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Schedule of Events for Thursday, 15 July

Ljubljana, 14 July - Below is a schedule of events for Thursday, 15 July:

LJUBLJANA - The parliament is expected to wrap up the last session in this term by ratifying 18 international conventions, agreements and protocols. The session starts at 10 AM. (STA)

SALZBURG, Austria - Interior Minister Rado Bohinc is scheduled to take part in a traditional forum attended by interior ministers from Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland.

VIENNA, Austria - Agriculture Minister Milan Pogacnik is to visit Austria for a one-day working visit at the invitation of his Austrian counterpart Josef Proell.

LJUBLJANA - The government will convene for a regular weekly session. The cabinet is to discuss the creation of a new banking group and adopt measures to help the earthquake-struck western Slovenia. (STA)

LJUBLJANA - The presidency of the United List (ZLSD) is to convene for a session to debate the party's preparations for the general election. ZLSD president Borut Pahor is expected to talk to the press at 6 PM.

LJUBLJANA - Health Minister Dusan Keber, president of the Medical Chamber Vladislav Pegan and head of the doctors' trade union Fides, Konrad Kustrin, are to sign an agreement which does away with irregularities in the work of doctors and dentists; at 3 PM.

LJUBLJANA - The sustainable development council, an advisory body to the government, is to meet at 1 PM to discuss the government's Strategy of Slovenia's Development.

SKOPJE, Macedonia - Maribor is to take on Sileks Kratovo in the first leg of the first qualifying round of the UEFA Cup; at 8 PM.

MARSAXLOKK, Malta - Primorje is scheduled to play Malta's Marsaxlokk in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Cup; at 8 PM.

LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)

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