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Ljubljana to host over 200 of the most influential people from all over the world

The Trilateral Commission's Europe group will be held in Ljubljana from 16 to 18 November

On the third weekend in November, Ljubljana will host the annual meeting of the Trilateral Commission's Europe group. Ever since its establishment in 1973, the Trilateral Commission has provided a platform for open dialogue to global political, business and civil society leaders.

Its members (there are currently 390) meet once a year to exchange views and discuss the most topical challenges facing our society. At the reception at the Presidential Palace, the guests will be received by the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, and addressed by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Marjan Šarec.  The meeting will be hosted by Jean-Clause Trichet, European Chair of the Trilateral Commission, and more than 200 members and guests are expected in Ljubljana.

The central topic of this year's meeting will be the economic future of Europe in the light of the tenth anniversary of the collapse of the global financial company Lehman Brothers, which caused one of the worst economic crises in the last 100 years. The meeting will be attended by a former President of the European Commission, a former President of the European Council, three former heads of state, six former prime ministers, and many prominent thinkers and businessmen from around the world. At the reception at the Presidential Palace, the guests will be received by the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, and addressed by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Marjan Šarec.

An opportunity to discuss current topics

"We have prepared a truly exceptional three-day programme that will be an excellent basis for a high-quality and open discussion among members," said Jean-Claude Trichet, the European Chair of the Trilateral Commission. "We will talk about the key issues for the future of Europe, from the migrant crisis to cross-border cooperation, which has stalled due to the fear of potential global trade wars. As always, we expect an animated and constructive debate that will provide high-quality insight into what is happening to the world and will offer a basis for steering the economic and social policies of the future to the benefit of all," he added.

"We are very pleased and honoured that this year's meeting is taking place in Slovenia," said Franjo Bobinac, the representative of the host country, a member of Trilateral Commission from Slovenia and the president of the management board of Gorenje. "This meeting is an extraordinary opportunity for Slovenia to strengthen its role as the leading country in the region and an important actor in the global economy. This will be an excellent event not only for the 200 extraordinary individuals, members of the Trilateral Commission, who attend the meeting, but also for our guests, who will be able to access some of the most influential and best-informed individuals in the world," Mr Bobinac added.

Slovenia has been a member of the Trilateral Commission for over 20 years

Slovenia has been a member of the Trilateral Commission since 1998, when Marko Voljč, then the president of the board of NLB, the biggest Slovenian bank, was appointed as the country's representative. Mr Voljč remained a Trilateral Commission member until 2017, when the Trilateral Commission presidency chose as his successor Franjo Bobinac, who also became a member of the Commission’s executive committee. In 2014, Slovenia reached another milestone when Žiga Vavpotič, now the president of the management board of Outfit7, became a member of the first European group in the framework of the David Rockefeller scholarship programme within the Trilateral Commission. Three years later, he was joined by another member from Slovenia, Mark Boris Adrijančič from Uber. Thus Slovenia became one of the best represented and most active Trilateral Commission countries per capita. The organisation of the annual meeting in Slovenia thus represents the next step in the positioning of the country in this globally important organisation.