Migration in the EU
Migration in the EU
German dailies paid more attention to Slovakia than their French and Italian counterparts between 2000 and 2017.
On a grassroots level, people tend to solve the problems that might look unsolvable on a macro level, says programme director Anna Hjälm.
The shot has nothing to do with refugees.
The time to speak up was in 2015 and 2016. Lajčák didn’t, because it wasn’t career-friendly.
They will stay in the country only until they leave for their target destination.
Slovakia’s prime minister admitted that Slovakia could help Greece and Italy with refugees. The Foreign Affairs Ministry is now analysing the possibilities.
The EU summit brought agreement on the re-distribution of migrants; Slovakia will accept as many as 1,200 migrants to help neighbouring countries, Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini said.
If leaders in Brussels failed to agree on immigration, we would also feel it, says analyst Milan Nič.
The Hungarian PM labelled Soros “a dangerous financial speculator”.
Europe has done very little to prepare for a reprise of mass refugee flows.
Two hoaxes involving burning tyres, George Soros and the Sahara were spread recently by Slovak media and social networks.
In the city of Žilina, vehicles were stopped with dozens of illegally transported Iraqi, Iranian and Syrian nationals.
Refugees are using new smuggling routes, according to the Austrian minister.
Danko called on remaining coalition parties to postpone the cabinet session scheduled for Wednesday
Yves Bot rejects arguments from Slovakia and Hungary on the legality of the relocation plan.
Kilian Klenschmidt will talk about dire conditions in the Za’atari camp in Jordan, situated close to the Syrian border.
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The coalition SNS party pushed through changes to prevent alleged abuse of temporary residence by foreign students.