict.



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