The National Electoral Commission is expected to release the official result of the 13 July early general election, which was won by the Party of Miro Cerar. The final outcome will show whether the People's Party (SLS) has indeed been squeezed out of parliament.
Outgoing Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec will take part in a session of EU foreign ministers which is expected to focus on the situation in Ukraine in the wake of a Malaysian passenger jet crash.
President Borut Pahor will begin a two-day official visit to Turkmenistan. Pahor, who will be accompanied by the economy minister and representatives of six companies, will meet his counterpart Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
The Slovenia Russia Association will hold a news conference to present a series of events in memory of the WWI Russian PWOs who died while building a road across the Vršič mountain pass. The events will be held between 25 and 27 July; the Russian Embassy, Tomšičeva 19, 11 AM.
The management of oil refinery group Nafta Lendava will present the company's strategic plans to secure stable operations; Nafta Petrochem HQ, Trimlini 1A, 11 AM.
Changes to the act on archives will enter into force after they were unsuccessfully challenged in a referendum.