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Timeline of Slovene history

This is a timeline of key events in the history of Slovenia and the nations
that lived and live on Slovene ethnic territory, mostly Slovenes. 1

1300s BC

 NOTE a theory about connections between the Veneti and Proto-Slovenes is
 believed to be speculative. This page won't discuss much of it, but it is
 at least worth mentioning it.

    * Circa 1300 BC - The Veneti (Venedes) ('Venetkeni', 'Venetkini',
      'Venedi', 'Vinedi', 'Vendi', (Jordanes 'Venethi'), 'Sclavi',
      'Sclavini', (Jordanes 'Sclaveni'), 'Slovonici') (Greek Venedes, Homer
      shortened the name to 'Enetoi', Jordanes wrote 'Ainetoi'
      ("Laudable")) | (also Wenets, Veneds, Venets, Wenetes) (not to be
      confused with Venetians or Venicians), the Proto-Slavs
      (Proto-Slovenes, Slo-veneti), an Aryan folk from Sorbian (Lusatian
      (Lusation), Wendish) culture along the Amber's path conquer and
      settle region between the Baltic and Adriatic Sea.

 1200s BC

    * Circa 1200 BC - The Veneti, the bearers of the Urnfield culture, come
      from the north and settle in the Alpine area of Slovenia, northern
      Italy, eastern Switzerland and Austria during the Late Bronze Age.

 1100s BC

    * Circa 1150 BC - The Veneti from Paflagonia, a region in today's
      northern Turkey on the Black Sea, continued East across Persia and
      Afghanistan after the defeat of Troy reach Punjab across the Khyber
      mountain pass (1022 m). Homer talks about the Venets, and so do
      the Greeks, using the name Henetoi. Roman historians claim their
      leader was Antenor (Antenore), originated from Troy.
    * 1100 BC - The new combined nation, known until today by the name of
      Aryans or Hindi, was able to penetrate towards East to the river
      valley of the Ganges and conquered the whole area up to the
      Himalayas. A new vast country came into existence, which still today
      carries the name Hindustran (like Heneti - Veneti). India - actually
      Vindia - was born.

 700s BC

    * Circa 750 BC - The Etruscans (Etrurians), a non-Aryan folk migrate
      into northern and central Italy from the eastern steppes.

300s BC

   * Circa 250 BC - The Celtic Tene Culture comes to the Slovene territory
     and replaces the Hallstatt Culture.

100s BC

   * 48 BC - Noricans takes the side of the Roman caesar Julius Caesar
     (circa 100 BC-44 BC) in the civil war against Pompey (106 BC-48 BC).

0s

   * 16 - Noricans having joined with the Pannonians in invading Histria,
     they are defeated by Publius Silius, proconsul of Illyricum.
   * Circa 40 - The Noricum Kingdom is ultimately incorporated to the Roman
     Empire by the Roman caesar Claudius (10 BC-54, reigned 41-54).
   * 46 - Celje gets its municipal rights under the name municipium Claudia
     Celeia.

100s

   * Not later than 103 - Roman caesar Trajan (53-117, reigned 98-117) moves
     the legion XIII. Gemina to the north border in Karnunt (Carnuntum)
     (today Deutsch Altenburg in Lower Austria) in Pannonia along the Danube
     River.

200s

   * Circa 290 - Noricum is divided under Roman Emperor Diocletian (245-313,
     reigned 284-305) into Noricum ripense (along the Danube) and
     mediterranean (the southern mountainous district).

300s

   * Circa 320 - Celeia is incorporated with Aquileia (Oglej) under Roman
     Emperor Constantine I. (272-337, reigned 307-337).

400s

   * Circa 400 - St. Jerome translates Slovene writings to Latin.

500s

   * Circa 500/550 to 570/592 - The ancestors of Slovenes settle in eastern
     Alps (Julian Alps, Karavanke), occupying an area more than twice the
     size of today's Slovenia.
   * Circa 551 - An Ostrogothic historian Jordanes writes in The origin and
     deeds of the Goths 3 about 3 nations 'Veneti' ('Venethi'), 'Sklavens'
     ('Sclaveni', 'Slevene' ?) and probably the east (or south Slavs), the
     bravest nation among them called Antes (Greek Antae, Ukrainian Anty,
     Slovene Anti). All his three terms might also be just synonyms for one
     nation. Jordanes actually states that Venethi are divided into three
     groups: Venets, Ants and Sklavens.
   * 568 - The Langobards from the margin of Pannonia break and move into
     Italy. The independent Slovene state appears in the Eastern Alpine area
     (provincia Sclaborum), latter named in sources as Sclauinia or
     Karantania.
   * 595 - The first mentioning of a Karantania state in muniments. One of
     them is in History of Langobards of Lombard chronicler Paul Diacon
     (Other sources 620s).

