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On Tuesday, 22nd September 2009 at 6pm, the Project Group for Studying the Diplomatic History of Central and South-East Europe will present the book series "Studia diplomatica Slovenica" at the premises of the Slovenian Scientific Institute in the Knafelj house at the Seilerstätte 2 in Vienna.

The book series will be presented by the Centre for European Perspective in cooperation with the Slovenian Scientific Institute, Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Vienna and the Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU).

The presentation of the book series will be participated by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Slovenia in Austria, His Excellency Aleksander Geržina, Austrian Ambassador in Ethiopia, His Excellency Rudolf Angster, editor-in chief of the book series and constitutional judge, dr. Ernest Petrič and the author of biography of Izidor Cankar and member of the editorial board of the book series ''Studia Diplomatica Slovenica'' dr. Andrej Rahten. The discussion will be moderated by dr. Feliks J. Bister.

Welcomed are all who fancies diplomatic history.

Books from the book series "Studia Diplomatica Slovenica" are published by the Project Group for Studying the Diplomatic History of Central and South-East Europe, which operates in framework of the Centre for European Perspective (CEP). Up to now three books have been published: Baron Josef Schwegel – Memories and letters, The Slovenes in the eyes of Empire- Handbooks of British diplomats attending the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and Izidor Cankar – A Diplomat of two Yugoslavias.

Those interested in buying books from the series "Studia Diplomatica Slovenica" may order them through e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Ordered books need to be paid by cash when delivered by the Post of Slovenia to the address stated in e-mail. In addition to the package with ordered books the buyer receives the invoice for those books. In addition to purchase price the buyer must pay the delivery costs according to the price list of the Post of Slovenia.