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22 Sep 2019, 10:52 AM

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MONDAY, 23 September
        NEW YORK, US - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will join world leaders for the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. He will be in New York until 27 September. Health Minister Aleš Šabeder will attend a debate on access to health services.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will start its regular plenary for September questions time with ministers.
        HELSINKI, Finland - Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec will take part in an informal session of EU agriculture ministers discussing soil carbon sequestration; until 24 Sep.
        KOPER - The coalition Social Democrats (SD) will host a debate on the future of social democracy.
        KOČEVJE - Days of Gottschee Culture will be launched with President Borut Pahor delivering the keynote; until 29 Sep.
        LJUBLJANA - A quarter-finals match of the Men's European Volleyball Championship will be played in Stožice Arena.

TUESDAY, 24 September
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will resume session to debate a bill on recourse for creditors wiped out in the 2013 bank bailout, among other legislative proposals.
        JESENICE - Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek will address an event marking 150 years of industrial steel production in Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - The start of the Slovenian Festival of Science; until 26 September.
        LJUBLJANA - The Faculty of Arts will celebrate its centenary with a high-profile ceremony to be addressed by President Borut Pahor, Dean Roman Kuhar and Ljubljana University Chancellor Igor Papič.
        VRHNIKA - The presentation of a UNESCO recognition of Slovenia's efforts for preserving the underwater cultural heritage of the Ljubljanica river.
        LJUBLJANA - AmCham Slovenia will hold a special event to present its new president Sašo Berger.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release business sentiment data for September.
        LJUBLJANA - The executive committee of UEFA, European football's governing body, will be in session. An exhibition match will be held on the sidelines of the event.
        LJUBLJANA - The start of the Sonica festival of contemporary electronic music; until 28 September.

WEDNESDAY, 25 September
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will debate amendments to the copyright act and amendments to legislation on social transfers.
        LJUBLJANA - Retailer Mercator is expected to release its interim financial report.
        BRDO PRI KRANJU - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) will hand out awards for best innovations at the national level as part of Innovation Day.
        LJUBLJANA - The winner of the Rožanec Prize for best essay collection will be declared.
        LJUBLJANA - The closing event of Falling Walls Lab Ljubljana 2019.

THURSDAY, 26 September
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will debate the national defence security strategy.
        PODGORICA, Montenegro - Defence Minister Karl Erjavec will start an official two-day visit to Montenegro.
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        KRŠKO - The management of the Krško Nuclear Power Plant will speak to the press before a scheduled maintenance shutdown.
        PORTOROŽ - The Manager Association will hold its annual congress and confer the Manager of the Year award.
        DIVAČA - A press conference at the conclusion of a training programme for astronauts from five international space agencies in Slovenian caves.
        LJUBLJANA - A semi-finals match of the Men's European Volleyball Championship will be played in Stožice Arena.

FRIDAY, 27 September
        LJUBLJANA - A climate strike will be held in several cities.
        LJUBLJANA - New Constitutional Court Judge Rok Čeferin will start his term to replace Judge Etelka Korpič-Horvat.
        PORTOROŽ - The Russian Agency for Development of Small and Medium Business will host an Italian-Russian-Slovenian business forum.
        LJUBLJANA - Public Administration Minister Rudi Medved will address Days of Slovenian Administration.
        LJUBLJANA - A series of events will be held around the country on European Researchers' Night.
        LJUBLJANA - A debate on the digital future of the Slovenian language will be held.

SATURDAY, 28 September
        SLOVENSKA BISTRICA - A meeting of hauliers, to be attended by National Assembly Speaker Dejan Židan, Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek and Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar.
        METLIKA - A ceremony will commemorate the liberation of more than 100 Allied prisoners-of-war by the Slovenian Partisan resistance movement in 1944.
        LJUBLJANA - Days of European Heritage and Cultural Heritage Week will get under way, running until 12 Oct.
        KOPER - An international two-day festival of sweet deserts and sweets will start.

