Schedule of Events for Tuesday, 21 March
Ljubljana, 20 March - Below is a schedule of events for Tuesday, 21 March:
MARIBOR - Several ministers, including Transport Minister Janez Bozic are to attend a symposium on road infrastructure in the northeast, dubbed "the third development axis". The event is to bring together some 200 experts from Slovenia, Austria and Croatia. Press conference at 11 AM. (STA)
MARIBOR - The company Tovarna vozil Maribor and Germany's Neoplan Bus are to sign a contract to jointly develop and design a tourist bus. The 11 AM event is to be attended by Transport Minister Janez Bozic. (STA/PHOTO)
MARIBOR - Transport Minister Janez Bozic and Maribor Mayor Boris Sovic are to discuss at 1 PM several infrastructure projects, including the Maribor airport and the construction of motorways in the northeast of the country.
LJUBLJANA - Slovenia's Second largest mobile operator Simobil is to present its 2005 business results and plans at a news conference at 10 AM, to be attended by CEO Zoran Thaler and member of the management board Andreas Maierhofer. (STA/PHOTO)
LJUBLJANA - Slovenia's development potential is to be discussed at a meeting of ministers, managers and researchers as part of the 14th Days of Jozef Stefan; Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology Jure Zupan and Development Minister Joze P. Damijan to attend; at 10 AM.
VIENNA, Austria - A two-day EU ministerial discussing tourism as a key to growth and employment in Europe is to close. Economics Ministry State Secretary Andrijana Starina Kosem and the head of the ministry's tourism directorate Marjan Hribar in attendance.
KOPER - FM Dimitrij Rupel is to attend a Primorska University-sponsored panel on the European constitution focusing on its legal and political consequences. Starts at 4 PM.
LJUBLJANA - The youth wings of the coalition Slovenian Democrats (SDS), New Slovenia (NSi) and the People's Party (SLS) are to sign an agreement on cooperation at 5 PM. The presidents of all three parties are expected to attend the ceremony.
BARILOCHE, Argentina - A delegation of the parliamentary commission for Slovenians abroad is to complete its several-day visit to Latin America with a stopover in Argentina to meet Slovenian Honorary Consul Robert Eiletz.
LJUBLJANA - A plaque to composer Vilko Ukmar (1905-1991) is to be unveiled in front of the house where the musician lived between 1937 and 1991. Ukmar received the Preseren Award, the highest national awards for culture, in 1985. (STA/PHOTO)
LJUBLJANA - The annual review of the Slovenian film industry "Film Video Monitor" is to be presented at a news conference at 11 AM before it takes place in Italy's Gorizia on 23 March.
LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)
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