Ambassador Leonzi is talking about President Andrej Kiska's visit to France, economic ties between France and Slovakia, and security measures adopted after the terrorist attacks.
Findings of Ombudswoman Jana Dubovcová reveal several flaws in resocialisation facilities.
The state will become the only IC train operator on the Bratislava-Košice route, despite predicted losses.
Slovakia’s first-ever EU presidency took place in unprecedented and turbulent times. Slovakia managed well, although some programme points remain unfulfilled.
The amendment may not fulfil the expectations of its authors.
Free-of-charge aid to NGOs is on the rise, but lack of time cited as the main obstacle.
Minister is critical of next year’s budget, medical workers say it comes too late.
The verdict still allows heat producers to decide whether people are able to leave the distribution network.
Foundation points to high prices of several procured items, but politicians see political motivation.
People currently receive the devices free of charge, but this may change in the future.
The ranking does not reflect the overall quality, but only compares medical facilities in Slovakia.
But more lanes may not solve traffic problems.
The changes may make trade licences more popular, but there are still many obstacles.
Police called in over past accounting; VšZP says patient care not in danger.
An equal ratio for general practitioners and specialists can help improve the health-care system.
Despite big expectations for national politics, a victory by either of the candidates should not greatly impact the life of expats abroad.
The measure will impact rather Slovak firms.