Slovakia’s February 7 referendum on family may be invalid as just 21.3 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballot, suggest the unofficial results released by the Statistics Office, after the votes […]
Slovakian prime minister Robert Fico’s government has plans for a new law that would make it easier to monitor foreigners living in Slovakia. The pr ...
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Numerous events are planned in the Czech Republic to celebrate 25 years since the Velvet Revolution. Some 16 civic groups and organisations are joinin ...
November 17 is a vital date in Slovak history, as on this day in 1989, the fall of communism started and the “long and winding road” to a democratic and […]
A fifty per cent drop in Russian natural gas deliveries on October 1 put the Slovakian government on alert with Prime Minister Robert Fico comforting Slovak households and the corporate sector […]
Slovakia’s president Andrej Kiska has warned world leaders against “a new status quo” where instability, poverty, violence and hatred are “fertilisers and catalysts of terrorism.” “A year ago, we, Europeans, […]
Twelve European Union member states in Central and Eastern Europe voted in European Parliament elections between May 23 and May 25, with three more holding domestic elections as well. A […]
In the 2009 European Parliament elections, Slovakia – then in its fifth year as an EU member – set a record for low turnout in an election of members of […]
In a bid to further wean itself off Russian gas dependency, Ukraine on April 28 signed a memorandum with Slovakia for the supply of up to eight billion cubic metres […]