Bratislava, December 19 (TASR) – Pavol Barabas’s documentary ‘Sloboda pod nakladom’ (Freedom under Load) about the oldest generation of mountain porters in the High Tatra mountains has received the Grand Prix Award at the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival, TASR learnt on Monday. This is the tenth award for the film.
Bratislava, December 19 (TASR) – The common security and defence policy has seen no progress, but this isn’t the business of any presidency, but of political leaders, said Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Ministry State Secretary and Government Proxy for Slovakia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU Ivan
(RTVS, O 5 minut 12, December 18) Slovakia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU was a prestigious event for the country, and we’ve come up with quite a long list of concrete results, said Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Ministry State Secretary and the Government’s proxy
(TA3, V politike, December 18) Slovak National Party (SNS) leader and Parliamentary Chairman Andrej Danko on TA3’s discussion show ‘V politike’ (In Politics) on Sunday said that he’s found a person of great character in Most-Hid leader Bela Bugar. Danko added that the governing coalition of Smer-SD, SNS
Novaky, December 17 (TASR) – The Opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party doesn’t want to shut down Upper Nitra Mines Prievidza (Hornonitrianske bane Prievidza/HBP), SaS MP Karol Galek told TASR on Saturday. Galek was responding to Prime Minister Robert Fico’s statements uttered earlier today that SaS just wants
Novaky, December 17 (TASR) – The electricity utility Slovenske elektrarne (SE) isn’t fulfilling its commitments to Upper Nitra Mines Prievidza (Hornonitrianske bane Prievidza/HBP) regarding the production of electricity from coal, said Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer-SD) at the Novaky mine (Trencin region) on Saturday. Fico was responding to accusations
Bratislava, December 16 (TASR) – The dispute between a company called EuroGas and Slovakia concerning the withdrawal of a licence for talc mining in Gemerska Poloma (Kosice region) has been gathering pace, as an alleged out-of-court settlement worth €240 million instead of the original €2.3 billion could be in the