Schedule of Events from 9 to 15 August
Ljubljana, 8 August - Schedule of events in the week from 9 to 15 August:
MONDAY, 9 August
NOVO MESTO - Non-parliamentary party Slovenia Is Ours (SJN) will present its candidates for the October elections at a press conference.
TUESDAY, 10 August
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - An informal meeting with Swedish Finance Minister Bosse Ringholm will wrap up Finance Minister Dusan Mramor's working visit to Sweden.
LJUBLJANA - Europe Minister Milan M. Cvikl will meet EU's Regional Policy Commissioner Jacques Barrot.
LJUBLJANA - Ministry of Health, Ljubljana University Clinic and construction company SCT are to sign a contract on building a new pediatric hospital.
LJUBLJANA - The programme of the Ex ponto 2004 festival will be presented at a press conference. The international theatre and dance festival will be launched on Sunday.
RADOVLJICA - A concert by Musica Secreta will launch the 22nd music festival Radovljica.
WEDNESDAY, 11 August
PIRAN - The Tartini music festival 2004 will showcase its programme at a press conference, ahead of its start on Friday.
THURSDAY, 12 August
LJUBLJANA - At a press conference the society for the protection of the Alps, CIPRA-Slovenia, committee for protection of Sava Dolinka river and Mountain Wilderness Slovenia will reveal their views on some current environmental issues in the Slovenian Alps.
LJUBLJANA - International Youth Day.
FRIDAY, 13 August
IZOLA - A press conference will be held ahead of the traditional fishing festival, which will take place on 20 and 21 August.
SUNDAY, 15 August
ACROSS SLOVENIA - The Assumption, a national holiday, will be celebrated in numerous Catholic churches across Slovenia.