Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here
This schedule is provided by the STA:
MONDAY, 1 July
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Health Committee will discuss a proposal to postpone obligatory standardised packaging for tobacco products until 2023.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Education Committee is to discuss the contentious changes to the system of financing for private primary schools.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Infrastructure Committee will discuss a bill limiting commissions for renting real estate and costs which real estate agencies can charge to their clients.
LJUBLJANA - Parliamentary Speaker Dejan Židan is to attend an event commemorating the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
SEŽANA - A presentation will be held as the Slovenian and Italian police forces launch joint patrols along the border.
LJUBLJANA - A seminar on Slovenian language, literature and culture aimed at Slovenian emigrants and foreigners will open; until 13 July.
LJUBLJANA - A week-long 20th edition of the Sajeta art and music festival will get under way, starting a series of summer festivals next to the Soča river near the small town of Tolmin.
LJUBLJANA - A performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Aida in Congress Square will open this year's Ljubljana Festival; until 5 September.
TUESDAY, 2 July
PARIS, France - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will meet OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in Paris.
LJUBLJANA - President of the National Assembly of Serbia Maja Gojković will pay a visit to Slovenia, to be received by Slovenian counterpart Dejan Židan, Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and National Council President Alojz Kovšca.
LJUBLJANA - The college of deputy group leaders will discuss the National Assembly session scheduled to start on 9 July.
TORONTO, Canada - Foreign Ministry State Secretary Simona Leskovar will attend a ministerial on reforms in Ukraine.
NOVA GORICA/KAMNIK - This year's Ana Desetnica street theatre festival will start; until 7 July.
WEDNESDAY, 3 July
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will be in session.
BRDO PRI KRANJU - The government Office for Development and European Cohesion policy will organise a conference on systemic design for circular policymaking.
BRNIK - The Mountain Rescue Association will speak to the press about problems related to the rising number of tourists in the mountains.
NOVO MESTO - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek will attend a presentation of the fifth generation Renault Clio at Renault's Slovenian assembly plant Revoz.
LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will publish data on registered unemployment in June.
THURSDAY, 4 July
POZNAN, Poland - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar and Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar will attend a Western Balkans ministerial within the Berlin Process, discussing security, organised crime, corruption and human trafficking.
HELSINKI, Finland - Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek will attend an informal session of the EU Competitiveness Council. (until 5 July)
LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
LJUBLJANA - The Agency for Insurance Supervision (AZN) will present a report on 2018 and speak about the current state of the Slovenian insurance market.
NOVO MESTO - Shareholders meeting of the pharma company Krka.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for Relations with Slovenians Abroad will organise the 18th meeting for Slovenians who left the country and mostly did not return.
LJUBLJANA - An exhibition on the occupation of Ljubljana during World War II will open in the town hall gallery.
KOSTANJEVICA NA KRKI - The Forma Viva international sculptural symposium will open.
FRIDAY, 5 July
POZNAN, Poland - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will attend a Berlin Process summit.
LJUBLJANA - Public presentation of views on a proposed resolution on the Slovenian national security strategy.
LJUBLJANA - The Economic and Social Council will discuss measures in healthcare, active employment policy and a report of the EBRD on future of work.
LJUBLJANA - The results of this year's country-wide matura secondary school leaving exam will be revealed.
PTUJ - The Art Stays festival of contemporary fine arts will start; until 12 July.
SATURDAY, 6 July
GORNJI GRAD - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will attend a ceremony commemorating the 74th anniversary of a major campaign of the Slovenian Partisan resistance forces.
SUNDAY, 7 July
TOKYO, Japan - Foreign Ministry State Secretary Simona Leskovar will attend the Scale UP international conference for women in business.