The National Assembly will meet for its regular five-day plenary session, which opens with MP questions to the prime minister and cabinet members; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, noon.
Turkmenistan Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov will pay an official visit to Slovenia, on which occasion the Slovenia-Turkmenistan intergovernmental economic cooperation commission will meet for its maiden session at 11:40 AM at the Government Palace in Gregorčičeva 27.
The parliamentary Finance and Monetary Policy Committee will meet for a session to debate a petition in favour of privatisation which has recently been launched by several economists and NGOs; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 8 AM.
Finance Minister Dušan Mramor will take part in a session of eurozone ministers which will be dedicated to the situation in Greece a day after elections there.
Agriculture Minister Dejan Židan will take part in a session of EU agriculture ministers dedicated to the market situation due to the Russian embargo on European agricultural products. He is to speak to the press at 2:30 PM.
The STA English Service will run a feature about the Second World War on Slovenian soil; 7 AM.
The executive committee of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi) will meet to debate the party's support for the government bill on the implementation of the fiscal rule; NSi HQ, Cankarjeva 11, 4 PM.
The national Statistics Office will release business sentiment figures for January. In December the indicator was up 12 percentage points from December 2013 and three points above the long-term average, while remaining flat compared with the November figure.
The National Assembly's delegation at the CoE Parliamentary Assembly will take part in the session of the assembly which will focus on the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, the protection of media freedom in Europe and the humanitarian situation in Ukraine; until 30 January.
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Deputy Speaker Primož Hainz will attend an international forum on the Holocaust which will be organised by the European Jewish Congress to mark 70 years since the liberation of concentration camp Auschwitz; until 27 January.
The National Museum of Contemporary History will launch an exhibition on concentration camps on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day; museum HQ, Celovška 23, 6 PM.
An exhibition on the Holocaust will be launched and a talk about Holocaust victims from the city of Maribor by Boris Hajdinjak held to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day; Murska Sobota Regional Museum, Trubarjev drevored 4, 6 PM.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova will present exhibitions it will host at its premises; museum HQ, Maistrova 3, 11 AM.
Speaker Milan Brglez will open a charity art exhibition the proceeds from which will go for aid to foreigners in Slovenia; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 9:30 AM.