Bratislava, November 9 (TASR) - Branko Kiss can continue to serve as Police Corps First Vice-president, according to an injunction issued by Bratislava City Court IV, defence attorney Peter Kubina posted on a social network on Thursday. "We've just been delivered an exigent injunction, with which the Bratislava City Court
Brussels/Bratislava, October 26 (TASR) - Prime Minister Robert Fico informed European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at their meeting on Thursday that Slovakia will no longer provide any military aid to Ukraine and focus on humanitarian aid only, TASR learnt from Fico's post on Telegram and Smer-SD press
Bratislava, October 10 (TASR) - Progressive Slovakia (PS) perceives the decision by Voice-SD to hold further talks on the formation of the new government exclusively with Smer-SD and SNS in a critical light, but respects it, PS leader Michal Simecka declared on Tuesday and added that PS will act as
Bratislava, October 10 (TASR) - Voice-SD will continue further talks on the formation of the next government exclusively with Smer-SD and Slovak National Party (SNS) from now on, in line with an unanimous decision taken by the party leadership on Tuesday, Voice-SD chair Peter Pellegrini announced on the same day.
Bratislava, October 1 (TASR) - The general election was won by the Smer-SD party on 23.31 percent of the votes with 99.2 percent of the wards counted, according to unofficial results released by the Statistics Office on early Sunday. Progressive Slovakia ended up in the runner-up spot on
Bratislava, September 27 (TASR) - President Zuzana Caputova urged Slovaks to take part in Saturday's (September 30) early parliamentary election. "On no other day do you hold such power in your hands as on the election day and I'd like to ask you to use it," the head of state
Bratislava, September 27 (TASR) - Prime Minister Ludovit Odor encouraged people to participate in Saturday's (September 30) parliamentary election. "Go and make a choice. It's your country, the country of your children and their future. Don't let others decide on your behalf. Slovakia can and should be the country for