600s

   * 612 - John Babbiensis in the biography of St. Columbus specifically
     names Slovenes as Veneti.
   * 623 - The formation of the Karantanian king Samo's state.
   * 626 - Uprising of the 'west' Slavs led by Samo against Avars.
   * 631 - The Battle of Wogastisburg (probably Forchheim) between Samo's
     army and Austrasian forces, led by Merovingian king Dagobert I of the
     Franks (603-639, reigned 629-639).
   * 658 - Samo's death. The tribal union collapses but a smaller Karantania
     persists.

700s

   * 745 - Karantania loses its independence and becomes a margraviate and
     tantamount part of the semifeudal Frankish empire later under the rule
     of king Charlemagne (742-814, reigned 771-814) due to pressing danger
     of Avar tribes from the east.

800s

   * 803 - Christian Church divides Slovene territory along the Drava river
     between the Salzburg archdiocese and the Patriarchate of Aquileia.
   * 843 - Karantania passes into the hands of Louis the German (804-876) .
   * 871 - The earliest written record of the ancient Karantanian ritual of
     installing dukes "Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum", where is
     written: ... illi eum ducem fecerunt... (they were made dukes).
   * 876 - The principality of Prince Kocelj (Principality of Balaton), the
     last Slavic state formation in the region, loses its independence.
   * 887 - Arnulf of Carinthia (850-899) a grandson of Louis the German
     assumes his title of King of the East Franks and becomes the first Duke
     of Carinthia.
   * 894/895 - Great Moravia probably loses a part of its territory -
     present-day Western Hungary- to Arnulf of Carinthia, who failed to
     conquer Great Moravia in 892, 893, 894/895 and 899
   * 895 - Accord between Arnulf of Carinthia and the Bohemian Duke Borivoj
     (reigned 870-895), Bohemia is freed from the danger of invasion.
   * 896 - The Magyars from Asia, led by Arpad, settle in the region around
     the Tisza River (Hungary)
   * 899 December 8 - Arnulf of Carinthia dies.

900s

   * Circa 906 - Invading Magyars destroy the weakened empire of Moravia.
   * 907 - Slovene territory is settled by the Magyars.
   * 952-1180 - The Great Karantania.
   * 955 - German king Otto I (912-973, reigned 936-973) at the Battle of
     Lechfeld near Augsburg defeats the Magyars, halting their advance in
     central Europe, Austrian March is established.
   * 976 - Karantania becomes a duchy in its own right, including Styria and
     the present East Tirol provinces.

1000s

   * 1000 - Carinthia, Styria and Carniola provinces emerging on a territory
     of Karantania.
   * 1122-1137 - The first mention of Celje in the early Middle Ages under
     the name of Cylie in Admont's Chronicle,
   * Circa 1142 - Herman of Carinthia (circa 1100-circa 1160) in Len among
     other begins to translate the Qur'an into Latin.
   * 1144 - The first records mentions Ljubljana by its modern name (by its
     German name Laibach).
   * 1146 - Ljubljana is mentioned by the name Luwigana.
   * 1168 - The temple of Svetovid (Svantevit, Sventovit or perhaps even
     Vsetovid, probably the same as Strabo's Diomed, Venethic Belin) in
     Arcona on the island of Rgen (Rujana) in the Baltic Sea is destroyed
     by the Danish king Valdemar the Great (1131-1182, reigned 1157-1182).

1200s

   * 1220 - Ljubljana receives its town rights.
   * 1269 - The Karantanian dynasty becomes extinct.
   * 1273 October 24 - Habsburg count Rudolph I. (1218-1291) is crowned in
     Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen) as a German king.
   * 1274 - Bohemian king Ottokar II. (reigned as a king 1253-1278) a
     candidate for the German throne refuses to appear or to restore the
     provinces of Austria, Styria, Carinthia and Carniola which he had
     seized. The way he got named provinces they believed was contentious.
   * 1278 August 26 - The battle of the river March near Drnkrut in Moravia
     between Ottokar II. and Rudolph I. allianced with a Hungarian king
     Ladislaus IV. Ottokar is defeated and killed.
   * 1282 - The rule of Habsburg dukes over most Slovene lands begins.

