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 3

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
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The Slovak Spectator offers practical information for refugees from Ukraine. 15. Mar 2022, at 19:00
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will visit Slovakia on Thursday. Slovak parliament greenlights the presence of NATO troops in Slovakia. 15. Mar 2022, at 18:37
At least three people were detained due to suspicion of espionage for Russia. PM Eduard Heger met with Pope Francis in the Vatican. 14. Mar 2022, at 18:06
Slovak passport.
The office is in touch with compatriotic organisations around the globe. 11. Mar 2022, at 10:13
President Zelensky thanks Slovakia. Foreigners Police go 24/7. Learn more in today's digest. 10. Mar 2022, at 17:20
People fleeing war in Ukraine at the border crossing in Vyšné Nemecké, eastern Slovakia.
Slovak living in the UK flew back to Slovakia to help people cross the border from Ukraine. 10. Mar 2022, at 14:43
EC President thanks Slovakia for helping Ukrainians fleeing the war. More than 79,000 refugees have crossed the Slovak-Ukrainian border since the war started. 3. Mar 2022, at 18:02
Bratislava Old Town takes steps against Russian Embassy. Public transport in the capital is free for Ukrainian refugees. 1. Mar 2022, at 17:45
Slovakia is deciding on the potential expulsion of Russian diplomats. The Foreign Ministry warns against travelling to Moldova and some regions of Belarus and Russia. 26. Feb 2022, at 17:39
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People feel strong solidarity because these are their friends, relatives and colleagues, says volunteer from Snina. 26. Feb 2022, at 16:01
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Municipalities have a big potential to help foreigners integrate. 26. Feb 2022, at 7:55
Smer MPs: Dušan Muňko (left), Juraj Blanár (middle), Robert Fico (right)
While the ruling coalition is united in its statements, some opposition politicians call the war an “American-Russian affair”. 25. Feb 2022, at 10:40
NATO troops could boost Slovakia's defences. We are ready to take in refugees, PM Heger said. 24. Feb 2022, at 17:52
Gallery of Ľudovít Fulla in Ružomberok
Works by Ľudovít Fulla removed from his own gallery over building fears. 23. Feb 2022, at 16:35
Slovak ice-hockey players return home with Bronze medals. The US purchased a building in Bratislava but the embassy did not confirm the move. 22. Feb 2022, at 17:22
Peter Bárdy
2018 was a ground-breaking year for Slovakia, but politicians who received people's trust to make a change did not use it well. 18. Feb 2022, at 17:29
Slovak carmaker Kia launches serial production of a plug-in hybrid version of its latest Sportage model. The Presidential Palace was lit up in blue and yellow in support of Ukraine. 17. Feb 2022, at 18:23
Tomáš Slovinský in the Low Tatras
Slovak photographer who caught NASA’s eye on how he shows what we cannot see. 17. Feb 2022, at 14:36
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