The Assembly of the RS adopts the XIX amendment to the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia and invalidates all constitutional laws of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
An incident occurs between Slovenian Territorial Defence and Yugoslav Public Army representatives in the Pekre training centre. The YPA units surround the 710th TO training centre and demand surrender.
The Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopts the Basic Constitutional Charter, the Constitutional Act and the Declaration of Independence.
Solemn proclamation of Slovenia's independence and sovereignty. President of the Slovenian Presidency Milan Kučan addresses a letter to the leaders of Western countries and to the UN Secretary-General Perez de Cuellar requesting international recognition of Slovenia as an independent State.
Beginning of the Ten-Day War for Slovenian independence; the first combat occurs at Poganci, near Novo mesto.
The Brioni Agreement is adopted. Talks held on the island of Brioni between the EC Troika and representatives of Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and federal Presidency result in an agreement whereby Slovenia and Croatia agreed to suspend implementation of the declarations of independence, but not the declarations themselves. They also agree that the Slovenian Police forces take over the Slovenian borders control, that customs income remains a federal revenue, that the condition as of 25 June 1991 shall be respected, that Slovenian armed forces lift the blockade of YNA units and facilities, thus enabling unconditional return of YNA units to their Barracks, that the Slovenian territorial defence demobilizes and that all prisoners detained in connection with hostilities since June 25th 1991 shall be released in one day.
The Assembly approves the tolar as the national currency.
In the night of 25 to 26 October, the last soldier of the Yugoslav Army leaves Slovenian territory.
The Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia passes a new constitution, which becomes the first constitution of independent Slovenia.