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Fedor: Security Environment Now Most Unstable in Decades

The security environment that Slovakia is in hasn't been so unstable in decades, and this doesn't concern only relatively far-off conflicts such as those in Syria and northern Iraq, but also the one in Ukraine and the situation in the Balkans, governing coalition Most-Hid MP Martin Fedor (Most-Hid) told TABLET.TV on Friday.

Danko: Elections, Not Revolutions, Serve to Replace Governments

Initiatives aimed at inciting disputes and strong sentiments and thus, ultimately, at cutting the term of a government short prematurely aren't specifically Slovak initiatives, but in democratic countries such actions result in no benefits, said Parliamentary Chairman and Slovak National Party (SNS) leader Andrej Danko on a TABLET.TV discussion show on Wednesday.

Hochtief Chief: Slovakia Lacking Concept for Highway Construction

Bratislava, February 23 (TASR) – It's necessary to construct another 1,000 kilometres of motorways and expressways in Slovakia, but the proper general concept of...

Holecek: Slovakia Unlikely to End Up Like Detroit

Bratislava, February 16 (TASR) - Car production makes up one-third of Slovakia's exports and almost half of its industrial production, but there's no viable...

TABLET.TV: Electricity Prices in Slovakia among Highest in EU

Bratislava, February 9 (TASR) - Even after making a U-turn and returning to 2016 levels, electricity prices in Slovakia will be among the highest...

P. Dubcek: BMW Was Prevented from Examining Father’s Crashed Car

Bratislava, November 27 (TASR) - Pavol Dubcek, son of the 1968 Prague Spring leader and later post-communist Czechoslovak parliamentary chairman Alexander Dubcek, has told...

Bugar: If Centre-Right Had Formed Gov’t, It Would Have Been Dead by Now

Bratislava, November 15 (TASR) - Any chance of forming a centre-right government after the March 2016 general election vanished the moment when the Slovak...

Hrabko: Lipsic Would Be Called Murderer in Parliament

Bratislava, September 22 (TASR) - OLaNO-NOVA MP Daniel Lipsic's assumption that he wouldn't be able to perform his MPs' mandate properly following the fatal...

Hrabko: Asselborn’s Call before EU Summit Won’t Silence Hungary

Bratislava, September 14 (TASR) – Luxembourg Foreign Affairs Minister Jean Asselborn's call on ousting Hungary from the EU over its stance towards migrants made...

Balaz: European Steel Industry Doomed to Demise

Bratislava, February 18 (TASR) – The European steel industry is heading towards demise, as it can't compete with cheaper producers from other parts of...

Price Bubble Threatens Slovak Economy

For more than a year the European Central Bank (ECB) has been supporting the eurozone through the quantitative easing policy, i.e. bond buyouts aimed at reducing interest rates, but pumping money into the economy results in many deformations that come to light sooner or later, said Economic and Social Analyses Institute economist Juraj Karpis on a discussion programme on TABLET.TV on Thursday.