Slovenia becomes a member of the International Monetary Fund.
Janez Drnovšek forms his second government composed of Liberal Democrats of Slovenia (23,5% of the vote), Slovenian Christian Democrats (14,5% of the vote), United list of Social Democrats (13,6% of the vote) and Social Democratic Party of Slovenia (3,3% of the vote). The latest withdraws from the government in 1994 and United list of Social Democrats withdraws in 1996. (the government term ends on 27 February 1997)
Slovenia becomes a full member of the World Bank.
The Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek and the foreign minister Lojze Peterle sign an Agreement on Cooperation with the representatives of the European Union.
Slovenia officially becomes the 28th full member of the Council of Europe.