1300s

   * 1335 - The Duchy of Carinthia is bestowed by Louis the Bavarian on the
     dukes of Austria.

1400s

   * 1414 - The Habsburg Duke Ernest the Iron thrones according to the
     ancient Karantanian ritual of installing dukes on the Duke's Stone and
     he addresses again as an archduke.
   * 1451 April 11 - Celje acquires town rights by orders from Celje count
     Frederic II (Friderik II).
   * 1461 - Ljubljana becomes the seat of the diocese.
   * 1473 - The city walls and defensive moat are build in Celje.

1500s

   * 1511 - Ljubljana is devastated by earthquake.
   * 1550 - The first book in Slovene is printed. Primo? Trubar's primer
     entitled Abecedarium and a catechism.
   * 1584 - The Bible is translated into Slovene by Jurij Dalmatin.

1600s

   * 1693 - A scholarly society Academia operosorum Labacensis is
     established in Ljubljana.

1700s

   * 1701 - The Philharmonic Society (Academia philharmonicorum) is
     established in Ljubljana.

1800s

   * 1809 - The Lower Carinthia incorporates to France as Dutchy of
     Carinthia was devided into two parts, Upper or Western Carinthia and
     Lower or Eastern.

1810s

   * 1813 - The Lower Carinthia is reconqured.

1830s

   * 1838 - First works, tracings on Slovene territory of a railway route
     Vienna - Trieste in a so called "South railway" (Ju?na ?eleznica)
     begin.

1840s

   * 1845 - First works on the "South railway" between Celje and Ljubljana
     begin,
   * 1846 April 27- First locomotive of the "South railway" comes to Celje.
   * 1846 May 18 - Trial run of the first train on the "South railway" to
     Celje is performed.
   * 1846 June 2 - The "South railway" to Celje is open for public.
   * 1848 - The United Slovenia (Zedinjena Slovenija), the first Slovene
     political programme rises.
   * 1848 April 18 - The Ljubljana railway station is finished.
   * 1849 August 18 - First locomotive arrives to the Ljubljana railway
     station.
   * 1849 September 16- First train of the "South railway" comes to
     Ljubljana.
   * 1849 September 19 - "South railway" to Ljubljana is ceremoniously
     opened.
   * 1849 - The Duchy of Carinthia is created as a separate crownland.

1850s

   * 1850 May 14 - Emperor Francis Joseph lays a foundation stone of the
     Trieste railway station.
   * 1851 - Society of St. Hermagoras (Mohorjeva dru?ba) first Slovene
     publisher is established in Klagenfurt (Celovec), which publishes books
     in Slovene.
   * 1857 July 18 - The "Carinthian railway" between Maribor and Klagenfurt
     is being bult.
   * 1857 July 27 - The "South railway" is finished and opened.

1860s

   * 1862 November 12 - The railway line of the "Carintnhian railway" on the
     route Maribor - Vuzenica is built.
   * 1863 - May 31 - The "Carinthian railway" is built
   * 1864 - The Kozler brothers establish the Pivovarna Union (The Union
     Brewery).
   * 1869 May 17 - Rally at Vi?marje near Ljubljana gathers around 30.000
     people where programme of the United Slovenia is demanded.

1880s

   * 1889 July - Strike of coal miners of the Zasavje distrincts in Zagorje
     and Trbovlje.

1890s

   * 1890 May 1 - The Labour Day is celebrated first time.
   * 1890 - The railway line on the route Radgona - Ljutomer is built.
   * 1891 - The railway line on the route Ljubljana - Kamnik is built.
   * 1891 - The railway line on the route Celje - Velenje is built.
   * 1894 - First public power station in ?kofja Loka is built.
   * 1894 - The railway line on the route Ljubljana - Novo Mesto is built.
   * 1895 - People's loan bank (Ljudska posojilnica) is founded by catholic
     middle class.
   * 1895 - Ljubljana is devastated by earthquake.
   * 1896 - The National hall (Narodni dom) is built in Celje.
   * 1898 - The railway line on the route Ljubljana - Ko?evje is built.
   * 1899 - The railway line on the route Velenje - Dravograd is built.

