Nina Hrabovská Francelová

Nina Hrabovská Francelová

Nina Hrabovská Francelová started to work for The Slovak Spectator as a student of journalism in October 2016. She received her bachelor's degree in journalism at the Palacký University in Olomouc and a master's degree in journalism at Comenius University in Bratislava. She spent one semester at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and participated in several international courses for journalists. She reports on Slovak politics and prepares Today in Slovakia digests twice a week.


List of author's articles, page 2

Earthquake in central Slovakia. Slovak student company named best in world. 7. Apr 2022, at 17:43
Marian Kotleba
Voters who had a problem with the far right leader had already left the party, observers agree. 7. Apr 2022, at 16:56
Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán
Responses to the war prompt a political split within the Visegrad Group, which includes Slovakia. 7. Apr 2022, at 8:00
A man bids farewell to his nine year old daughter as the train with his family leaves for Poland, at the train station in Odesa, on Monday, April 4, 2022.
Slovaks who relied on dubious sources for their information on COVID-19 are now avid consumers of the disinformation being disseminated about the war in Ukraine. 6. Apr 2022, at 8:00
Marian Kotleba
Бізнесмен намагався не пустити українських біженців до свого магазину. Медичні профспілки оголосили страйк. Більше - у сьогоднішньому дайджесті. 6. Apr 2022, at 7:59
A businessman wanted to prevent Ukrainian refugees from entering his shop. Medical trade unions on strike alert. 5. Apr 2022, at 18:16
Wearing FFP2 respirators will be mandatory indoors.
Перші чеські солдати прибувають до Словаччини. Ще один словацький автовиробник зіткнувся із нестачею комплектуючих. Детальніше читайте у сьогоднішньому дайджесті. 5. Apr 2022, at 6:36
First Czech soldiers arriving to Slovakia. Another Slovak carmaker facing a lack of components. 4. Apr 2022, at 17:44
PM Eduard Heger
Посольство Росії в Братиславі буде знаходитися на вулиці Бориса Нємцова. У Словаччині вже понад 1300 біженців з України знайшли роботу. 1. Apr 2022, at 8:58
Ukrainian refugees at Taras Shevchenko Primary and Grammar School in Prešov
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Some schools report full capacities. 1. Apr 2022, at 7:45
PM warning on Russian gas supplies. 1,349 refugees from Ukraine have already found a job in Slovakia. 31. Mar 2022, at 18:02
Bratislava, illustrative stock photo
Residence permit, certificate of Slovak Living Abroad and state citizenship can be requested at embassies. 31. Mar 2022, at 13:10
Mayor of the Ukrainian city of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov (left) and Parliament's Speaker Boris Kollar (right).
Якби не НАТО, російська агресія була б спрямована на Словаччину, каже міністр оборони. Міністерство освіти запустило реєстр шкіл, готових приймати українських дітей. Більше – в сьогоднішньому дайджесті. 30. Mar 2022, at 8:11
Mayor of Melitopol pays visit to Bratislava. The Education Ministry launches register of schools ready to enrol Ukrainian schoolkids. 29. Mar 2022, at 17:39
Big changes for universities in Slovakia. Politicians pay tribute to Madeleine Albright. 24. Mar 2022, at 17:58
The Eduard Heger cabinet
The ruling parties are united in their stance on the war in Ukraine, but struggling to deal with its consequences. 24. Mar 2022, at 11:25
An additional 365 million euros will flow into Slovakia's healthcare sector. Slovak parliament will discuss an amendment that will allow the government to exclude companies with Russian co-owners from tenders. 22. Mar 2022, at 17:29
Two foreign defence ministers arrived in Slovakia on Thursday. Ukrainian children who want to stay in Slovakia should have all mandatory vaccinations. 17. Mar 2022, at 18:45
People still have to wear FFP2 respirators indoors and at mass outdoor events. (Illustrative stock photo)
The pandemic is still far from over, observers note. 16. Mar 2022, at 16:57
Illustrative stock photo
The Slovak Spectator offers practical information for refugees from Ukraine. 15. Mar 2022, at 19:00
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