It may change the form of its operations as of July 2018.
The much debated selection of the head of the Public Procurement Office (ÚVO) that oversees the state’s tenders ended without a winner.
Some Roma claiming the mayor of Gemerská Poloma, Miroslav Michalka was buying votes, have changed their testimonies.
He turned down their suggestions for a public debate but invites them to talk about corruption at the Police Corps Presidium.
The Slovak ministry response says that the protection of the area is one of its priorities.
They will attend several international exercises.
After several problems with the American Falcon 9 rocket, the satellite is now expected to be sent into orbit from India.
President Andrej Kiska spoke to the crowd at the protest gathering, asking Slovaks what kind of country they want to have.
The Foreign Ministry gives opposing statements about suspicious procurement related to the Slovak Presidency over the EU Council.
Black boxes will be sent to the US for examination in a thorough investigation.
Vladimír Štrba managed to climb the southern subsidiary peak of the tallest mountain in the world but did not have strength enough to return.
The Slovak Spectator brings a selection of hoaxes that appeared on the internet in Slovakia over the past week.
“You will never make me say it was a black hole.”
The Agricultural Ministry will not support the absolute ban of pesticides, thinks Greenpeace.
Interior Ministry bought two buildings for €2 million more than their real value, opposition party OĽaNO claims.
The Ministry of Education agrees cooperation with Yad Vashem.
A week after a helicopter crash, an accident involving a ministry car coming back from the funeral claimed another life.
The principal witness of the prosecution, Róbert Tóth testified at court in an example of the gang underworld and struggle for power.
The price tag of the project is nearly €1.2 billion.
A number of Facebook pages linked to the Slovak far right have been blocked; dozens of others flourish.