SUNDAY, 29 September
        No major events scheduled.

14 Sep 2019, 16:04 PM

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MONDAY, 16 September
        LJUBLJANA - Indian President Ram Nath Kovind will start an official visit at the invitation of Slovenia's Borut Pahor.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Foreign Ministry State Secretary will attend a session of the EU's General Affairs Council.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary inquiry into alleged abuse at the Bank Assets Management Company will set the course of action.
        LJUBLJANA - A conference on smart cities organised by several research institutions and local-government associations.
        LJUBLJANA - The European Mobility Week will start, with 78 municipalities participating with activities to reduce road traffic.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release July pay data.

TUESDAY, 17 September
        LJUBLJANA - The Economic and Social Council will debate the budget bills for 2020 and 2021.
        LJUBLJANA - Cypriot Parliament Speaker Demetris Syllouris will pay a visit.
        LJUBLJANA - The Public Administration Ministry will present a package of proposed changes to the public sector pay system.
        KRANJ - The management of Gorenjska Banka will speak about the bank's performance and business plans.
        PORTOROŽ - The Metod Badjura Award for lifetime achievement will be conferred as the Festival of Slovenian Film gets under way.
        RAVNE NA KOROŠKEM - The Festival of Slovenian Jazz will open with a concert by Gal Furlan.
        MARIBOR - An exhibition on Poland's suffering during WWII will open at the Museum of National Liberation.

WEDNESDAY, 18 September
        BERN, Switzerland - President Borut Pahor will start a two-day official visit to Switzerland.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will be in session.
        LJUBLJANA - Jorge Domecq, chief executive of the European Defence Agency, will meet Defence Minister Karl Erjavec during a working visit to Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - Stolpersteine, concrete blocs with brass plates bearing the names of Holocaust victims, will be installed at several locations in Ljubljana as part of European Days of Jewish Culture.
        KOPER - The Ironman 70.3 Slovenian Istria, taking place on 22 September, will be presented to the press.

THURSDAY, 19 September
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy Committee will resume a debate on how Slovenia is protecting the Schengen border.
        KOPER - The parliamentary commission for the Italian and Hungarian minorities will debate bilingual services provided by administrative bodies in bilingual areas.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary subcommittee on Roma will discuss representation of the Romany communities on local councils.
        MURSKA SOBOTA - The Večernica Prize for best children's book will be conferred.
        LJUBLJANA - The Forum of Slavic Cultures will host an international conference of the European Museum Academy.

FRIDAY, 20 September
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for Slovenians Abroad will debate progress in the repatriation of ethnic Slovenians from Argentina.
        LJUBLJANA - The EU Affairs Committee will discuss EU Council's recommendations on Slovenia's National Reform Programme and Stability Programme.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host yet another in a series of debates on changes to electoral law.
        TRIESTE, Italy - Slofest, a cultural festival of the Slovenian minority in Italy; until 22 September.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the September consumer confidence index.

SATURDAY, 21 September
        LJUBLJANA - The coalition Modern Centre Party (SMC) is expected to elect Zdravko Počivalšek to succeed Miro Cerar as party leader as it meets for a congress.
        MIREN - A meeting for peace will mark International Day of Peace, with MEP Tanja Fajon (S&D/SD) delivering the keynote.
        IVANČNA GORICA - Catholic youths will convene an annual event that is the largest gathering of its kind in Slovenia.

SUNDAY, 22 September
        PORTOROŽ - Former internees, political prisoners and stolen children will hold their annual meeting. President Borut Pahor and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Peter Jožef Česnik will deliver addresses.
        KOPER/IZOLA/PIRAN - The Ironman 70.3 Slovenian Istria.

 

07 Sep 2019, 16:35 PM

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 MONDAY, 9 September

        BRDO PRI KRANJU - Senior coalition officials are scheduled to meet to debate the budget bills for 2020 and 2021.
        LJUBLJANA - Latvian Parliamentary Speaker Inara Murniece will start a two-day official visit.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host the latest in a series of talks with party leaders and constitutional jurists on changes to electoral law.
        PORTOROŽ - The start of Nuclear Energy for New Europe, an international conference; until 12 September.
        LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian national football team will play Israel in the qualifying for the Euro 2020.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release foreign trade data for July.

