Schedule of Events for Monday, 5 March
Ljubljana, 4 March - Below is a schedule of events for Monday, 5 March:
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel and European Affairs State Secretary Janez Lenarcic are to attend a session of the EU's General Affairs and External Relations Council. The council is to discuss to what extent goals on greenhouse gas emissions should be binding. On the sidelines, a debate on the Berlin Declaration and the Western Balkans is expected. (STA)
LJUBLJANA - Prime Minister Janez Jansa will be taking questions from the floor at 3 PM as the National Assembly holds its second plenary this year. (STA/PHOTO)
VIENNA, Austria - The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to hold the second regular session of the Board of Governors, which will be headed by Ernest Petric, Slovenia's incumbent ambassador to the IAEA.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak is to meet Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and Minister of Economics and Transportation Janos Koka. The ministers are also to open a Slovenian-Hungarian business conference.
LJUBLJANA - A regular yearly mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) headed by Piritta Sorsa is to kick off in Ljubljana. The representatives of the IMF are to hold several meetings over the two-week mission, including with central bank Governor Mitja Gaspari.
LJUBLJANA - Labour, the Family and Social Affairs Minister Marjeta Cotman is to meet management boards of employers' associations to discuss the amendments to the employment relationship act. Press conference is scheduled for 11 AM.
LJUBLJANA - The Consumer Association of Slovenia is to hold a press conference at 11 AM to present the findings of the research on price hikes after the adoption of euro. (STA)
LJUBLJANA - Former Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affairs Geza Jeszenszky is to hold a lecture hosted by the Euro-Atlantic Council of Slovenia and the Slovenian Association for International Relations at 5 PM.
LIPICA - Kobilarna Lipica stud farm is to hold a press conference at 12 AM to outline 2006 business results and plans for 2007.
LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)
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