Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here
This summary of upcoming events was create by STA:
MONDAY, 26 August
LJUBLJANA - The 16th European Conference of the International Association of Energy Economics will be launched by Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek; until 28 August.
MARIBOR - A debate on the national climate and energy plan, to feature energy experts and NGOs.
NOVO MESTO - A pre-trial arraignment for three illegal migrants who abducted a Bela Krajina man in May.
LJUBLJANA - The movement Youth for Climate Justice will stage a protest in front of the Brazilian Embassy to highlight the lack of action over the Amazon rainforest fires.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the business sentiment index for August.
LJUBLJANA - The bookshop Konzorcij will host a meeting with Trieste-based author Boris Pahor on his 106th birthday.
LJUBLJANA - A four-day open-air cinema festival will get under way in Congress Square with a screening of Ninotchka, a 1939 film by Ernst Lubitsch.
TUESDAY, 27 August
BELGRADE, Serbia - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will make an official visit to Serbia for talks with his counterpart Ana Brnabić, President Aleksandar Vučić and Speaker Maja Gojković.
LJUBLJANA - New administered prices of regular and diesel fuel sold outside motorways will kick in.
WEDNESDAY, 28 August
HELSINKI, Finland - Defence Ministry State Secretary Miloš Bizjak will take part in a two-day informal meeting of EU defence ministers discussing artificial intelligence, new technologies and hybrid threats.
MARIBOR - The European Junior Olympiad in Informatics will come to a close with an awards ceremony.
LJUBLJANA - The three-day Conventa Crossover conference on tourism and marketing will open.
THURSDAY, 29 August
HELSINKI, Finland - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar is to meet his Croatian counterpart Goran Grlić Radman on the sidelines of a two-day informal meeting of EU foreign ministers.
COLORADO, US - Defence Minister Karl Erjavec will visit the Colorado National Guard and meet its commander and the Colorado governor, and take part in the annual conference of the US National Guard Association, until 31 August.
LJUBLJANA - New US Ambassador Lynda C. Blanchard is to present her credentials to President Borut Pahor.
LJUBLJANA - The government is expected to convene the first regular session after summer break.
LJUBLJANA - The opening of the two-day Shanghai Fair to showcase Chinese companies in Slovenia.
KOPER - Logistics company Intereuropa is to release semi-annual financial results.
PTUJ - The new Ukrainian owners of poultry company Perutnina Ptuj will vote to squeeze out small shareholders at a shareholders' meeting.
GORNJA RADGONA - The International Agriculture and Food Fair AGRA will come to a close.
LJUBLJANA - Nights in Old Ljubljana Town, an international festival of music, will get under way, running until 31 August.
MARIBOR - Slovenian football champions Maribor will host Bulgaria's Ludogorets Razgrad for the return leg of the final round of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League.
FRIDAY, 30 August
BLED - The Young Bled Strategic Forum, the annual conference of young leaders accompanying the main part of Slovenia's prime foreign policy event, will get under way under the theme Youth as a (future) (re)source; until 2 September.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release GDP data for second quarter, August inflation data and figures on tourist arrivals and nights for July.
LJUBLJANA - Shareholders of Telekom Slovenije will decide on allocation of distributable profit.
LJUBLJANA - Energy company Petrol is to release semi-annual financial results.
MEŽICA - Batteries maker Tab is to hold a press conference to report on its results in 2018 and 2019.
ČATEŽ OB SAVI - The shareholders of spa operator Terme Čatež will meet to decide on the sale of Marina Portorož, among other things.
SATURDAY, 31 August
BLED - A charity golf tournament of NHL star Anže Kopitar.
SUNDAY, 1 September
WARSAW, Poland - President Borut Pahor will take part in the ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, to be attended by more than 30 heads of state, including US President Donald Trump.
LJUBLJANA - An eternal flame will be lit at the monument commemorating Russian and Soviet soldiers fallen on Slovenian soil in both world wars.
RIBNICA - The annual fair of traditional wooden handicrafts, to be addressed by PM Marjan Šarec.
TRŽIČ - The annual Shoemakers' Fair.