TUESDAY, 10 September
        MOSCOW, Russia - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will start a two-day visit to Russia. He is scheduled to meet with counterpart Dmitry Medvedev and unveil a monument to Slovenians victims of both world wars on Russian soil.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - As the new European Commission is presented, it will be announced which portfolio Slovenia's commissioner-designate Janez Lenarčič will get.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Economy Committee will debate the bill on recourse for junior creditors wiped out in the 2013 bank bailout.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Infrastructure Committee will debate amendments to the housing act.
        LJUBLJANA - The international literary festival Vilenica will get under way.
        LJUBLJANA - Cankarjev Dom will present the highlights of its new season.
        LJUBLJANA - The programme of the Festival of Slovenian Film (17-22 September) will be presented.
        CELJE - The opening of the International Trade Fair (MOS).
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release industrial output data for July.
        MOJSTRANA - Mine victims from Bosnia-Herzegovina will climb Mount Triglav to raise awareness about the danger of mines.

WEDNESDAY, 11 September
        LJUBLJANA - Montenegrin Economy Minister Dragica Sekulić will pay an official visit.
        LJUBLJANA - Yang Chuantang, one of the vice chairmen of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, will start a multi-day visit at the invitation of National Council President Alojz Kovšca.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Defence Committee will debate the draft of the new National Security Strategy.

THURSDAY, 12 September
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Defence Committee will debate arms purchases at the request of the Left.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Economy Committee will debate amendments to the copyright act.
        BRNIK - A new logistics centre operated by Cargo-partner will be launched.
        LJUBLJANA - The Men's European Volleyball Championship will start, with Group C being hosted by Slovenia.

FRIDAY, 13 September
        LJUBLJANA - Finland's EU presidency priorities will be presented at a joint session of the parliamentary EU and foreign policy committees.
        LJUBLJANA - Slovenian MEPs will speak to the press about current EU issues and challenges.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for the Oversight of Intelligence and Security Services will examine a report on border arbitration compiled by intelligence services.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Justice Committee will examine the annual report of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption.
        LJUBLJANA - NATO chiefs-of-staff will get together for a conference; until 15 September.
        PIVKA - The Park of Military History will host the annual Festival of Military History; until 15 September.

SATURDAY, 14 September
        LJUBLJANA - The opposition New Slovenia (NSi) will hold a conference to adopt a new platform in its attempt to shift to the centre.
        LIPICA - The international literary festival Vilenica will wrap up with an award ceremony.
        AJDOVŠČINA - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will be keynote speaker at a ceremony marking the reunification with Primorska region.
        IZOLA - Diplomats will gather for the traditional annual Diplomatic Regatta.

SUNDAY, 15 September
        LJUBLJANA - Indian President Ram Nath Kovind will start a multi-day official visit to Slovenia.
        RATEČE - Mayors from Slovenia, Austria and Italy will meet in the three-border area.
        BOHINJ - Cow Ball, an ethnographic event marking the end of the grazing season at high-altitude pastures.

31 Aug 2019, 18:20 PM

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 MONDAY, 2 September

        BLED - The start of the two-day Bled Strategic Forum. Sources of stability and instability will be explored.
        LJUBLJANA - Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid will pay an official visit.
        LJUBLJANA - The start of the school year for roughly 264,000 primary and secondary school students.

TUESDAY, 3 September
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for Oversight of Intelligence and Security Services will debate the impact of illegal migrations on organised crime and the activities of foreign intelligence services in Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - A parliamentary inquiry investigating the discontinued child heart surgery project will interview former and current directors of the Medical Chamber.
        BLED - The 6th high-level symposium of think tanks from China and Central and Eastern European countries will be held.
        LJUBLJANA - The 67th Ljubljana Festival will feature a show with Ukraine prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova from the Bolshoi Theatre.

