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A TV PROGRAMME IN ENGLISH COVERING THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS IN SLOVAKIA OVER THE PAST WEEK (VIDEO INCLUDED)

This week in Slovakia

Content of programme: Slovakia pursues hard line on Greece; Government to remove business obstacles; Hungarian Speaker mentions military option; Floods strike western Slovakia Brought to you in cooperation with TV SME.

Content of programme:


Slovakia pursues hard line on Greece;
Government to remove business obstacles;
Hungarian Speaker mentions military option;
Floods strike western Slovakia

Brought to you in cooperation with TV SME.

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With European finance ministers set to meet next week to decide the contours of a new bailout for Greece, Slovakia is sticking to its guns in calling for tougher guarantees that the money will be repaid, and that the private sector should share some of the risk.


Slovakia could soon become as business-friendly as Singapore thanks to a government plan to reduce red tape.


A top Hungarian politician sparked outrage in Bratislava last week by claiming that ethnic Hungarians living in south Slovakia spiritually and culturally belong to Budapest .


It wouldn’t be summer in Slovakia without some damaging floods. Last week heavy rains produced the first real damage of the season , knocking out bridges and electrical power to communities in the Small Carpathians.


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