More articles

Boris Kollar: Congratulations, Britain!

Bratislava, June 24 (TASR) – Opposition party We Are Family congratulates all Brits who in Thursday's referendum expressed enough patriotism and national self-esteem to...

Danko: Brussels Officials Distant from Reality, EU Needs Reform

Bratislava, June 24 (TASR) – Slovakia must take a lesson from the Brexit referendum, and as the presiding country of the EU Council soon...

Fico: EU’s Fundamental Policies Must Change Following Brexit

Bratislava, June 24 (TASR) – The Slovak Government respects Thursday's decision of British voters to opt out from the European Union and no further...

Kiska: EU Suffers Injury from Brexit

Bratislava, June 24 (TASR) – Slovak President Andrej Kiska respects the will of British people, who in Thursday's referendum decided that their country should...

Opposition: Kalinak Signed for Stake in Firm But Was in Montenegro

Interior Minister Robert Kalinak (Smer-SD) is obviously able to be in two places simultaneously, as he was signing the transfer of a stake in a company called FoRest in Bratislava and visiting the Balkans at the same time, representatives of Opposition parties Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) and OLaNO-NOVA told a news conference on Thursday.

Poll: Almost Two Thirds of Slovaks Would Have Voted to Stay in EU

Bratislava, June 23 (TASR) - Had a referendum on Slovakia's remaining in the EU been held between June 14-20, almost two thirds of the...

Poll: Smer Would Have Won Election in June Ahead of SNS

Bratislava, June 22 (TASR) - Had a general election been held in mid-June, the governing-coalition Smer-SD party would have won on 26.4 percent, gaining...

Neither Hollande Nor Fico Want to See British Departure from EU

Paris/Bratislava, June 22 (TASR correspondent) – French President Francois Hollande met Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico at a working dinner in Paris on Wednesday,...

Six People Still in Bratislava Hospitals Following Bus Crash

Six people were still receiving treatment in Bratislava hospitals following Tuesday's (June 21) accident involving a bus carrying tourists through Serbia, TASR learnt from Interior Ministry spokesman Ivan Netik on Wednesday.

Bugar: I See No Reason to Dismiss Kalinak at This Point

If no new information appears in the case concerning Interior Minister Robert Kalinak (Smer-SD), there is no reason to dismiss him via the Opposition's repeated attempt to do so, Bela Bugar, leader of governing coalition party Most-Hid, told TASR during his working visit to the Vatican on Wednesday.