Ten Years Since Slovenia Became UN Member
New York, 21 May - On 22 May 1992, Slovenia became the 176th member of the United Nations (UN), winning the final confirmation of its statehood. In the ten years since gaining membership, Slovenia has taken part in the international community's activities, became in 1998 a member of the UN Security Council for a period of two years, while former ambassador Danilo Tuerk was appointed in 2000 Assistant UN Secretary General for Political Affairs. Ten years after the international recognition, Slovenia is part of almost all major international organisations and has diplomatic ties with 145 countries.
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