Quote of the week

“... I’m tired of living in a world where people can’t be trusted, where we behave like dogs toward each other and where meanness and deceitfulness dominate.” Sieť leader Radoslav Procházka explains why he has no problem speaking with OĽaNO chair Igor Matovič in a normal way, despite Matovič accusing him of murky financing of his presidential campaign.

“... I’m tired of living in a world where people can’t be trusted, where we behave like dogs toward each other and where meanness and deceitfulness dominate.”

Sieť leader Radoslav Procházka explains why he has no problem speaking with OĽaNO chair Igor Matovič in a normal way, despite Matovič accusing him of murky financing of his presidential campaign.

Top stories

A long wait is in store for foreigners seeking residence permits.

Interior Ministry still approaches foreigners in Slovak

IN ORDER to avoid endless waiting lines in Bratislava’s Office of the Border and Alien Police, the police called on foreign students to prolong their stay. However, foreigners not speaking Slovak may have difficulty…

The AeroMobil 3.0

Government okayed support for flying car development

BRATISLAVA-based company AeroMobil R&D, which is engaged in the development of a flying car, will be granted investment assistance of nearly €6 million from state coffers towards research and development activities,…

 Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum

Slovak art dabbles in diversity

ADMIRERS of Andy Warhol might have already marked Slovakia on their map since the king of pop art was of Ruthenian origin and his mother Júlia Warholová was born in the village of Miková, eight kilometres from…

Starting early with English.

What makes a language teacher good

One need not be American or British to teach English well. Non-native English teachers bring other kinds of classroom benefits that are sometimes overlooked.