WEDNESDAY, 4 September
        ŠIBENIK, Croatia - President Borut Pahor will hold talks with Croatian counterpart Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović and Austria's Alexander van der Bellen as part of the Trilateral Initiative.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for the Oversight of Public Finances will debate the management of major infrastructure projects at the request of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi).
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Agriculture, Forestry and Food Committee will debate emergency beekeeping measures.
        LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will release registered unemployment figures for August.
        MARIBOR - Dokudoc, an international festival of documentary film; until 8 Sept.

THURSDAY, 5 September
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The 67th Ljubljana Festival will wrap up with a concert by the Israeli Symphony Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta.
        LJUBLJANA - A parliamentary inquiry investigating the aborted child heart surgery project will interview former directors of UKC Ljubljana hospital Simon Vrhunec and Andraž Kopač.

FRIDAY, 6 September
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly, Supreme Court and Justice Ministry will co-host a debate on the rule of law.
        LJUBLJANA - NLB, the country's largest bank, will release its interim financial report.
        LJUBLJANA - The Agency for Insurance Supervision will organise its annual conference on the insurance industry.
        KANAL - The 40th Kogoj Days, an international festival of contemporary classical music, will get under way.
        LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra will open its new season with a concert conducted by Swiss veteran Charles Dutoit.
        LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian national football team will take on Poland in a Euro 2020 qualifier.

SATURDAY, 7 September
        PIRAN - Awards will be given out as the 54th Piran Ex-Tempore international workshop of painters draws to a close.
        POSTOJNA - The 19th World Festival of Saute Potato with Onions will be held.

SUNDAY, 8 September
        METLIKA - A ceremony will mark 150 year of organised firefighting in Slovenia.
        KOČEVJE - A commemoration in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of the communist women's labour camp Verdreng (Podlesje).

 

25 Aug 2019, 09:04 AM

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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.

17 Aug 2019, 18:30 PM

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MONDAY, 19 August
        BRNIK - New US Ambassador Lynda C. Blanchard is due to arrive in Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will host a meeting with organisations licensed to collect hazardous waste after the waste treatment company Kemis was ordered to stop accepting waste and tear down buildings erected in the wake of the devastating 2017 fire.
        LJUBLJANA - A new square will be inaugurated in the Ljubljana Poljane borough in tribute to the centenary of Prekmurje's reunification with Slovenia. Keynote to be delivered by Slovenia's first President Milan Kučan, with President Borut Pahor on hand.
        LJUBLJANA - An exhibition will be launched to mark the 75th anniversary of the Slovenian Statistics Office.

TUESDAY, 20 August
        LJUBLJANA - The Trade Union of Farmers will meet Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec to discuss measures against wolf attacks on domestic animals.
        LJUBLJANA - Meeting over tea with Major-General Alenka Ermenc, the chief of the general staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces.
        LJUBLJANA - Insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav is scheduled to release a semi-annual business report.
        LJUBLJANA - The summer version of the stand-up comedy festival Panč will kick off at Ljubljana Castle, until 25 August.

WEDNESDAY, 21 August
        PTUJ - The 23rd annual Days of Poetry and Wine will get under way with Ilija Trojanow, the multi-award winning Bulgarian-German author, reading out his Open Letter to Europe; until 24 August.

THURSDAY, 22 August
        LJUBLJANA - Several events will be held ahead of European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes (23 August), including a flowers-laying ceremony at a plaque to victims of all wars in front of the US Embassy, holy mass for the victims and a debate.
        KRŠKO - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will pay a visit to the Krško Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
        KOPER - The shareholders' meeting of port operator Luka Koper will vote on the proposal to name Tamara Kozlovič as a new member of the supervisory board.
        LJUBLJANA - Insurer Sava Re will release semi-annual business results.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the August consumer confidence index.
        PIRAN - The Tartini International Festival of Chamber Music will start, to run until 8 September.
        RAZGRAD, Bulgaria - Slovenian football champions Maribor will play the first leg of the play-off round of qualifying for UEFA Europa League against Ludogorets Razgrad.

