Next Week in Slovenia: 20 - 26 May, 2019

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Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here

This summary is provided by the STA

MONDAY, 20 May
        LJUBLJANA - Days of Latin America and Caribbean, an international conference held under the auspices of the Bled Strategic Forum; until 26 May.
        LJUBLJANA - Swiss Parliament Speaker Marina Carobbio Guscetti will hold talks with Speaker Dejan Židan, President Borut Pahor, Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and National Council President Alojz Kovšca on day two of her visit.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will start its plenary with a Q&A session with Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Maj-Gen Alenka Ermenc, the chief of the general staff, will attend the annual EU-NATO conference.
        BUCHAREST, Romania - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will attend an informal session of the EU's Environment Council.
        GENEVA, Switzerland - Health Minister Aleš Šabeder will attend a meeting of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) General Assembly.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will discuss the ratification of an agreement on employment of Serbian citizens in Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - The programming council of RTV Slovenija will set the guidelines of the public broadcaster's programme in 2020.
        LJUBLJANA - The Week of Italian Film will open at the Slovenian Cinematheque.
        LJUBLJANA/ROME, Italy - Several events will be held in Slovenia to mark World Bee Day, while Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec will attend a ceremony at the Food and Agricultural Organisation.

        ŠIBENIK, Croatia - President Borut Pahor will hold three-way talks with Austrian counterpart Alexander Van der Bellen and Croatia's Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović in the framework of a three-country initiative known as the Trilateral.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will resume its session by discussing the opposition-sponsored bill to set up a national demographic fund.
        LJUBLJANA - The opposition Democrats (SDS) will host a debate on their proposal for the setting up of a national demographic fund.
        LJUBLJANA - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) will vote on whether to give president Boštjan Gorjup a second term.
        LJUBLJANA - Annual general meeting of Sava Insurance Group.
        LJUBLJANA - The Education Ministry will present the results of a study on the workload of primary school children.
        MARIBOR/LJUBLJANA - Druga Godba, a festival of world music; until 25 May.
        LJUBLJANA - German trio Die Ärzte will perform in Kino Šiška.
        LJUBLJANA - A gala concert will be held at the Cankarjev Dom arts centre to mark the 100th anniversary of the Slovenian ballet.
        LJUBLJANA - Early voting will start ahead of the EU election.

        BERLIN, Germany - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will hold talks with German and Portuguese counterparts as part of preparations for presidency of the EU.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will discuss changes to the health care and health insurance act.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary commission investigating the financing of political parties will meet behind closed doors.
        LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian-German Chamber Commerce and Industry will host an event to present the opportunities for Slovenian companies in Germany.
        PORTOROŽ - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will address a Microsoft NT conference dedicated to artificial intelligence.
        ROGAŠKA SLATINA - The Slovenian Tourism Board and the Slovenia Green Consortium will host Green Day of Slovenian Tourism, the annual conference promoting sustainable tourism.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Culture Council will present statistics on the achievements of Slovenian artists abroad.

        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will discuss changes to the energy act.
        LJUBLJANA - Finnish President Sauli Niinistö will start a two-day official visit by meeting his host President Borut Pahor and Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly cabinet session.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Culture Minister Zoran Poznič and Education Ministry State Secretary will attend separate sessions of the EU's Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council.
        LJUBLJANA - The public broadcaster TV Slovenija will host two EU election debates, respectively with the candidates of parliamentary and non-parliamentary parties.
        LJUBLJANA - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) will host a debate on the minimum wage.
        NOVO MESTO - The drug maker Krka is expected to release Q1 results.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the consumer confidence index for May.
        KOPER - The logistics company Intereuropa will release its unaudited business report for the first quarter of 2019.

FRIDAY, 24 May
        LJUBLJANA - NLB bank is expected to report Q1 results.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release business sentiment data for May.
        LJUBLJANA - The last day of the EU election campaign.
        MARIBOR - The Maribor opera ensemble will put on an Opera Night in the city park.

        LJUBLJANA - Some of the best climbers in the world will compete in Triglav the Rock, an international bouldering event that is part of the IFSC International Climbing Series.
        NOVA GORICA/GORIZIA, Italy - Slovenia's Nova Gorica and Italy's Gorizia will formally announce their joint bid for the title of European Capital of Culture in 2025.
        LJUBLJANA - Election blackout will set in ahead of the EU elections.

SUNDAY, 26 May
        LJUBLJANA - Elections to the European Parliament.


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