Bratislava, January 30 (TASR) – Measures aimed at mitigating the effects of Brexit, a.k.a. Lex Brexit, should be approved by Parliament as early as in March, stated Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak (a Smer-SD nominee) after a Cabinet session on Wednesday, adding that the measures in question
Bratislava, January 22 (TASR) – Boosting the pro-family policy and paying greater attention to the care of the older or severely disabled people are among the main priorities the Labour Ministry should focus on this year, stated Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini (Smer-SD) after a working visit at the ministry on Tuesday.
Bratislava, January 13 (TASR) – The future direction of the central European region isn’t as clear as in the past because the people responsible perceive reality in a distorted way, psychiatrist Peter Huncik has stated in an interview for TASR, adding that the region can’t exist on its own
Bratislava, January 12 (TASR) – Analytical thinking and innovation are set to become the most demanding skills on the labour market in the next years, TASR has learnt from Slovenska sporitelna analyst Lenka Buchlakova. Referring to an analysis of the World Economic Forum, Buchlakova said that 54 percent of current staff
Bratislava, January 10 (TASR) – The Let’s Stop Corruption foundation has filed a motion with Bratislava District Office, asking it to look into suspicions that offences have been committed in connection with contracts for the state incentive for science and research, TASR learnt from foundation head Zuzana Petkova on Thursday.
Semmering, December 28 (TASR) – By notching up her first victory in the FIS World Cup giant slalom in Semmering, Austria on Friday, Slovak skier Petra Vlhova has set a new best for Slovakia in this technically most demanding Alpine discipline. “The whole team is happy because we’ve worked hard
Bratislava, December 27 (TASR) – Robert Kalinak’s decision (Smer-SD) to give up his seat in Parliament has come late, concurred the Opposition parties Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) and OLaNO on Thursday. SaS leader Richard Sulik is convinced that basically nobody is interested Kalinak’s departure from Parliament anymore. “The only