STA Coverage on Monday, 15 September
Ljubljana, 15 September - The STA English service will cover the following events on Monday, 15 September:
LJUBLJANA - A two-day consultation of Slovenian diplomats in EU countries on the subject of Slovenia's impending EU membership and its consequences for their work is to begin in Ljubljana. The diplomats are to be addressed by President Janez Drnovsek and meet with PM Anton Rop and FM Dimitrij Rupel.
QUEBEC CITY - Chairman of Slovenian Chamber of Commerce (GZS) Jozko Cuk is to take part in the World Congress of the Chambers of Commerce and sessions of the bodies of the International Trade Organisation. As part of the regional pre-congress meeting of Central European Chambers of Commerce, Cuk is to present the role of the GZS during Slovenia's EU accession negotiations.
LJUBLJANA - The council of the People's Party (SLS) is to decide on the proposal of party leader Franci But to call a preliminary voting congress to elect new leadership.
LJUBLJANA - A delegation of the Irish Parliamentary European Affairs Committee is to pay an official visit to Slovenia. During the three-day visit the members are to meet with Speaker of the Parliament Borut Pahor, Parliament's Secretary General Jozica Veliscek members of the Slovenian-Irish friendship group, members of the European Affairs Commission and members of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
LJUBLJANA - Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs is to present the ministry's actions and findings of the extraordinary expert and financial control over the work of the programmes Stigma and Aids, run by NGO Aids Foundation Robert.
BELGRADE - Slovenian National Party (SNS) is to discuss the details of the international conference on the succession of the Adriatic at a press conference.
LJUBLJANA - A Chinese-Slovenian business conference is to take place at the Chamber of Commerce.
LJUBLJANA - Press review.
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