FRIDAY, 23 August
        MARIBOR - A retrospective exhibition marking the 80th birthday of photographer Stojan Kerbler will be launched.
        BEGUNJE NA GORENJSKEM - The three-day Avsenik Festival will kick off in memory of the legendary accordion ensemble.

SATURDAY, 24 August
        RADOMLJE - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec and MEPs Irena Joveva and Klemen Grošelj will address a summer gathering of members of the Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ).
        GORNJA RADGONA - The International Agriculture and Food Fair AGRA will open, to run until 29 August.
        GORNJA RADGONA - The Trade Union of Farmers will hold a protest against what it sees as an ineffective implementation of the emergency law to cull bears and wolves.
        LJUBLJANA - The international festival of progressive theatre Mladi Levi will get under way, to run until 31 August.
        PIRAN - A saltmakers' festival will take place.

SUNDAY, 25 August
        MURSKA SOBOTA - A religious service of the Evangelical Lutheran Church to mark the centenary of Prekmurje's unification with Slovenia, with Honorary Bishop Geza Erniša, Catholic Archbishop Alojzij Cvikl, President Borut Pahor to address the event after. It will also be attended by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.

 

11 Aug 2019, 10:14 AM

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 MONDAY, 12 August

        NOVO MESTO - Jazz festival Jazzinty will get under way with a performance by Gašper Livko and Tisa Neža Herlec.

TUESDAY, 13 August
        LJUBLJANA - The signing of an agreement between several Slovenian and Japanese institutions on cooperation in the development of medical robotics.
        LJUBLJANA - Administered fuel prices will change.
        GORNJA RADGONA - The 57th international agricultural and food fair AGRA 2019, scheduled for 24-25 August, will be presented to the press.
        TRONDHEIM, Norway - Slovenian football champions Maribor will take on Rosenborg in the return leg of the third round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

WEDNESDAY, 14 August
        LJUBLJANA - Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono will visit Slovenia. Meetings with Foreign Minister Miro Cerar and President Borut Pahor are scheduled.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release June construction data.

THURSDAY, 15 August
        LJUBLJANA - Assumption of the Virgin Mary, a public holiday.
        TOLMIN - The start of Overjam, a reggae festival; until 18 August.

FRIDAY, 16 August
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release June pay data.
        BREŽICE - Seviqc, a festival of old music, will get under way with a concert by Simone Vallerotonda playing 17th century lute and guitar music.

SATURDAY, 17 August
        BELTINCI - A state celebration of the 100th anniversary of unification of Prekmurje region with Slovenia. Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will deliver the keynote.

SUNDAY, 18 August
        PORTOROŽ - The final matches will wrap up at the ATP challenger tennis tournament Slovenia Open 2019.

03 Aug 2019, 14:33 PM

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MONDAY, 5 August
        LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will release registered unemployment data for July.
        TOLMIN - The start of Punk Rock Holiday, the biggest punk music festival in Slovenia; until 9 August.

TUESDAY, 6 August
        No major events are scheduled.

WEDNESDAY, 7 August
        MARIBOR - Slovenian football champions Maribor will take on Norwegian side Rosenborg in the third round of qualifying for the Champions League.

THURSDAY, 8 August
        LJUBLJANA - The summer iteration of the Animateka festival of animated film; until 11 August.

FRIDAY, 9 August
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release foreign trade data for June.
        PORTOROŽ - The ATP Challenger Slovenia Open tournament will start with the qualifying; until 18 August.

SATURDAY, 10 August
        RADOVLJICA - The start of the Radovljica Festival of old music.

SUNDAY, 11 August
        No major events are scheduled.

27 Jul 2019, 11:51 AM

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MONDAY, 29 July
        LJUBLJANA - British rock band Skunk Anansie will give a concert at Kino Šiška.

