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Schedule of Events for Friday, 15 September

Ljubljana, 14 September - Below is a schedule of events for Friday, 15 September:

BRUSSELS, Belgium - FM Dimitrij Rupel is to attend a meeting of EU foreign ministers that will be dedicated to reviewing the latest developments in the Western Balkans, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and Lebanon.

CERJE - Slovenia will remember the return of a large part of the Primorsko region to the country with a national ceremony at the as yet unfinished memorial to the defenders of Slovenian territory on Mount Cerje. PM Janez Jansa is to be the speaker of honour at the event that gets underway at 5:30 PM. (STA/PHOTO)

LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary petitions, human rights and equal opportunities commission is to resume at 9 AM a session dedicated to discussing recent allegations of sexual abuse of female soldiers. (STA/PHOTO)

LJUBLJANA - The social partners - employers, trade unions and the government - are to continue their negotiations on the changes to the employment relationship act at a meeting scheduled for 10 AM. Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Janez Drobnic is to give a statement to the press at 1 PM.

LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary EU affairs committee is to hold a closed-doors session to debate the proposed European directive on air quality and Slovenia's views on a flood-management directive. The committee's chair, Anton Kokalj, is to speak to the press at 1:30 PM.

JESENICE - Chairman of the Slovenian Steel Group Tibor Simonka and a number of other officials from the group are to speak about the operations of subsidiary Acroni of Jesenice at a press conference scheduled for 10 AM.

LJUBLJANA - The National Party (SNS) is to presents its candidate for Ljubljana mayor, Marjan Rekar, at a press conference scheduled for 10 AM. (STA/PHOTO)

LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)

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