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Slovakia aids Ukraine in NATO bid

SLOVAKIA is donating €30,000 to the destruction of redundant weapons and munitions in Ukraine, said Slovak Defence Minister Juraj Liška March 5, according to the TASR news agency.

The money will go towards several funds that help countries modernize their military structures prior to becoming NATO members.

"We are willing to share our experience of reforming the armed forces, which could help Ukraine realize its aims," said Liška.

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Historically first ex-ministers were sentenced for the bulletin-board tender

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Refurbishment of Trnavské Mýto has started

The facelift of the underpass crossing should be completed by summer. Fate of nearby Istropolis still not known

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Yeme grocery store in Bratislava.

The chairman of the committee tasked to improve tax returns has problems himself

The newly set-up committee meant to prepare a law on the more detailed property disclosures of politicians is headed by ex-minister Martin Glváč from Smer, who is refusing to publish details of his assets.

L-R: Martin Glváč and Andrej Danko