1900s

   * 1900 - Liberal middle class founds the first Slovene bank, The Credit
     bank of Ljubljana (Ljubljanska kreditna banka).
   * 1902 - First telephone is mounted in Celje.
   * 1907 - Electricity is used in a lead mine in Me?ica.
   * 1907 - The Celje hall (Celjski dom) is built in Celje.
   * 1908 - The "Karavanke railway" is built.

1910s

   * 1912 - The Preporod (Rebirth), a juvenile movement is established. Many
     members have political connections with the pro-Serb organization the
     Young Bosnia (Mlada Bosna).
   * 1912-1915 - A hydroelectric station in Zavr?nica (2500 kW) is being
     built.
   * 1913 April 12 - Ivan Cankar in Ljubljana gives a speech Slovenes and
     Yugoslavs for the socialist society Vzajemnost (Mutuality) about
     Slovenes to unite politicaly but not culturaly with other South Slavs
     and Yugoslavism.
   * 1913 - Celje is electrified. Westen's dishes factory uses electricity
     in industry.
   * 1914 - The railway on the route Novo Mesto - Karlovac begins to run.
   * 1914 June 28 - Austrian Archduke Franc Ferdinand a heir to the Austrian
     throne and his wife Countess Sophie are killed in Sarajevo, Bosnia at
     the hands of a pro-Serb nationalist assassin (a Bosnian Serb student
     Gavrilo Princip, a member of the Young Bosnia) -- World War I begins.
   * 1915-1918 - The So?a River front. In 11 So?a offensives Italians
     captured just Gorizia (Gorica) and a few frontier sites. On these
     battlefields many Slovenes in Austro-Hungarian army died (for example
     at Doberdob).
   * 1917 May 30 - May Declaration of Slovene, Croatian and Serb
     representatives in the Vienna parliament signed by Anton Koro?ec about
     arrangement of a unified common state of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs
     living within the Habsburg monarchy.
   * 1917 July 20 - The Corfu declaration is signed between the Yugoslav
     committee (Jugoslovanski odbor) and the Serb government and becomes the
     basis for the formation of Yugoslav state.
   * 1917 October 24 - November 9 - The Battle of Kobarid between Austrian
     forces, reinforced by German units and the Italian army. Italian army
     withdraws to the river Piave and only the military assistance of
     Britishers and Frenchmen saves them from a total break.
   * 1918 October 6 - National Council of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs is
     established in Zagreb. It becomes the political representative body of
     South Slavs in Austria-Hungary.
   * 1918 October 29 - National Council of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs
     breaks off all relations with Austria-Hungary and proclaims a
     short-lived State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs. Slovenia joins a new
     state with an independent State authority. The state is not recognized
     internationally.
   * 1918 November 1 - General Rudolf Maister takes over the authority of
     the Maribor garrison.
   * 1918 November 3 - Austria-Hungary surrenders.
   * 1918 November 18 - Germany surrenders. World War I ends.
   * 1918 December 1 - The State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs joins with
     the Kingdom of Serbia and the Kingdom of Montenegro to the Kingdom of
     Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (SHS). Today it is believed that this was a
     great historical fault although at that time this was probably the only
     sensible decision because Italy according to the London Pact with
     victorius entente forces from 1915 without bias occupied Primorska,
     Istria (Istra) and Zadar in Dalmatia and Serbia was forcing for
     unification.
   * 1918 - Nitrogen factory (Tovarna du?ika) in Ru?e is built.
   * 1918 - A hydroelectric station Fala on the Drave river (31.150 kW) is
     built.
   * 1919 January 18 - The Paris Peace Conference begins. Woodrow Wilson
     gives his "14 Points" address. The 9th and the 10th are crucial for
     Slovenes within former Austro-Hungarian borders.
   * 1919 June 28 - The Treaty of Versailles is signed between Germany and
     victorious three Entente powers.
   * 1919 September 10 - The Treaty of Saint-Germain with republic of
     Austria. It confirms the break of Austria-Hungary. Its territory comes
     down to newly formed countries Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia,
     Poland, Romania, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. South
     Tirol with mainly German population falls to Italy.
   * 1919 - The University of Ljubljana (Univerza v Ljubljani) is
     established.

