Schedule of Events for Tuesday, 28 March
Ljubljana, 27 March - Below is a schedule of events for Tuesday, 28 March:
LJUBLJANA - Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk, Juan Jose Fernandez Ansola of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and Bozo Jasovic of the Bank of Slovenia are to hold a press conference upon the conclusion of the IMF's 14-day mission to Slovenia at 11:30 AM. (STA/PHOTO)
LJUBLJANA - Parliament will debate a draft declaration on Slovenia's activities in EU institutions in 2006. Lawmakers will also take re-votes on the vetoed asbestos act and the amendments to the war veterans act. The session starts at 9 AM. (STA/PHOTO)
LJUBLJANA - Visiting Macedonian Local Government Minister Rizvan Sulejmani and his host, Local Government and Regional Policy Minister Ivan Zagar, are to make press statements at noon. (STA)
NICOSIA, Cyprus - President Janez Drnovsek will conclude a two-day official visit to Cyprus, with a trip to the archaeological museum in Kourion and a second meeting with his Cypriot counterpart Tassos Papadopoulos scheduled for 3:35 PM.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - The coordinating body of Slovenian minorities, SLOMAK, is to start a two-day visit to Brussels. The minorities will present a cultural programme at the European Parliament and attend the opening ceremony of an exhibition on Slovenian minorities in Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia. (STA)
KRSKO - Prime Minister Janez Jansa is to visit the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK) on the eve of the government's visit to Posavje; at 5 PM.
LJUBLJANA - Bank Austria Creditanstalt Ljubljana is to present to the press at 11 AM the bank's 2005 business results and plans for 2006. (STA/PHOTO)
LJUBLJANA - SRC.SI, the largest Slovenian company specialising in system integration, is to hold a press conference at 11 AM to present its business results for 2005. (STA)
LJUBLJANA - The supervisory board of the Slovenian Railways is to confirm the business plan for 2006 at a session scheduled for 2 PM.
LJUBLJANA - The association of small business at the Chamber of Commerce (GZS) is to examine the GZS proposal for the establishment of a venture capital fund at a session scheduled for 10 AM.
LJUBLJANA - A round-table debate on the development of tourism in forest areas, organised by the National Council and the Tourist Association of Slovenia, is to start at 10 AM.
LJUBLJANA - Forum 21, a leftist political interest group, is to host a meeting with Reisu-l-ulema Mustafa Ceric, the leader of Bosnia's Islamic community. Begins at 5 PM.
LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)
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