The following schedule was prepared by the STA:
MONDAY, 6 January
LJUBLJANA - The trial of four former managers of the dissolved Hypo group, accused of defrauding the Hypo bank of millions of euros, will come to a close.
LJUBLJANA - Child carollers dressed up as the biblical Wise Men will call on the heads of state, government and parliament, Borut Pahor, Marjan Šarec and Dejan Židan.
ZREČE - A press conference will be held as Croatian police officers join their Slovenian counterparts on Slovenian ski slopes.
TUESDAY, 7 January
LJUBLJANA - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar and former Austrian FM Karin Kneissl will attend an event discussing strategic solutions for the Western Balkans.
LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will publish data on registered unemployment for December 2019.
WEDNESDAY, 8 January
LJUBLJANA - The Hungarian OTP bank and the new leadership of SKB Banka will hold a press conference.
LJUBLJANA - The woman engineer of 2019 will be declared, with Labour Minister Ksenija Klampfer and Education Minister Jernej Pikalo attending.
LJUBLJANA - Trial will start in a major health corruption case against UKC Ljubljana radiologist Zoran Miloševič and co-defendants.
THURSDAY, 9 January
LJUBLJANA - The government will hold its regular weekly session.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary inquiry into party financing will interview former CEOs of NKBM bank Aleš Hauc and Robert Senica, among others.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release external trade statistics for November 2019.
LJUBLJANA - The newspaper publisher Delo will announce its person of the year.
LJUBLJANA - The Fran Ramovš Institute for the Slovenian Language will declare the word of the year.
LJUBLJANA - An exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of Cankarjev Dom, Slovenia's top cultural centre, will be launched.
FRIDAY, 10 January
LJUBLJANA - The European Parliament's Office in Slovenia will host a round-table debate on the importance of the Sakharov Prize for the freedom of thought.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release industrial output figures for November 2019.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden - Slovenia will open their campaign at the European Men's Handball Championship with a match against Poland.
SATURDAY, 11 January
LJUBLJANA - The first Slovenian production of Maria by English playwright Simon Stephens, directed by Janusz Kica, will open at SNG Drama Ljubljana theatre.
SUNDAY, 12 January
No major events are scheduled.