1920s

   * 1920 June 4 - The Treaty of Trianon with Hungary. Gradi??ansko falls to
     Austria and Transmuraland (Prekmurje) to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats
     and Slovenes.
   * 1920 July 13 - Croatian National hall in Pula and Slovene national hall
     in Trieste are burried by Italian fascists.
   * 1920 August 14 - A safety agreement is signed between Czechoslovakia
     and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
   * 1920 October 20 - The outwitted Carinthian Plebiscite, where Slovenia
     loses a larger part of Carinthia province.
   * 1920 November 12 - The Treaty of Rapallo between Italy and the Kingdom
     of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, where Slovenia again loses almost the
     whole province of Primorska, which is incorporated back again to the
     homeland after the 2nd World War. Italy also gets the whole Istria
     together with the Trieste region (Tr?a?ko).
   * 1920 - The "Kulturbund" - a cultural and educational organization of
     German national minority is established. Later becomes the nazi
     organization, which operates in Yugoslavia as a fifth column.
   * 1921 June 28 - St. Vitus Day Constitution (Vidovdanska ustava) is
     adopted. It legalizes a monarchal regulation and centralism in a new
     state and also the supremacy of the court and the Serb politics linked
     with it.
   * 1921 July - An allied treaty for insurance of a situation in East
     Europe, attained in the Paris Peace Conference, is made by Romania and
     the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. This alliance supplements
     the safety agreement between Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of Serbs,
     Croats and Slovenes and gets the name "Small entente".
   * 1922 - Julian March (Julijska krajina) is incorporated to Italy.
   * 1923 March - Prefect of Julian March interdicts Slovene and Croatian
     language at the administration.
   * 1925 October 15 - Italian king issues a decree, which interdicts
     Slovene and Croatian language also at courts of justice.
   * 1927 - Founding of the TIGR at Gori?ko, Slovene anti-fascist
     organisation, first such European organization and a secret youth
     organization Borba (The fight) at the Trieste region.
   * 1929 January 6 - The king Alexander I. with a coup d'tat dissolves the
     parliament and establishes the January 6th Dictatorship. He abolishes
     the St. Vitus Day constitution, the freedom of the press and the
     pooling rights.
   * 1929 October 3 - The king Alexander I. renames the Kingdom of Serbs,
     Croats and Slovenes to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. All political parties
     are prohibited.

1930s

   * 1930 - Italian fascists discover some TIGR's cells and five members of
     TIGR (other sources of Borba) are killed at Bazovica.
   * 1931 May 9 - To hide a dictatorship the king Alexander I. initiates the
     bestowal constitution, which introduces the two-chamber parliament.
   * 1933 February 16 - The "Small entente" between Romania, the Kingdom of
     Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
   * 1934 February 9 - The "Balkan entente" between Romania, the Kingdom of
     Yugoslavia, Greece and Turkey.
   * 1934 October 9- The king Alexander I. Karad?ord?evi?, reigned since
     1921, is assassinated in Marseille together with a French foreign
     minister Louis Barthou by the Croatian extremist nationalists.
   * 1935 - Prime minister becomes Milan Stojadinovi?. His government begins
     to drop a traditional leaning against France and starts to connect
     economically and politically with Germany and Italy.
   * 1937 - The National Academy of Sciences and Arts is established in
     Ljubljana.
   * 1938 March 13 - Adolf Hitler annexes Austria to the German Third Reich.
     Slovenes in Austrian Carinthia practically become German citizens.
   * 1938 - Some members of TIGR plan an attempt on Mussolini's life, when
     he visits Kobarid.
   * 1938 December - Prime minister becomes Dragi?a Cvetkovi?. He signs an
     agreement with the leader of Croatian opposition Vlatko Ma?ek about the
     foundation of Croatian banovina as the sole autonomous political and
     territorial unit in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. This agreement does not
     solve the national problem since it just distributes the authority
     among Serbs and Croats.

