Highlights from Globsec 2017: Day 2 (May 27)
Highlights from Globsec 2017: Day 1 (May 26)
The European Commission has approved Slovak state support of €36 million for the construction a national football stadium – planned to hold more than 22,000 visitors – in Bratislava.
The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) scrutinised alleged police violence in the Romani neighbourhood of Zborov from April 16, based on a video footage by a witness.
They are using martial art clubs in Germany and dozens more in other EU states, in the Western Balkans, and in North America.
The 12th year of the conference will be attended by the highest number of participants in its history.
The book will be opened for two days.
Some recommendations remain the same as last year.
The representatives of Slovakia have expressed their sympathy to the families of the victims.
Slovaks living abroad care about their homeland and call for an investigation of the corruption scandals.
Slovakia will send specialists to Iraq to train members of their army in mine clearance, ground maintenance and special operations.
The law should define the specific tasks of individual ministries and institutions in Slovakia.
He was detained within the international operation Pacifier.
Economy Minister Peter Žiga attends major meeting on the project in Beijing.
Slovak Ambassador to Greece, Peter Michalko, should become the European union ambassador to Moldova, the Politico website informed in mid-May.
BBC runs a series of stories about human trafficking including a case from Slovakia.
Peter Kažimír told the paper he seeks to steer Slovakia past a “lasagne of evil”, adding that a wave of populist unrest in the EU does not sour his outlook for growth.
Represenattives of these two ocuntries were asked to explain why their governments decided to sue the Council of the European Union for its decision.
The biggest transfer this week is scheduled for May 12.
Most people have become citizens of the Czech Republic and Germany.