Slovenia's commissioner-designate Violeta Bulc, a candidate for the transport portfolio, will be heard by the European Parliament's transport and tourism committee; 7 PM.
The National Council will organise a conference of reviving the Slovenian construction sector, featuring head of the directorate for entrepreneurship, competition and technology at the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology Sabina Koleša; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 10 AM.
Economist Jože P. Damijan will speak about reviving Slovenia's growth at an event organised by the Istrian Business Club; Banka Koper HQ, Pristaniška 14, 5 PM.
The Slovenian-Belarus commission will be in session on which occasion a group of Belarus business executives will visit Slovenia. The session will be addressed by head of the Foreign Ministry directorate for economic diplomacy Stanislav Raščan; Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), Dimičeva 13, 10 AM.
A ceremony will be held as the 30th contingent of the Slovenian Armed Forces leaves for Kosovo for the Kfor mission; General Maister Barracks, Ramovševa 2, 12:30 PM.
The Slovenian Consumers' Association (ZPS) will present results of its first Dutch auction to secure the cheapest electricity and gas prices for Slovenian consumers which ran under the slogan of "Change and Save"; ZPS HQ, Frankopanska 5, 11 AM.
The Ljubljana city council will meet for its first session after the 5 October local election. Mayor Zoran Janković, who was re-elected two weeks ago, has 21 seats in the 45-strong city council; Town Hall, Mestni trg 1, 3:30 PM.
The Koroško Regional Museum will launch an exhibition to mark 430 years since the first Slovenian translation of the Bible. A ten-year undertaking, the translation of the entire Bible was made by Jurij Dalmatin in 1584; Glavni trg 24, 5 PM.