The following schedule was prepared by the STA:
MONDAY, 24 February
THESSALONIKI, Greece - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will make a working visit to Greece to attend a meeting in support of the enlargement to the Western Balkans in view of the proposal for a new enlargement methodology.
BRNIK - The police force will accept a new helicopter at a ceremony attended by Police Commissioner Tatjana Bobnar, Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar and PM Marjan Šarec.
LJUBLJANA - A protest will be held in front of the UK embassy as a hearing starts in London to decide whether to extradite WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange. Meanwhile, a translation of his memoir will be launched at an event attended by former Human Rights Ombudsman Matjaž Hanžek and Amnesty International Slovenija director Nataša Posel.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the business sentiment index for February.
LJUBLJANA - The Mountaineering Film Festival will get under way, until 1 March.
LJUBLJANA - A week-long winter break starts for primary and secondary schools in the eastern half of Slovenia.
TUESDAY, 25 February
LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will hold a second round of consultations on the potential to nominate a PM-designate before the deadline expires and a snap election is called. He will only meet the SDS, SMC, NSi, DeSUS and SAB, as other parties have already opted for a fresh election.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Foreign Ministry State Secretary Matej Marn will attend a session of the EU General Affairs Council discussing the future EU-UK relationship and the proposal to reform enlargement process.
WEDNESDAY, 26 February
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will debate a report on development cooperation and the National Assembly's international activities.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Finance Committee will discuss harmful effects of privatisation at a session called by the Left.
GENEVA, Switzerland - Foreign Ministry State Secretary Matej Marn will take part in a ministerial session of the UN Human Right Council. He will discuss the effects of artificial intelligence on human tights.
LJUBLJANA - National Assembly Speaker Dejan Židan will receive Lord German, a member of the UK House of Lords.
LJUBLJANA - The newspaper Finance will hold a panel debate on the European green deal.
LJUBLJANA - A round-table debate on violation of principles that authorities should observe when drawing up laws and regulations, Public Administration Minister Rudi Medved to be on hand.
PIRAN - A concert featuring Italian violinist Salvatore Accardo and the New Ferruccio Busoni Chamber Orchestra will mark the 250th anniversary of the death of composer Giuseppe Tartini.
LJUBLJANA - The STA and the National Football Association will host a debate on the centenary of organised football in Slovenia.
THURSDAY, 27 February
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Culture Committee will discuss the impact of the alleged Hungarian financing of media with ties to the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) at a session called at the behest of the Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ).
LJUBLJANA - The outgoing government is expected to convene a weekly session.
LJUBLJANA - The Pension and Disability Insurance Institute (ZPIZ) will debate its report for 2019.
LJUBLJANA - The shareholders' meeting of tourism company Sava Turizem will decide on absorption of hotel operator Hoteli Bernardin and on a recapitalisation. Hoteli Bernardin shareholders will decide on the merger a day later.
LJUBLJANA - The Culture Ministry will announce the shortlist for the 2025 European Capital of Culture.
LJUBLJANA - The National Gallery will launch an exhibition of Dachau drawings by Zoran Mušič.
FRIDAY, 28 February
LJUBLJANA - The 30-day window in which President Borut Pahor can put forward a PM-designate to prevent an early election will expire.
LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release data on GDP growth for 2019 and the consumer price index for February.
LJUBLJANA - Insurance group Sava Re will present its operating results for 2019 and its strategy by 2022 at a press conference.
KOPER - Port operator Luka Koper will release its financials for 2019.
LJUBLJANA - Call M for Macbeth, a production directed by Matjaž Pograjc based on William Shakespeare's Macbeth, will premiere.
SATURDAY, 29 February
LJUBLJANA - A talk with German author Bernhard Schlink will launch the international literary festival Fabula; until 8 March.
SUNDAY, 1 March
LJUBLJANA - House of Tolerance, a festival organised by the theatre Mini Teater and the Ljubljana Jewish Cultural Centre, will get under way, to run until 6 March.