1940s

   * 1941 April 6 - German, Italian and Hungarian occupying forces occupy
     Slovenia and divide it into three parts. One of the darkest times of
     the Slovene history begins.
   * 1941 April 11 - German army occupies the Zasavje districts, where
     important pits, heavy industry and traffic crossroads lie.
   * 1941 April 17 - Royal Yugoslav army signs its surrender in Belgrade.
   * 1941 April 19 - A Nazi politician and SS chief leader Heinrich Himmler
     visits Celje and among other he inspects the prison of the Stari pisker
     ("Old pot").
   * 1941 April 26 - An anti-fascist organization the Liberation Front of
     Slovene nation (Osvobodilna fronta Slovenskega ljudstva) (OF) is
     established in Ljubljana. It is active on a whole Slovene ethnical
     territory, as well in Carinthia, Primorska region in the Venetian
     province and Slovene Raba region (Slovene Slovensko Porabje, Hungarian
     Szlovn-vidk or Rba-vidk).
   * 1941 May 8 - A decision about the organization of the OF in the Zasavje
     districts in Trbovlje, Zagorje and Hrastnik is adopted.
   * 1941 July - Armed resistance begins.
   * 1941 August 1 - The first Slovene partisan's unit in the Zasavje
     distrincts, the Revirje company (Revirska ?eta) is established at the
     ?em?eni?ka Alpine meadow, counting 70 fighters.
   * 1941 December 12 - A battle between German policemen and Slovene
     partisans near the village of Rovte.
   * 1943 September 16 - The supreme plenum of OF proclaims the association
     of Slovene maritime province (Slovensko primorje) to Slovenia.
   * 1945 May 5 - First postwar Slovene national government is named and
     elected by the SNOS (Slovene National Liberation Council) at the
     Bratina Hall in Ajdov??ina.
   * 1945 June 12 - Trieste stops being under the administration of Yugoslav
     army.
   * 1947 February 10 - 21 countries sign the Paris peace conference with
     Italy.
   * 1947 September 15 - Free Trieste territory (STO - Svobodno tr?a?ko
     ozemlje) is established in Ljubljana.
   * 1948 March 18 - Soviet Union calls back all its specialists from
     Yugoslavia. The Communist Party of the Soviet Union accuses the
     Communist Party of Yugoslavia that it is not democratic, that it leans
     against imperial powers, that returns back to capitalism, and that it
     diverts from Marxism. The Informbiro begins. Economic blockade and a
     threat of military intervention follow.

1950s

   * 1955 - Informbiro ends. Josip Broz Tito and Nikita Khrushchev sign the
     Belgrade declaration, which also recognizes a Yugoslav form of
     socialism.

1970s

   * 1978 - The "South railway" is electrified.

1990s

   * 1990 December 12 - The national referendum where 88.2 % of electorate
     utter for the independent and sovereign republic of Slovenia.
   * 1991 June 25 - Slovenia declares its independence from SFR Yugoslavia
     (SFRJ).
   * 1991 June 27 - Slovenia removes Yugoslav border signs and marks its
     own. Yugoslav national army (JNA) sends 2,000 soldiers from the baracks
     across Slovenia to occupy the border and the Ten Day war begins.
   * 1991 June 27-July 6 - Ten Day war. JNA takes over border posts, but
     most of the JNA soldiers are blocked in baracks, where they are denied
     water and electricity.
   * 1991 July 6 - Ten Day war ends. JNA is set to leave Slovenia in 3
     months. Less than 100 people died in the clashes, mostly JNA soldiers
     (57), but important precedent is set for the wars in the rest of SFR
     Yugoslavia
   * 1991 October 25 - Last troops of JNA leave Slovenia.
   * 1991 December 23 - Independent Slovenia gets a new, democratic
     constitution.
   * 1992 January 15 - All members of the European Union (EU) recognize
     Slovenia as a state.
   * 1992 April 7 - The United States recognize Slovenia as a state.
   * 1992 May 22 - Slovenia becomes a member of the United Nations.
   * 1992 December 6 - 1st presidental elections. Milan Ku?an becomes the
     president for the period 1992-1997 with 795012 votes (63,93 %) from 8
     candidates.
   * 1993 May 14 - Slovenia is accepted to the Council of Europe.
   * 1997 November 23 - 2nd presidental elections. Milan Ku?an again becomes
     the president for the period 1997-2002 with 595,877 votes (55.57%) from
     8 candidates.
   * 1998 January 1 - Slovenia becomes a non-permanent member of UN Security
     Council.

2000s

   * 2002 October 6 - The European Commission of the EU has announced that
     Slovenia, among ten countries: Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia,
     Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland and Slovakia, has met its
     criteria for entry, opening the way for EU's expansion from 15 member
     states to 25.
   * 2002 November 10 - 3rd presidental elections for the period 2002-2007.
     There are 9 candidates.
   * 2002 December 1 - 2nd round of the 3rd presidental elections. Janez
     Drnov?ek becomes the 2nd president for the period 2003-2008 from the
     victory over another candidate Barbara Brezigar.
   * 2003 March 23 - referendums for joining Slovenia to the EU and NATO.
     Both are positive.

   * 2004 May 1 - Expected date for the Slovenia's entrance to [Eunion.png]
     the EU.
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