PM Alenka Bratušek will meet Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Minister Samo Omerzel to debate his future in the government following public pressure regarding his company's cooperation with the state-owned motorway company DARS; expectedly at 3 PM.
Defence Minister Roman Jakič will begin a two-day official visit to Serbia to debate with his counterpart Nebojša Rodić bilateral cooperation, Serbia's bid to join the EU as well as the security situation in the Western Balkans. Jakič will also meet PM Ivica Dačić.
The National Bureau of Investigation and the Special Group of Prosecutors will present results of an investigation into white-collar crime at Slovenian banks; Interior Ministry, Litostrojska 54, 12:30 PM. Interior Minister Gregor Virant will comment on the matter at 11:30 AM.
PM Alenka Bratušek will meet the Pensioners' Party (DeSUS) over their grievances about the Slovenia Sovereign Holding bill. The motion will be presented by Finance Minister Uroš Čufer at a press conference; Finance Ministry, Župančičeva 3, 10:30 AM.
President Borut Pahor will meet President of the Italian region Friuli-Venezia Giulia Debora Serracchiani and take part in a session of the European Association for Territorial Cooperation as part of a visit supporting cross-border cooperation; statement for press expected at 12:15 PM.
The Government Council for Slovenians Abroad will debate activities of Slovenian organisations abroad, to be attended by Minister for Slovenians Abroad Tina Komel; Government Palace, Gregorčičeva 27, 10 AM.
Marking 60 years of the first ascent of Mount Everest, the Consulate General of Nepal in Slovenia will give out special awards to the Slovenian mountaineers who have climbed the world's highest mountain from Nepal; Ethnographic Museum, Metelkova 2, 1 PM.