"We want to focus mainly on economic cooperation without intervening in the internal issues of our countries,” the Slovak PM said after meeting his Belarus counterpart.
The status of Slovak nationals living in the UK is among the priorities of Slovakia in Brexit talks.
Some want to send a clear message that the controversial fence is not welcome, others think the city coffers could have benefited.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska spoke to the media after meeting his Austrian counterpart Alexander Van der Bellen.
Ľubomír Rehák won the poll of the London-based magazine Diplomat. The Slovak ambassador to the United Kingdom, Rehák, became the European Diplomat of the Year on April 24.
The World Association of Slovaks Living Abroad will specify the details only after purchasing the building.
The biggest airport in Austria is lobbying to construct a third runway, using Slovakia as a deterrent example.
66 percent of them went to non-EU citizens.
Its first session is planned for the autumn.
French citizens who live and/or work permanently in Slovakia made Emmanuel Macron their winner of presidential election’s first round, while Francois Fillon ended second.
False Facebook sites of the Russian embassies in Slovakia and the Czech Republic confused Facebook to the point that it blocked the official ones.
Slovak soldiers are participating in the international military drill in Latvia with almost 1,700 soldiers in total.
The new feature uses neural networks to make better translations between Slovak and English.
Slovak diplomat – who was once “shadow” foreign minister of the Smer party – will become an official of a UN economic body.
The eastern-Slovak metropolis has decided to vie for membership of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
The only country more vulnerable is Hungary.
Thanks to the project, about 4,000 children aged six to 18 will be able to visit school facilities in the Middle East.
Bratislava airport recommends those travelling outside the Schengen zone to arrive at the airport at least 2.5 hours before the departure.
After a new law passed in Hungary, the Central European University may have to leave the country – but it is unlikely to move to Slovakia.
It is the second group tasked with protecting the borders with Greece.