Slovakia's economy is among those that will be most impacted by Brexit, the latest studies have shown.
The situation in which Slovaks are stripped of their citizenship if they accept the citizenship of any other country (with a few exceptions) will continue, as parliament refused a draft bill amending it.
The flights will be operated twice a week.
Also the new deadlines for the third and fourth block of Mochovce were re-set, to 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Experts point to the need to raise awareness about mandatory vaccination.
The prime ministers of the Visegrad Group commented on the UK’s obligations linked to its departure from the EU.
The vehicle has been recently noticed by several foreign media outlets.
The low prices are impacted mostly by cheap oil and big competition in the market.
They will work on new engines whose production is scheduled to start in 2019.
Parliamentary committee for incompatibility of functions scrutinises the trip of President Andrej Kiska to Poland in early March, in response to claims that he took his daughter Natália and other private individuals…
The list of days when shops are closed has been expanded to 15-and-a-half days, including Good Friday and Easter Monday.
The OĽaNO-NOVA chair has already received fines for not halting his business licence; now he may become the first MP to lose his parliamentary seat.
The automotive industry should contribute to the economy’s growth.
The current rules for employing non-EU nationals will change in April.
The bank has not yet confirmed the rumours.
The government proposal may be adopted on March 30.
Slovakia has the highest share of young Eurosceptics among the surveyed countries.