TUESDAY, 30 July
        ŽALEC - The start of the International Hop Growers' Convention; until 2 August.
        LJUBLJANA - Administrative petrol prices will change.
        LJUBLJANA - A press conference to present Slovenian scientists' discovery about a new mechanism of action in ketamine, a medication used for starting and maintaining anaesthesia.

WEDNESDAY, 31 July
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release data on July inflation and tourist arrivals and nights.
        CELJE - Chemical company Cinkarna Celje is expected to release its interim financial report.
        KOSTEL - Castle Kolpa Music Festival, the biggest musical festival in south Slovenia, will get under way; until 4 August.
        NOVO MESTO - Fotopub, an international festival of contemporary photography; until 4 August.
        STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Slovenian football champions Maribor will take on AIK in the return leg of the second round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

THURSDAY, 1 August
        NOVO MESTO - Pharma company Krka is expected to release its interim financial report.
        LJUBLJANA - Trnovfest, a month-long music festival in Trnovo borough, will start with a concert by rock band Hamo & Tribute 2 Love.
        LJUBLJANA - A four-day World Series beach volleyball tournament, played in Congress Square and the Ludus Sport Park, will start.

FRIDAY, 2 August
        No major events scheduled.

SATURDAY, 3 August
        KRANJSKA GORA - The Shepherds of Great Tales international film festival will wrap up with an award ceremony.

SUNDAY, 4 August
        MONTE SANTO DI LUSSARI, Italy - Catholics from Slovenia, Italy and Austria will make their annual pilgrimage to the tri-border area for the Pilgrimage of Three Slovenias.

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This schedule was prepared by the STA

MONDAY, 22 July
        LJUBLJANA - National Assembly Speaker Dejan Židan will receive Lorant Vincze, the president of the Federal Union of European Nationalities.
        PARIS, France - Ambassador Andrej Logar will attend an informal ministerial on migrations in the Mediterranean as a special envoy of the foreign minister.

TUESDAY, 23 July
        LJUBLJANA - The shareholders' meeting of SKB bank will appoint new management board members.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the consumer confidence index for July.
        MOSCOW, Russia - The ballet ensemble of SNG Maribor will make a guest appearance at the Bolshoi Theatre with Peer Gynt, a production choreographed by Edward Clug, with a rerun on 24 July.
        BLED - The 29th annual Okarina festival of world music will get under way, running until 4 August.

WEDNESDAY, 24 July
        LJUBLJANA - Telekom Slovenije will release its financial report for the first half of 2019.
        VIENNA, Austria - Slovenia's largest confederation of trade unions, ZZZS, and Austrian representatives will speak about electronic exchange of social security information.
        MARIBOR - Slovenian football champions Maribor will take on AIK Stockholm in game one of the second round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

THURSDAY, 25 July
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary EU Affairs Committee will interview nominee for European commissioner Janez Lenarčič.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will issue business sentiment figures for July.

FRIDAY, 26 July
        SZENTGOTTHARD, Hungary - A press conference to present the international agriculture and food fair AGRA, to be held in Gornja Radgona, Slovenia, between 24 and 29 August.
        LJUBLJANA - Russian jazz ensemble Vadim Eilenkrig Quintet will give a concert in Congress Square ahead of the ceremony marking the 103rd anniversary of the Russian Chapel.

SATURDAY, 27 July
        KRANJSKA GORA - The annual ceremony in memory of Russian POWs, killed in an avalanche in WWI, will be held at the Russian Chapel below Vršič mountain pass. National Assembly Speaker Dejan Židan and Russian Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Konstantin Noskov will deliver keynotes.
        IVANČNA GORICA - A summer camp for children of the Slovenian diaspora, sponsored by the World Slovenian Congress, until 3 August.
        KRANJSKA GORA - An international film festival, called Shepherds of Great Tales, will get under way, featuring more than 70 films in seven days.

SUNDAY, 28 July
        No major events are scheduled.

 

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