Anže Logar was appointed Slovenia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs in March 2020. In the 2014–2018 term, he was a deputy in the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia. During this time, he headed the commission of inquiry established to identify the persons responsible for abuses in the Slovenian banking system. In 2018, he was once again elected deputy. In both governments under Janez Janša, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia appointed him Director of the Government Communication Office. During Slovenia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU, he was the spokesperson of the Slovenian EU Council Presidency. Later he joined the Economic Diplomacy Division within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Minister Plenipotentiary for OECD relations. Logar started working in 2000 in the marketing division of SKB Bank, Société Générale group. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana in 2000, obtained his master’s degree from the Faculty of State and European Studies in January 2006 and his doctoral degree from the School of Advanced Social Studies in July 2016.