Ambassador Aylin Taşhan
After completing her primary, secondary and high school education at the TED Ankara College, Ambassador Aylin Taşhan graduated from the Middle East Technical University, Department of Political Science and Public Administration in 1983; then received master's degree in international relations at the Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) in 1985.
She joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1985, worked as the Third Secretary at the Department of Policy Planning, then at the General Directorate of Research and Security Affairs.
Between 1990-1993, she worked at the Turkish Consulate General in Aleppo, Syria,
between 1993-1995, as the Second Secretary at the General Directorate of North America,
between 1995-1999, at the Turkish Embassy in Vienna,
between 1999-2001, at the General Directorate of Western Europe,
between 2001-2005, at the Turkish Embassy in Oslo.
Between 2005-2011, she served as the Head of the Department at the Directorate General of Protocol (responsible for immunities and privileges) and later as the Deputy Director General of Protocol.
She served as Turkey’s first and founder Ambassador to the Republic Mozambique between 2011-2016.
Between 2016-2021 she served as the Director General of Research and Security Affairs and
in 2021 appointed to the Republic of Slovenia.
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Monday-Friday 08:00-12:30 14:00-17:00 (Consular Office: Monday-Friday 09:00-12:00)
|2/8/2022||Slovenian Cultural Day|
|4/27/2022||Day of Uprising Against the Occupation|
|8/15/2022||Feast of the Assumption|
|10/29/2022||Turkish Republic Day|
|11/1/2022||Day of Remembrance for the Dead|
|12/26/2022||Independence and Unity Day|
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