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Slovakia to Preside Over OSCE in 2019

Hamburg, December 9 (TASR) - Fifty-seven member states of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on Friday decided that Slovakia will...

AKO Poll: Smer Top, Ahead of SaS and SNS in Early December

Bratislava, December 9 (TASR) - If a general election had taken place in early December, it would have been won by Smer-SD on 26.8...

Slovak Soldiers Return from Afghanistan and UNTSO Missions

Martin, December 9 (TASR) - As many as 37 Slovak soldiers were ceremonially welcomed at the training battalion base in Martin on Friday to...

NKU Not Obliged to Audit Financing of Slovak EU Presidency Events

The Supreme Audit Office (NKU) doesn't have to carry out an audit at the Foreign and European Affairs Ministry in connection with allegedly overpriced cultural events linked to Slovakia's Council of the EU Presidency because Parliament didn't adopt a parliamentary foreign committee resolution that would have obliged it to do so.

Slovakia to Contribute €2 mn to New Slovak Inclusive Growth Account

Bratislava, December 8 (TASR) - Finance Minister Peter Kazimir (Smer-SD) and Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) Governor Rolf Wenzel signed an agreement on...

Lajcak Says Slovakia Interested in OSCE Chairmanship in 2019

Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak delivered a speech at the 23rd meeting of foreign affairs ministers from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Hamburg on Thursday.

Interior Ministry: EKS Has Saved €177 mn So Far This Year

Bratislava, December 7 (TASR) - Use of the Electronic Contractual System (EKS) in public procurements has so far saved  €177.235 million from the total...

Danko: Meciar’s Amnesties Should Be Dealt with by Constitutional Court

Bratislava, December 7 (TASR) - The issue of abrogating Vladimir Meciar's 1998 amnesties should be resolved by the Constitutional Court, thinks Parliamentary Chair and Slovak National Party (SNS) leader Andrej Danko.

Kiska along with Children from Children’s Homes Receive St. Nicholas

Bratislava, December 7 (TASR) - Slovak President Andrej Kiska met some hundred children from children's homes in the Presidential Palace in Bratislava on Wednesday,...

Gov’t Tasks Respective Ministries with Removing Country’s Transposition Deficit

Slovakia has failed to transpose the nine EU directives into its legislation that should have been transposed by November 20, states the latest report on the country's transposition deficit okayed by the Cabinet at its regular session on Wednesday.