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Schedule of Events for Monday, 8 December

Ljubljana, 7 December - Below is a schedule of events for Monday, 8 December:

BRUSSELS, Belgium - EU foreign ministers and their counterparts from the acceding countries, including Slovenia's Dimitrij Rupel, are to meet for the last round of intergovernmental talks on the constitutional treaty ahead of the EU summit in Brussels. Europe Minister Janez Potocnik will attend debates on other decisions to be taken at the summit. (STA)

BRUSSELS, Belgium - Health Minister Dusan Keber is to attend a final meeting of the process titled "High Level Reflection Process on Patient Mobility" and future health care development in the EU at the invitation of European Commissioner David Byrne.

LJUBLJANA - The Labour Ministry is to give a press conference at 11 AM to present the 2004 national employment action plan. (STA)

LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary home policy committee is to discuss the initiative to call a referendum on the erased at 3 PM. The finance and monetary policy committee is to discuss the amended 2005 budget bill at 2 PM.

LJUBLJANA - The mobile telephone provider Simobil is to present its business results and future plans to the press at 9 AM. (STA)

LJUBLJANA - The Statistical Office is to release the October export-import figures. (STA)

LJUBLJANA - Joerg Haider, the governor of the Austrian province of Carinthia, is to officially present a Christmas tree to the city of Ljubljana at 6 PM as a gift at Slovenia's upcoming EU accession.

LJUBLJANA - Foreign Ministry State Secretary Andrej Logar is to receive the credentials of the Norwegian Ambassador to Slovenia May Britt Brofoss at 2.30 PM.

LJUBLJANA - The Ljubljana city council is to hold a session at 3.30 PM, discussing a bill on the Slovenian capital and deciding whether to give a go-ahead to the construction of an Islamic religious and cultural centre.

LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian Centre for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes (CMEPIUS) is to present European language certificates at 11 AM. The ceremony is to see addresses by Education Minister Slavko Gaber and EU Ambassador to Slovenia Erwan Fouere.

LJUBLJANA - The Labour Ministry's council dealing with violence against women is to present an analysis about violence suffered by women at 10 AM.

LJUBLJANA - The European Club - a joint project of Bank Austria Creditanstalt and the Kranj-based Enterprise Institute - is to hold a panel debate on the visions of globalisation and the future of the world trade system.

LJUBLJANA - An assembly of the Young European Federalists is to start at 7 PM and is also to be attended by European Ambassador to Slovenia Erwan Fouere.

LJUBLJANA - A Greek week will kick off at the Ljubljana Municipal Museum as part of an exhibition "Ljubljana in the Eyes of Europe". The event will feature an exhibition of works by painter and sculptor Dimitris Vathis and photographer Dimitros Tampouris, and a concert of Greek songs.

LJUBLJANA - Branko Djuric is to receive a Golden Roll award for his film Kajmak and marmelada (Cheese and Jam), which was seen by over 51,000 Slovenian moviegoers.

KRANJ - The Slovenian Swimming Association is to give a press conference at noon before leaving for the European Championships.

LJUBLJANA - The basketball club Union Olimpija is to give a press conference at 12.30 PM ahead of the next Euroleague match.

LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)

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