Finance Minister Uroš Čufer will attend a meeting of eurozone finance ministers dedicated to aid programmes for Greece, Cyprus and Portugal, and direct bank recapitalisation from the Euro Stability Mechanism.
Justice Minister Senko Pličanič will speak about achievements of his ministry during the government's first year in office; Government Palace, Gregorčičeva 20, noon.
Businessmen Sandi Češko, Ivo Boscarol and Franjo Bobinac will take part in a panel on ways to succeed in business organised by the Network of Ideas NGO; Ljubljana Castle, 4:30 PM.
Miners of the Trbovlje-Hrastnik coal mine will start an open-ended strike after their demands were not met following a token strike on 3 March; 6 AM.
Economy Minister Metod Dragonja will visit Maribor to meet with city officials and business representatives on the implementation of EUR 66m in state aid pledged to Slovenia's second-largest city last year.
Results of a telephone survey about elections to the European Parliament will be presented at a news conference; pollster Ninamedia, Parmova ulica 41, noon.
MEP Lojze Peterle (EPP/NSi) will organise a conference to mark 25 years since the establishment of the Slovenian Christian Democrats (SKD), the predecessor of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi); arts centre Cankarjev dom, Prešernova 10, 9:45 AM.
The third Patria-related trial in Slovenia will resume, with painter Jure Cekuta and retired Brigadier General Peter Zupan on trial for stealing classified information; Ljubljana District Court, Tavčarjeva 9, 8:50 AM.