Bratislava, November 29 (TASR) - Interior Minister Matus Sutaj Estok (Voice-SD) on Wednesday survived the opposition's attempt to oust him via a no-confidence vote, with only 61 of the 136 MPs present voting in favour of his dismissal. The opposition, which needed at least 76 votes to succeed in its
Bratislava/Pezinok, November 27 (TASR) - Prosecutors of the Special Prosecutor's Office (USP) provided whistleblowers with protection in full accordance with the law, Special Prosecutor Daniel Lipsic said at a press briefing on Monday, in response to the criminal complaint filed by Interior Minister Matus Sutaj Estok (Voice-SD) over the
Slovakia's banking sector is still resilient, with sufficient capital buffers and robust profitability, according to a financial stability report presented by representatives of Slovakia's central bank (NBS) at a press conference on Monday.
Bratislava, November 24 (TASR) - The European Commission (EC) gave a positive evaluation of additional completed measures from the recovery plan and Slovakia is thus closer to the payment of the third request for payment, which it submitted in September of this year in the amount of €815 million, TASR
Czech-Slovak relations have been damaged to a certain extent by the ravages of time, Slovak Premier Robert Fico (Smer-SD) stated on Friday in Prague, adding that he didn't pay his first foreign trip to the Czech Republic just out of courtesy.
While the European Union as well as several member states aim to overhaul their laws on migration, the European Commission has proposed a new skills and talent mobility package in November.
Bratislava, November 23 (TASR) - The Environment Ministry plans to start up the Environment Fund and allocate around €300 million for the green transformation of businesses by next year, Environment Minister Tomas Taraba (an SNS nominee) stated at the Autumn ITAPA conference on Thursday, adding that the ministry is currently