Slovenia is recognised by the European Community and its Member States.
25 Slovenian sportsmen compete at the Albertville Winter Olympics under the national flag of Slovenia for the first time.
Solemn oath of allegiance of the first generation of Slovenian soldiers.
The Assembly removes the government of Alojz Peterle through a constructive vote of no confidence. As a result Janez Drnovšek becomes the prime minister of a coalition government composed of Social Democratic Party of Slovenia, Democratic Party, Greens of Slovenia, Liberal Democrats of Slovenia, United list of Social Democrats and Socialist Party of Slovenia (the government term ends on 25 January 1993).
Slovenia is accepted to the UN as its 176th member.
The rowers Iztok Čop and Denis Žvegelj attend the Summer Olympics in Barcelona and win two bronze medals (DELO); the four-member sculler team from Bled (Sadik Mujkič, Milan Janša, Sašo Mirjanič and Jani Klemenčič) also wins bronze medal at the 1992 Olympic Games.
the Bank of Slovenia issued the first banknotes of the Slovenian Tolar
The first parliamentary and presidential elections since Slovenian independence are held; Milan Kučan (64 % of the vote) is elected President of the Republic and Liberal Democrats of Slovenia won the parliamentary elections (23,5 % of the vote)