Two airlines will be flying to Kyiv and other places in Ukraine from October.
President Zuzana Čaputová also noted that Slovakia supports the integration of Ukraine in the EU.
Seasonal workers who are behind the increase of positive cases in Slovakia, come mostly from Ukraine and Serbia.
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Slovakia has been on the list since early August.
Slovakia will probably have to use all measures possible to secure supplies.
Fewer illegal border crossings.
The Slovak president appreciated the reform efforts in the country.
Kozí Vŕšok is expected to supply hundreds of shops in Ukraine with cheese.
The president said unity is needed in NATO.
Bratislava held the NATO Spring Parliamentary Assembly on May 31-June 3.
Supplies were halted due to contamination.
In addition, the airport experienced the strongest April in history.
The play “Missing Director” calls on Slovak officials to act in the case of the imprisoned director.
We should be teaching everyone not only the empirical facts of history, but also how to read and write and think critically, says historian Marci Shore.
The Russian Embassy did not like the opinion piece written by State Secretary of the Defence Ministry Róbert Ondrejcsák.
The country supports the extension of sanctions due to the conflict in the Sea of Azov.
PM Peter Pellegrini said security forces are prepared for deployment anytime.
Interior Minister Denisa Saková met with PM Peter Pellegrini to discuss Slovakia’s security due to the current situation in Ukraine.