PM Alenka Bratušek will meet French President Francois Hollande (3 PM) and attend an investment conference (8:30 AM) as she wraps up her official visit to France. Bratušek and Hollande will speak to the press at 4 PM.
Interior Minister Gregor Virant will attend a session of the Council of Europe committee in charge of oversight over Slovenia's implementation of a European Court of Human Rights ruling on the erased to brief them on the progress.
Conclusions of the recent FDI Summit will be presented to the public alongside guidelines for Slovenia's economic policy in 2014; Faculty of Economics, Kardeljeva ploščad 17, 5 PM.
Results of the first stage of recapitalisation of home appliance maker Gorenje, which started on 20 November, are expected to be released. The company was seeking to raise EUR 10.4m from existing shareholders. The second stage begins later this week.
The police force and the Court of Audit will sign a cooperation agreement; the deal will be signed by Police Commissioner Stanislav Veniger and court president Tomaž Vesel; Interior Ministry, Litostrojska 54, 11 AM.
The parliamentary Interior Affairs, Public Administration and Local Government Committee and the Finance and Monetary Policy Committee will debate the development of local government in the wake of a proposal by the interior minister to halve the number of municipalities; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 5 PM.
Head of the Civil Protection and Disaster Relief Administration Darko But will take part in a session of the Slovenia-Hungary commission for protection against disasters.