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PM Miro Cerar will take part in a two-day EU summit which will be dedicated to the EUR 315bn investment plan in the next three years. Before the summit, Cerar will hold a bilateral meeting with the new President of the European Council Donald Tusk at 11 AM.
Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec will pay a working visit to Germany to meet his counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The pair will debate the situation in the Western Balkans and Ukraine.
The National Assembly will continue its plenary with a debate on the opposition SDS-sponsored bill on the fiscal rule and on changes to the employment relationships act; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 10 AM.
Social partners will continue talks on a new social deal for 2015-2016. This week they are opening a debate on the labour market and issues related to public finances.
The first session of a new line-up of the Council of the Slovenian Roma Community, a Roma umbrella organisation, will be held, also featuring the election of the council's president; Government Palace, Gregorčičeva 20, 11 AM.
The Constitutional Court will hold a ceremony to mark Constitution Day, which is observed on 23 December. President of the European Court of Human Rights Dean Spielmann will deliver the keynote; court HQ, Beethovnova ulica 10, 2 PM.
Minister for Slovenians Abroad Gorazd Žmavc will pay a visit to the Slovenian minority in the area around the border town of Gorizia.
Consultancy Deloitte Slovenija will hold a news conference to present results of its tax survey for 2014; company HQ, Dunajska 165, 9:30 AM.
The National Forest Service will hold a news conference to present reforestation efforts after almost half of the country's forests were severely damaged in the February ice-storm; service HQ, Večna pot 2, 11 AM.
A movement promoting public healthcare will address a letter to the prime minister, health minister and boss of the public health purse to protest against a novelty under which a private physician can refer a patient to a specialist in the public healthcare system; Pergam Trade Union HQ, Trg OF 14, 1 PM.
Slovenian reporter and Associated Press correspondent Barbara Šurk will give a talk about the Arab Spring at an event organised by the Slovenian Association for International Relations; office building TR3, Trg republike 3, 5 PM.
Val 202, Radio Slovenija's most popular radio station, will declare its Person of the Year; arts centre Kino Šiška, Trg prekomorskih brigad 3, 6 PM.
Azerbaijani Ambassador Galib Israfilov will host a reception for members of WWII veterans from Slovenia, Azerbaijan, Italy and Croatia after the veterans gather for a meeting in the morning and lay wreaths at several monuments; Perla Hotel, Kidričeva ulica 7, 2 PM.
New media artist Nataša Prosenc Stearns will have her exhibition termed White Gold, featuring a video installation focusing on sugar, opened at gallery Kresija; until 15 January.
A humanitarian campaign for children from the flood-stricken areas of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia will be presented to the press. The campaign will be held under the auspices of the Foreign Ministry; Tolmin Museum, Mestni trg 4, 2:30 PM.
Slovenian scouts will bring the Peace of Light from Bethlehem, which is on a charity tour of Slovenia, to President Borut Pahor; Presidential Palace, Erjavčeva 17, 11 AM.
Slovenia will host biathlon World Cup races, starting off with a 7.5-km sprint race for women at 2:25 PM. Until Sunday, 135 men and 125 women from 34 countries will be competing in several events, with Slovenia Teja Gregorin and Jakov Fak among the favourites.