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Prague to defend security at EU summit in Bratislava

The Czech Republic will push for deepening EU security, both external and internal, and restart of the member states' coming closer to each other economically at the summit in Bratislava on Friday, according to the mandate for PM Bohuslav Sobotka that the cabinet approved tonight. more >>

Zeman, Hofer want to to strengthen role of Central Europe in EU

Czech President Milos Zeman and Austrian presidential candidate Norbert Hofer would like to strengthen the role of Central Europe in the European Union, the latter told journalist after their meeting yesterday. more >>

Angolan President Congratulates Slovakia, Benin Counterparts

Angolan head of State José Eduardo dos Santos Thursday congratulated the counterpart of Slovakia Andrej Kiska on commemoration of his country's National Independence. more >>

Turkey, EU prepare for Slovakia meeting

An upcoming meeting in Bratislava between Turkish and European Union foreign ministers will help "normalize the atmosphere" between the two, Slovakia's deputy prime minister said on Friday. more >>

Prime Minister meets Commission President for preparing Bratislava summit

Prime Minister Charles Michel met Thursday morning for over an hour and a half with the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, to prepare for the informal Bratislava summit of September 16 th . more >>

A Postcard from Slovakia’s Vietnamese Community

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is just a short one and a half hour bus ride from Vienna, Austria. It’s a small eastern European country with a population of five and a half million, where only one percent are foreign-born. The country itself is home to approximately 5,000 Vietnamese, with ... more >>

Chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Slovakia to discuss security and adaptation

While in Slovakia, the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, General Petr Pavel met with the Slovak Minister of Defence, Mr. Petr Gajdos and Chief of Defence of the Slovak Armed Forces, General Milan Maxim. more >>

Slovak PM cancels Prague visit after being taken to hospital

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was hospitalised yesterday, but the medical examination neither confirmed nor refuted a heart attack suspicion, Dobroslava Krajacicova, spokeswoman for the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bratislava, has told reporters. more >>

Czech, Polish ministers speak about V4, transport , environment

Czech and Polish ministers discussed the future of the Visegrad Four (V4) at their intergovernmental consultations Friday and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said the group has a potential to create European politics and propose quality solutions. more >>

Bristol airport announces new route to Kosice in Slovakia

Wizz Air has announced it will add another new route from Bristol Airport to Kosice, Slovakia. Starting from October 10, holiday makers will be able to go out to the historical city on two weekly flights, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. more >>

Slovak Telekom migrates old prepaid offers to new plan

Slovak Telekom will stop offering the pre-paid card Easy Free from October, reports The pre-paid offer Easy Time will be cancelled later. Instead of the cancelled offers, customers will be able to use Easy Pecka, a pre-paid offer introduced in 2014. more >>

Slovak Telekom to shut down Flash-OFDM service at end-Sept

Slovak Telekom will switch off its Flash-OFDM service, except for in the two biggest cities Bratislava and Kosice, reports The mobile data network Flash-OFDM (originally Flarion) will be switched off in the majority of Slovakia from 30 September. The operator is gradually ... more >>

Slovakia cuts retail gas tariffs due to global commodity price dip

Regulated gas prices for households will fall by an average of 3.9 percent and for small businesses by an average of 3.7 percent from September, Slovakia's industry regulator (URSO) said on Wednesday. more >>

Slovakia Consumer Confidence Weakens In July

Slovakia's consumer confidence worsened in July after improving in the previous month, survey data from the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic showed Wednesday. more >>

India, Slovak Republic ink agreement for standards formulation

India and Slovak Republic today signed an agreement to facilitate cooperation and exchange of information about standards formulation, testing facilities and third party product certification, among others. more >>

Slovak Telekom offers smartphone diagnostics application

Slovak Telekom offers the application MobileScan to help diagnose problems on smartphones running the Android OS. The application tests hardware, functions, applications and advanced set-up of the phone, records test results and recommends solutions. more >>

Czech-Slovak brotherhood festival held on border mountain

Several thousand of Czechs and Slovaks took part in a brotherhood festival held on Velka Javorina, the highest mountain of the White Carpathians, on the border between Slovakia and the Czech Republic on Sunday. more >>

Slovakia Renounces Cluster Bombs

Slovakia deposited its instrument of accession to the Convention on Cluster Munitions on 24 July 2015 at the United Nations’ headquarters in New York. Congratulations on becoming the 93 rd State Party! The Convention will enter into force for Slovakia on 1 January 2016. more >>

Euro zone's have-nots ask: why should Greece get more than us?

Bozena Vargova, a retired physiotherapist from Slovakia, cannot understand why her country should bail out Greeks who often earn twice as much as Slovaks and run up debts. "I don't feel like we should give anything to Greece," said Vargova, who lives on a pension of 370 euros a month, while the ... more >>

Slovak PM Fico: we will ask for Greek exit if conditions not met

Slovakia will be among the first to ask Greece to leave the euro zone if it fails to adhere to agreed conditions of further, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Tuesday. more >>
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