The following schedule was prepared by the STA:
MONDAY, 18 November
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will start its plenary for November with a Q&A session for PM Marjan Šarec and his cabinet.
LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian Business Club will present an initiative called For an Entrepreneurial Slovenia highlighting the importance of business for national prosperity.
TUESDAY, 19 November
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will start examining the budget bills for 2020 and 2021. A total of 38 hours of debate is scheduled.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - EU ministers in charge of European affairs will be in session. Slovenia will be represented by Foreign Ministry State Secretary Dobran Božič.
KOPER - A joint committee of Slovenia and Friuli-Venezia Giulia will be in session.
BRDO PRI KRANJU - GoDigital 2019, a Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) conference on big data and artificial intelligence.
VELENJE - Future 4.0, a conference bringing together established industrial players and startups.
LJUBLJANA - AIPA, an organisation of rights holders, will present the first ever study about the Slovenian audiovisual industry.
WARSAW, Poland - Slovenia will face Poland in the final round of qualifications for the Euro 2020.
WEDNESDAY, 20 November
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will attend a session of NATO foreign ministers; until 21 November.
LJUBLJANA - IMAD, the government's macroeconomic forecaster, will host a debate on labour shortages.
LJUBLJANA - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) will host its annual business summit. Innovation and human resources will be the topics in focus.
LJUBLJANA - The national awards for achievements in science and research will be conferred.
CELJE - Chemical company Cinkarna Celje is scheduled to release financial statements for the first three quarters of the year.
LJUBLJANA - AmCham, the US chamber of commerce, will host a debate on Slovenian healthcare.
THURSDAY, 21 November
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will vote on several pieces of legislation as well as three bills that have been vetoed by the upper chamber.
LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
NOVO MESTO - Drug maker Krka is scheduled to release its financial statements for the first nine months of the year.
KOPER - Logistics company Intereuropa will release its business report for the first three quarters of the year.
LJUBLJANA - Naprej/Forward!, a journalism festival organised by the Slovenian Journalists' Association; until 22 November.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release November consumer sentiment figures.
LJUBLJANA - An online Hungarian-Slovenian dictionary will be launched by the ZRC SAZU Institute for Slovenian Language.
FRIDAY, 22 November
BRDO PRI KRANJU - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will attend a session of a Slovenian-Turkish joint commission.
LJUBLJANA - Insurance group Sava Re is scheduled to release its financial statements for the first nine months of the year.
LJUBLJANA - Tax-Fin-Lex, a legal and tax information provider, will declare the top tax, financial and legal experts of the year.
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly is expected to hold a special session to debate concerns that the construction of a sewerage system could jeopardise the source of drinking water for Ljubljana.
SATURDAY, 23 November
LJUBLJANA - Awards will be conferred at the Ljubljana International Film Festival.
LJUBLJANA - The start of the 35th Festival of LGBT film; until 1 December.
LJUBLJANA - Slovenia observes Rudolf Maister Day in memory of the general who took control of Maribor in 1918, securing what later became Slovenia's northern border.
LJUBLJANA - Italian crooner Eros Ramazzotti will stop in the Stožice Arena as part of his Vita ce n'e tour.
SUNDAY, 24 November
SKOPJE, North Macedonia - Culture Minister Zoran Poznič will attend a meeting of culture ministers from the CEE region and China.