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Schedule of Events for Friday, 21 April

Ljubljana, 20 April - Below is a schedule of events for Friday, 21 April:

LJUBLJANA - Parliament is to resume its session for April at 10 AM. The agenda includes the third reading of the bill on registration of real estate, the bill on the mass valuation of real estate and changes to the act on real estate agents. (STA)

BOAO, China - President Janez Drnovsek is to meet Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsang and China's Vice President Zeng Qinghong as part of his attendance of the Boao Forum for Asia 2006.

JAKARTA, Slovenia - Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel is to set off on a tour of Asia, as part of which he is due to pay an official visit to Indonesia and take part in the OSCE conference with Asian partners in Bangkok next week.

GRAZ, Austria - Higher Education Minister Jure Zupan and Economics Ministry State Secretary Andrijana Starina Kosem are to represent Slovenia at an informal two-day meeting of EU ministers responsible for competition. The agenda of the meeting includes the EU services directive and the EU research budget.

LJUBLJANA - The Economic and Social Council, an industrial relations forum, is to hold a session to discuss reciprocity in the free movement of labour for the EU-15 and countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). The session is to get underway at 10 AM.

BISTRA PRI VRHNIKI - The Environment Ministry is to stage an extended session of the Slovenian Committee for Climate Change to mark World Earth Day. The session will mark the official launch of the Slovenia Lowers CO2 project that is being carried out by the ministry in association with the British Embassy and British Council. (STA/PHOTO)

LJUBLJANA/IDRIJA - A delegation of the European Parliament's culture and education committee is to wrap up a three-day visit to Slovenia. The delegation will be received by Parliament Speaker France Cukjati, while the visiting officials are also expected to meet Slovenian lawmakers.

LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary European affairs committee is to hold a closed-doors session to discuss Slovenia's standpoints for upcoming meetings of EU ministers.

LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)

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