‘Children for Peace’ to Come from Ukraine

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - Thirty children from Ukraine are set to come to Slovakia this week to present with their Slovak peers a project called 'Children for Peace', the Slovak Foreign and European...

Lajcak Voices Support for Ukraine’s Political and Economic Stability

Kiev/Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - The situation in Ukraine has a direct effect on Slovakia, so it's in our interest to see Ukraine successful and stable, said Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav...

Lajcak: Minsk Agreements Must Be Met Thoroughly

Kiev, February 2 (TASR-correspondent) - Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak, speaking during a working visit to Kiev on Tuesday, appealed for a thorough implementation of the Minsk Agreements. Slovakia insists on establishing...

Slovak Troops to Take Part in Tank Challenge Exercise in Germany

Bratislava, January 27 (TASR) - Around 40 members of the Slovak Armed Forces will take part in the Tank Challenge international military exercise in Germany in May, the Government approved a proposal for the deployment of Slovak soldiers to the exercise on Wednesday.

Figel: EU Needs Special Representative for Religious Freedom

Brussels, January 27 (TASR-correspondent) - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Tuesday met chairman of the Slovak Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) Jan Figel concerning an initiative presented by the latter last year for creating...

Sobotka to Convene Extraordinary V4 Summit on Migrant Crisis

Bratislava, January 26 (TASR) - The Czech Republic will convene an extraordinary summit of the Visegrad Four (V4: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) in mid-February to seek solutions to the migration crisis at the European level, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka announced during his one-day visit to Bratislava on Tuesday.

Kiska: Slovakia Can Draw Inspiration from Projects of Prince Charles

Glasgow, January 25 (TASR) - Slovakia can seek inspiration in employment support projects launched by Prince Charles, believes President Andrej Kiska, who paid a visit to Scotland on Monday.