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Police are searching for a man who robbed a bank in the Aupark shopping mall in the Bratislava borough of Petrzalka on Saturday evening, TASR learnt from spokesperson for the Regional Police Corps Directorate Lucia Mihalikova on Sunday.
Recent events in Hungary concerning the Central European University (CEU) could be an inspiration for other European Union countries to reflect on their approach to foreign-funded non-governmental organisations, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said in Brussels on Saturday.
A great deal of progress was made at the European Council meeting on Saturday, as the European leaders showed their unity and determination to act collectively heading into talks with the United Kingdom on conditions governing the UK's exit from the EU, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said in Brussels on Saturday.
The foreign affairs ministers of 27 member countries of the EU have agreed on a joint approach to guidelines for Brexit talks, and this agreement suits Slovakia's interests well, said Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak after a special meeting of the EU General Affairs Council in Luxembourg on Thursday, which was devoted to Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon.
Slovakia views Belarus as an important partner within the Eastern Partnership, and so it's no surprise that Bratislava recently promoted the lifting of sanctions against Minsk, said Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico after talks with his counterpart from Belarus Andrei Kobyakov in Bratislava on Thursday.
The public-finance deficit is projected to stand at 0.5 percent of GDP next year, with the Government sticking to its plan for Slovakia to record its first ever balanced budget in 2019 and to maintain this in 2020, according to the Stability Programme that the Government approved on Wednesday.
The production of electricity from brown coal extracted in Slovakia is in the general economic interests of Slovakia, said the Economy Ministry on Tuesday.
The falling public debt and the drop in the public finance deficit last year are testimony to the Government's responsible policies, said Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer-SD) on Tuesday.
The district prosecutor's office in Ziar nad Hronom (Banska Bystrica region) instructed the police in early April to press criminal charges over the suspected misconduct in a public office in regard to the Central Mining Office's (HBU) failure to impose a penalty on an organisation for exceeding mining limits in 2015, TASR learnt on Thursday.
The health care sector in Slovakia is one of the areas in which solutions are long overdue and that is among the social problems that contribute to the rising tide of extremism, President Andrej Kiska said on Wednesday.
Volkswagen Slovakia (VW SK) car producer is facing the threat of a strike after the new Volkswagen Modern Trade Union (MOV) on Tuesday voiced its dissatisfaction with the progress and results of the talks with the plant's management thus far.
Bratislava, April 12 (TASR) – We recognise Slovakia as an advanced parliamentary democracy with all of the important freedoms respected, U.S. Ambassador to Slovakia...
Public-service Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS) has been caught up in attacks coming from two sides, said Culture Minister Marek Madaric on Tuesday.
The tripartite has failed to agree on an amendment to the Collective Bargaining Act and on funding primary and secondary schools, said Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Minister Jan Richter (Smer-SD) after a session of the Economic and Social Council (HSR), also known as the tripartite, on Monday.
Education is key to addressing Roma issues, President Andrej Kiska said on Friday during a visit to a school in the village of Ihlany near Kezmarok (Presov region), which is part of a private vocational school in Kezmarok.
Instead of an airplane operated by the Interior Ministry, President Andrej Kiska used a car to get to his home town of Poprad (Presov region) on Thursday.
The policy that requires people on the receiving end of benefits to work on pain of losing the assistance was introduced with a nod to the discussion on the need to redress the absence of targeting in the social security system and its failure to encourage people to provide for themselves, said the Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Ministry on Thursday.
The Government will seek to stay away from adopting any indirect amendments while cutting down on national legislation that complicates the absorption of EU funding and transcends the EU's requirements, TASR learnt on Thursday.
President Andrej Kiska said on Monday that he'll cut down on his use of government aircraft after he was requested to do so by Interior Minister Robert Kalinak (Smer-SD).
President Andrej Kiska has signed into law a constitutional bill that empowers Parliament to revoke presidential amnesties and pardons that are at odds with the principles of the democratic rule of law, TASR learnt on Monday.