The embassy has progressed in finding a new site for relocation.
The opposition party has objected to news in some Russian media stating that it supports the departure of Slovakia from the EU, i.e. Slexit.
The man who advised politicians and even presidents Gerald Ford and James Carter died on February 17, aged 83.
Slovak defence minister met with his colleagues in Brussels
The medical symposium taking place in the Orava region of Slovakia lured participants with skiing, folklore and plum brandy – financed largely from EU funds.
As the incumbent government proxy for the international dispute concerning the Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros waterworks got another international position, he will be replaced by another Slovak.
Police detained five people and seized extensive evidence during house searches.
They discussed the challenges of the 72nd UN General Assembly and mutual collaboration between Slovakia and South Korea.
The Slovak president visited Kenya for the first time and highlighted the exchange of experiences between the two countries.
Slovak Presidency of the EU Council resonated in two thirds of the population, however, it had no impact on perception of the EU.
In June 2017, roaming fees within the different countries of the EU will end for calling, sending short text messages and surfing on the internet.
Head of science academy receives award during US trip.
The most common myth is that too many foreigners live in Slovakia.
Better education would help Slovaks understand the people that end up becoming refugees, says Monika Svetlíkova.
The organisation has distanced itself from his statements, while the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry has cancelled its permission for him to serve in the mission.
The president repeated that Slovakia has not forgotten about Ukraine.
Security services stopped Slovak MEP Branislav Škripek at Istanbul airport.
The movements will take place between February 7 and 12.
Josef Pickel becomes the Slovak honorary consul to Israel.
Corporate tax in the US could be reduced – the administration considers decreasing income taxes of legal entities from 35 to 15 or 20 percent. The question is how it will influence Slovakia.