Agricultural issues were the topic of discussion.
The upcoming All Saints’ Eve, All Souls’ Day, has prompted the city of Bratislava to commemorate and also pay tribute to all those who died on or in the Danube River.
The international conference GLOBSEC Tatra Summit taking place in Bratislava October 27 to 30 will require some road traffic limitations, especially from October 28 until the end.
The country has already sent over 300 police officers to protect the EU’s external borders over the past year.
Slovak authorities want to replace mandatory quotas flexible solidarity even during the country’s EU presidency.
The European Union’s sanctions against Russia are pointless and do not work, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said after the EU summit in Brussels on October 21.
Permanent mandatory quotas are politically dead, Slovak PM says.
Cabinet approved extending the length of local border stays for Slovak and Ukrainian citizens.
Minister Miroslav Lajčák stressed that Slovakia recognises and respects the one-China policy i.e. the position that Tibet is a legitimate part of China.
Finance Minister Peter Kažimír set off on October 19 for a three-day tour of the four countries that form the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland.
Radicalization starts with the loss of confidence in democratic institutions. Propaganda undermines this confidence and thus contributes to radicalization, says the new US Ambassador to Slovakia, Adam Sterling.
The Bratislava public lecture by Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, on the afternoon of October 16 was a true stadium-filler, both symbolically and literally.
The prime minister also commented on the president’s comments on the V4 and planned European Council meeting.
It contains information about human trafficking as well as practical tips when searching for a job abroad.
China has threatened retaliation for meeting between Slovak President Kiska and the Dalai Lama.
The 14th Dalai Lama, whose civilian name is Tenzin Gyatso, visited Slovakia between October 15 and 17.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska was in opposition with the rest of the presidents of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries – Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic – concerning the refugee crisis.
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Courts need to consider the position of Chechen man in Slovak custody who Russia accuses of terrorism but was granted refugee status by Sweden.
Lack of entrepreneurs in Slovakia is because of a lack of ideas, says chairman of CIDIC.