Schedule of Events for Thursday, 29 July
Ljubljana, 28 July - Below is a schedule of events for Thursday, 29 July:
LJUBLJANA - The government cabinet is scheduled to convene for the weekly session. The agenda includes the review of the first set of legislative proposals on the EU's budget for the 2007-2013 period, and a preliminary assessment of damage caused by the recent earthquake in western Slovenia. (STA)
ROME, Italy - Foreign Minister Ivo Vajgl is expected in Rome where he is due to meet with Italian Foreign Ministry State Undersecretary Roberto Antonione over a working dinner. On Friday, he is to hold talks with his counterpart Franco Frattini and Secretary of the Holy See for Relations with States, Archbishop Giovanni Lajolo.
GORNJA RADGONA - PM Anton Rop will be joined by Transport Minister Marko Pavliha and Environment Minister Janez Potocnik for talks with local officials of Gornja Radgona on ways of tackling the problem of soaring cargo transport through the border town. A statement for the press is scheduled for 4 PM.
LJUBLJANA - Oil company Petrol is to talk to the press at 10 AM to present the company's Q2 results and new projects. (STA)
LJUBLJANA - Chairman of Austrian branch of Siemens, Albert Hochleitner, and general manager of the Slovenian Railways Blaz Miklavcic are to sign a contract at noon on the supply of 20 engines to the national rail operator.
LJUBLJANA - A press conference of the June List, which had announced it would join forces with the non-parliamentary Active Slovenia and Sunflower, is scheduled at 11 AM. The group is to present its programme and activities.
NOVA GORICA - Gorica will play Malta's Marsaxlokk in the return leg of the first round of qualifying for the UEFA Cup at 7 PM.
MARIBOR - Maribor is to take on Macedonia's Sileks Kratovo for the return leg of the first round of qualifying for the UEFA Cup. The game starts at 8 PM.
LJUBLJANA - Press review. (STA)
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