Adam Sterling took the post after the departure of Theodore Sedgwick in early summer 2015.
French politicians are likely to try to freeze the negotiations.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska met several great world personalities and active politicians during his US visit (September 19-21).
The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016/2017 includes two Slovak universities in their list of the top 980 schools.
The state border between Slovakia and Hungary will be changed; but rather than political reasons, technicalities have forced this decision.
A new body will deal with Slovaks living abroad: the cabinet approved the establishment of a special inter-ministerial body – the Government Council for Expatriate Issues.
The new agreement from Paris should support the fight against global warming and extreme weather patterns.
Education obtained in Slovakia may then help refugees when returning to their homelands, foreign affairs minister claims.
The president also plans to support the candidacy of the Slovak foreign affairs minister for the top UN post during his visit to New York.
The summit of leaders of the European Union brought, apart from foreseeable and expected outcomes, also some memorable curiosities.
In the aftermath of the informal European Union leaders’ summit in Bratislava, Slovak top representatives have expressed their views and summed up its course, importance and results.
The Bratislava summit of prime ministers and EU representatives also has its own logo.
Police halted a wedding set to take place between a Slovak woman and an Indian man – he offered €4,000 for the bride.
The informal meeting of EU leaders in Bratislava is not expected to bring any concrete solutions, but it could at least launch the Brexit-related processes and give a hint of what the EU should be about in the…
The European Union does not have a leader with a vision, so not much is expected from the Bratislava summit, says Peter Schulze from the Georg-August-University Goettingen in Germany.
Only the Portuguese ex-prime minister achieved a better result than Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajčák in the fourth unofficial ballot.
“I sense a huge amount of respect for this summit.”
The upcoming international events connected with the country’s presidency of the EU Council will turn the Slovak capital into an impregnable fortress with vast security and road traffic limitations.
A total of 79 Slovak soldiers are now operating within NATO and EU structures.
If Slovaks did not come to Wolfsthal, an Austian village close to the Slovak border, it would have grown old and died out, claims Mayor Gerhard Schödinger.