Next Week in Slovenia: 24 - 30 June, 2019

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

STA, 21 June 2019

MONDAY, 24 June
        LJUBLJANA - A national ceremony will be held on the eve of Statehood Day, while Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will address Slovenian troops serving in missions abroad via video call.
        LJUBLJANA - European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc will formally hand over a EUR 109 grant awarded to the Divača-Koper rail upgrade.

TUESDAY, 25 June
        LJUBLJANA - Statehood Day, a public holiday. President Borut Pahor will host an open day at the Presidential Palace.
        LJUBLJANA - The start of an international symposium in the framework of Dragon 4, an initiative bringing together the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and National Remote Sensing Center of China; until 28 June.

WEDNESDAY, 26 June
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Defence Minister Karl Erjavec will attend a session of NATO defence ministers; until 27 June.
        LJUBLJANA - Swedish Parliamentary Speaker Andreas Norlen will pay an official visit.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Constitutional Commission will debate a motion to simplify the appointment of ministers by changing the Constitution.
        LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will attend a session of the EU's Environment Council.

THURSDAY, 27 June
        VATICAN CITY, Vatican - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will visit the Holy See for a meeting with Pope Francis.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host a debate on Slovenia's long-term climate change strategy.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy Committee will debate amendments to the police act.
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.

FRIDAY, 28 June
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Finance Committee will debate the bill on recourse for holders of subordinated bank debt who were wiped out in the 2013 bailout.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for the Oversight of Intelligence and Security Services will talk to former foreign ministers Samuel Žbogar and Karl Erjavec over an eavesdropping scandal that tainted the Slovenia-Croatia border arbitration procedure.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release general government debt and deficit figures for the first quarter of the year and the inflation rate for June.

SATURDAY, 29 June
        ČRNA NA KOROŠKEM - The traditional political gathering at the Najevnik Linden Tree, the largest tree in Slovenia, will feature an address by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.
        MARIBOR - Maribor will host its first ever Pride Parade.

SUNDAY, 30 June
        No major events scheduled.

 

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