EANA Conference Taking Place in Slovakia for First Time Ever

Bratislava, September 21 (TASR) - Directors of prominent European news agencies are set to meet in Bratislava for a three-day conference (September 21-23) in...

Poll: Smer Would Have Won Election in September Ahead of SaS & SNS

Bratislava, September 21 (TASR) - Had a general election been held between September 8-14, the governing-coalition Smer-SD party would have won on 27.7 percent...

Slovakia Committed to Providing 550 State Scholarships for Refugees

New York, September 21 (TASR-correspondent) - The summit on migrants organised by US President Barack Obama in New York on Tuesday was a successful...

Korcok: Agreement between EU and Canada Shouldn’t Be Halted

Brussels/Bratislava, September 20 (TASR-correspondent) - The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada is balanced and accompanied by transparent negotiations...

Lipsic: I Very Much Regret What Happened; I Hadn’t Drunk Alcohol

Bratislava, September 20 (TASR) - OLaNO-NOVA MP Daniel Lipsic, who while driving his car in Bratislava on Monday ran over a man who subsequently...

Driver Lipsic Runs Over Pensioner Who Later Dies in Hospital

MP Daniel Lipsic (OLaNO-NOVA) while driving his car ran over a 72-year-old pensioner on Vajnorska Street in Bratislava on Monday evening, with the pensioner subsequently dying from his injuries, Novy Cas daily has reported on its internet version.

Korcok: EU Enlargement Still Priority of Slovak Presidency

Brussels, September 19 (TASR) - Although the issue of EU enlargement wasn't on the agenda of the informal summit in Bratislava on Friday (September...

Danko: Formation of First Slovak National Council Milestone in Our History

Myjava, September 19 (TASR) - The creation of the first Slovak National Council (SNR) is a major milestone in the history of the Slovaks,...

Koerner: Frontex to Operate Soon in Balkans

Bratislava, September 19 (TASR) – Frontex must be more effective and faster to be able to deal with difficult tasks at the EU's outer...

Kalinak: 4,120 Police Officers Provided EU Summit Security

No major security problems or transport collapse occurred during Friday's (September 16) informal EU summit in Bratislava, Interior Minister Robert Kalinak (Smer-SD) and Police Corps President Tibor Gaspar told a news conference in Bratislava on Monday.